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The province launches the online Alberta Forest Pest Diagnostic System to help landowners identify and manage a range of forest health issues.

Factors to consider when selecting fields for manure or compost application, lamb prices trading above 2020 levels and the Harvest Sample Program.

Alberta retail prices for nitrogen fertilizer have been steadily increasing so far in 2021.

COVID-19 is not a food crisis but the pandemic has significant consequences for the food supply chain.

Calculating breakeven prices for cattle, dealing with crop contracts and monitoring manure storages during dry conditions.

Articles on the costs and returns of producing milk in Alberta and how COVID-19 has affected food service trends in 2021.

Dry conditions forcing producers to market cattle ahead of schedule, and sources to consider for finding winter feed.

Finding one of Alberta’s 150 approved farmers’ markets is now easier through mobile app and website.

Articles on the condition of the spring wheat crop, cattle imports and exports and the Century Farm and Ranch Award.

New Canadian Agricultural Partnership program launched.

Stories on fertilizer prices and two more Canadian Agricultural Partnership programs accepting applications.

Stories on new Canadian Agricultural Partnership programs, and factors to consider when developing a marketing plan and analyzing a market.

How to identify, treat and prevent blue-green algae that can grow in dugouts when temperatures rise.

Articles on Alberta farmers’ markets and cannabis sales trends.

Articles on crop demand and crop movement, the importance of managing manure, and consumers and sustainable packaging.

COVID-19 and sales trends and Alberta lamb market update.

Recent cases of rabbit hemorrhagic disease found in one Alberta household have raised concerns among rabbit owners.

A few simple steps can keep a campfire from becoming a wildfire.

FireSmart around your property and learn about the use of fireworks and exploding targets in the Forest Protection Area.

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