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How does a pronghorn get safely through a barbed-wire fence?

Marketing livestock is hardly straight-forward and only through hindsight do we actually know whether the pricing decision made (or didn’t make) on a particular day was good, bad or ugly.

(CNW) —The National Energy Board (NEB) is seeking public input on what topics should be considered in the review of the Energy East and Eastern Mainline pipeline projects.

Ag-West Bio, Saskatchewan’s bioscience industry association, has approved a $300,000 investment in Smart Earth Seeds, a vertically-integrated plant breeding company developing high-omega meal and oil products derived from its proprietary camelina genetics platform.

Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial (FPT) Ministers of Agriculture met today to discuss the path forward to developing the next agricultural policy framework, which will help Canadian farmers and food processors grow their businesses.

With approval and support from its Board of Governors, Great Plains College will be moving into its 2017-18 academic year with a balanced budget.
 

Swift Current Agricultural and Exhibition Association celebrates Canada’s 150th Anniversary ‘The Cowboy Way’ and is proud to announce that the Frontier Days 2017 Parade Marshall is rodeo pickup man Wade Rempel.

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