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Approximately 50 grain cars derail north of Saskatoon

Just before 9:30 a.m Tuesday the Saskatoon Fire Department, along with Saskatchewan RCMP, were called to a train derailment on Highway 11...Read more »

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A streamlined process for grain dryer inspection and approval should make it easier for farmers in Manitoba to get up and running this upcoming...Read more »

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Canadians have a brand new food guide to help them make decisions when it comes to their nutrition plan, and it’s a large departure from the...Read more »

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Alberta pilot project aims to recycle agricultural plastic

A three-year pilot project aimed at reducing plastic waste within Alberta agriculture will soon roll out. Alberta Agriculture and Forestry have...Read more »

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Non-medicated livestock feed and supplement company Jefo has announced its plans to build a new, 200,000 square foot production plant in...Read more »

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