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Saskatchewan commits $7.5 million to livestock and forage research

Projects are funded through the Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund and include studies that benefit bison, beef, swine, dairy and others.

Where will U.S. ag grow (and decline) in 2021?

The USDA’s Economic Research services delivers its forecast on what will bring in the most money, and what costs are set to rise.

Valmetal brings all major brands under one name

The dairy equipment and waste management specialists are aiming to present a more united image following the acquisitions of recent years.
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From the editor: The only certainty

The year 2020 is finally behind us, and we’re still unsure of what 2021 will bring. What we do know is that uncertainty pushes you to adapt. Associate editor Alex Barnard looks at the things we should celebrate – like the industry’s will to adapt to new technologies, policy changes and challenges. Take some time to reflect on what we’ve learned about living with uncertainty, and how we can push forward even with so many unknowns. » Read more...

Gaining clarity on Canada’s GHG offset system

Canadian producers could soon learn which practices could qualify for credits in the Federal Government’s proposed Greenhouse Gas Offset System. The department has confirmed completion of certain protocols to Manure Manager, and although dates and specifics are still unknown, one thing’s for sure: “business as usual” practices aren’t likely to yield credits. » Read more...