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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Wilted diseased leaves on American elm tree
March 27, 2023 issue
To prevent the spread of Dutch elm disease, burn, bury or chip properly pruned elm wood and elm firewood by March 31.
Several pink pigs
March 20, 2023 issue
A snapshot of Alberta hog inventory numbers, prices, hog to feed ratios, slaughter volume, exports and the U.S. market.
green grain trucks at harvest in a field
March 13, 2023 issue
Australian exports contribute to recent weakness in Canadian wheat and canola markets.
Seeding farm machines in a field
March 6, 2023 issue
These crop budgets can help with any last minute crop plans that may influence seeding decisions.
Bison with text: Alberta Open Farm Days - Presented by Servus Credit Union
March 6, 2023 issue
Be a host farm or ranch for the 11th annual Open Farm Days, August 19 and 20.
Snow melting in a field
March 6, 2023 issue
Conducting a field or site environmental risk assessment in spring can help reduce risks and save headaches, time and money.
Simone Demers-Collins and a man holding an Agriculture Hall of Fame award shaped like Alberta
February 27, 2023 issue
Simone Demers-Collins honoured for her leadership in agriculture as an advocate, educator and food champion.
Flock of white sheep with black faces in a green field
February 27, 2023 issue
Alberta bucks the trend in live lamb prices.
Two men, including Bruce Beattie, wearing suits holding an Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame award shaped like Alberta
February 21, 2023 issue
Bruce Beattie honoured for his outstanding contribution as a driving force shaping the dairy sector and Alberta Milk.
An array for colourful vegetables
February 21, 2023 issue
Health and wellness is an important factor influencing food purchasing behaviour.
Four silver canola bins in a yellow canola filed under a blue sky with white clouds
February 13, 2023 issue
Seasonal price patterns are one factor to consider when developing a marketing plan and analyzing a market.
Four people including the Jack Lewis family - left to right: man in a blue blazer and jeans, woman holding award shaped like Alberta, man in a blue suit, man in a beige shirt and patterned tie
February 13, 2023 issue
Jack Lewis honoured for pioneering new farming techniques for seed potato production and founding the potato growers’ co-operative.

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