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New partnership provides farmers with tools to fight climate change

Farmers in Alberta can take charge against climate change by adopting on-farm best management practices that are scientifically proven to limit the impacts of agriculture on natural resources like air, water and soil.

AgGrowth coalition poised for next steps in BRM review

In response to the Federal Provincial and Territorial Agricultural Ministers' commitment to a comprehensive review of Business Risk Management programs over the coming year, several agricultural organizations have formalized their structure and plans as the AgGrowth Coalition.

Tips for young farmers: Getting started on farm transition planning

One of the toughest challenges for young farmers is the uncertainty around what the plan is for the family farm in the future and how they fit into that plan.
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How to fertilize forages for increased yields and net returns

Though often abused and neglected, mixed forage stands can respond to fertilization. Still, some growers are hesitant to apply fertilizer to meet fertility needs, perhaps because forage yields tend to decline over time or because lack of spring rainfall can limit yield responses. » Read More
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The past, present and future of Canadian agriculture

Top Crop Manager has partnered with our sister publications – Canadian Poultry, Fruit & Vegetable, Manure Manager and Potatoes in Canada – to bring you Ag 150: The Past, Present and Future of Agriculture ( From Sept. 18 to 22, we’ll be delivering a daily e-newsletter straight to your inbox, looking back at some of the milestones that have shaped agriculture in Canada, and giving readers a glimpse of how new technology could shape the future. » Read More

Precision Agriculture Conference

October 25, 2017
Location: Saskatoon
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