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Thursday, 10 August 2017 09:35

Be on the lookout for scentless chamomile

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Scentless chamomile is a noxious weed in Saskatchewan that can be identified by its finely divided leaves and distinctive flower.

Cattle producers in Saskatchewan deal with cold conditions far more often than conditions that are too hot.

Using the mail to preserve genetic diversity may sound odd to most people, but then again, most people don't work at Canadian Animal Genetic Resources in Saskatoon.

A strong financial performance enables Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) to enhance products and services for customers, give back to communities and provide free learning opportunities for the entire industry, said FCC president and CEO Michael Hoffort, in releasing the federal Crown corporation’s annual report.

A University of Lethbridge project aimed at reducing methane gas emissions in cattle using a type of charcoal as a food additive has received federal funding.

(CNW) The agriculture and agri-food sector is a key growth industry in Canada, contributing over $100 billion annually to the economy and employing 2.3 million Canadians.

The Alberta Young Speakers for Agriculture has announced the winners for its second annual public speaking competition for Albertan youth to share their passion about the agricultural industry.

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