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Lethbridge College’s Agricultural Enterprise Management (AEM) program kicks off this September, and those students enrolled in full-time AEM studies in its first year will receive a one-time $1,000 tuition credit.

Thursday, 31 May 2018 10:24

Raising bison is a sweet venture for Spencer

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It's only been a few short years since Cody Spencer started up his bison ranch, but in that time, he has expanded his herd and now has bison in three different locations in southern Alberta.

Thursday, 31 May 2018 10:23

11-22 Seed cleaning plant passes first hurdle

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The first hurdle has been cleared for the 11-22 Seed Cleaning Plant as it works to building a bigger, more efficient facility with better access for the grain haulers.

The distance from farm to table will soon be getting a lot shorter for Calgary Co-op members.

Canadian grain farmers are applauding May 22’s passage of Bill C-49, the Transportation Modernization Act. The House of Commons and Senate voted in favour of the Bill, paving the way for it to receive Royal Assent.

Thursday, 24 May 2018 10:34

Know the height, width of your farm equipment

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Did you know that in the past few weeks, there have been several power line contacts with agricultural equipment in Alberta?

Managing pastures for maximum productivity is a long term goal, but weather fluctuations, fire, insect or wildlife damage, and any other unforeseen circumstances can quickly create a complex balancing act.

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