Agri-News

This week in Alberta agriculture.

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Published each Monday, Agri-News covers the latest on all things agriculture in Alberta. Find news on livestock, crops and markets, research, food and beverage production, and programs and events. Information published in this newsletter is intended for redistribution – feel free to share! If you reproduce articles, please mention the source.

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Photo of fireworks at night
June 27, 2022 issue
Written permission from a forest officer is required to use fireworks or exploding targets in Alberta’s Forest Protection Area.
Photo of 2 cows
June 27, 2022 issue
The Alberta fed cattle market is maintaining strong pricing into June.
Elm trees
June 20, 2022 issue
June 22 to 28 is Dutch Elm Disease Public Awareness Week.
Lightning strike
June 20, 2022 issue
The Alberta Climate Information Service provides the forecast, weather alerts, radar and more importantly, the past weather.
Dugout
June 20, 2022 issue
How to identify, treat and prevent this toxic bacteria that can grow in dugouts when temperatures rise.
GroundUp Trade Fair Booth
June 13, 2022 issue
SIAL Innovation is an international competition that rewards the best food and non-food innovations.
Economics graph
June 13, 2022 issue
The effect on Canadian commodities of a stronger Canadian dollar is generally price negative, but not consistently across all commodities.
Photo of Fusarium Headlbight
June 6, 2022 issue
Use this mobile-friendly tool to evaluate the real-time environmental risk of Fusarium Head Blight.
Photo of cattle feedlot
May 30, 2022 issue
Large numbers of cattle continue to be sent to feedlots.
image of weather station
May 24, 2022 issue
The Alberta Climate Information Service provides high-quality reliable climate data to help you make informed weather-based decisions.
image of cookie mix bags by Confetti Sweets
May 24, 2022 issue
Confetti Sweets featured in Japan Food Trade Journal and exports cookie mixes to Japan.
image of grain bins
May 16, 2022 issue
Even if 2021 canola production is adjusted somewhat higher, canola carryover will be extremely small.

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