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Canola carryover, beef demand and preventing lead poisoning on pastures.

Exploring irrigation in Alberta, positive response to new slaughter licence and keeping Alberta rat free.

CropChoice$ 2021 now available, free market intelligence, Alberta Wildfire launches a new app, and soybean production.

Fields needed for pea leaf weevil surveys, frozen food sales trends and the pandemic, and elm pruning ban starts April 1.

Lamb and sheep prices trending higher, services offered by the export development team, and the dairy milk alternatives market.

Crop budgeting tool for crop producers, COVID-19 and sales trends and learn about e-commerce and exporting.

Cow prices gaining strength, participate in virtual business-to-business meetings and recognizing farm families.

Articles about the price of nitrogen and the start of fire season.

Canadian cattle imports from the U.S. trended higher in 2020, while Canadian live cattle exports decreased in numbers.

Articles about an upcoming webinar on agribusiness export development opportunities and interrelated oil markets.

Learn best practices for building and maintaining a dependable dugout in an upcoming webinar.

Articles about the cost of seeding canola, livestock markets, selling into the retail food market and more.

Articles about canola prices, caution when winter burning, Farmer Pesticide Certificate Program 2021 update and more.

Articles about 2020 inductees into the Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame and e-commerce and exporting.

Articles about 2020 inductees into the Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame and Incoterms rules.

Articles about Alberta cow markets, cull cow slaughter and export updates and growing demand for snack food.

Articles about fertilizer consumption trends, AgriProfit$ benchmarks and working with a co-packer.

Hog markets strengthened from July to October but started to decline during November.

Articles about crop movement, pork exports, building your company brand and stocking stuffers for commercial producers.

Articles about gifts for livestock producers and learning about selling local food in Alberta.

Articles about figuring out fertilizer ratios and gifts for the gardening enthusiast.

Articles about Dairy Cost Study enrolment, wheat price spreads and the Alberta Ag-Info Centre.

The effects of gases in groundwater and some solutions.