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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Watering cattle in a green field with mountains in the background
February 13, 2023 issue
Producers are encouraged to participate in the farm-level Environmentally Sustainable Agriculture Tracking Survey.
Photo of cows on winter pasture
February 6, 2023 issue
2022 saw a decrease in heifer retention, auction volume and imports compared to 2021, but an increase in beef output.
Photo of 3 little girls in cowboy hats
February 6, 2023 issue
The Agricultural Society Innovation Award celebrates initiatives and innovations that positively affect communities.
Truck in snow spreading manure
January 30, 2023 issue
Preparing for winter manure spreading, even if it is not needed, will save time, money and stress if the need arises.
Colourful vegetables on display at a farmers' market
January 23, 2023 issue
This local food-focused conference takes place March 9 and 10 in Olds.
Grain bins in a snowy winter landscape
January 23, 2023 issue
Several cases of spoiling crops have already occurred this winter.
Photo of people having a discussion around a computer
January 16, 2023 issue
Participate in a 2-part webinar series that focuses on social media and building successful relationships with partners.
Image of cattle standing by a fence
January 16, 2023 issue
Despite challenges in 2022, cattle markets improved, with prices at their highest since 2014-2015.
Image of a grocery cart being pushed
December 12, 2022 issue
This webinar is for Alberta companies who have product in retail and are looking to expand either within Alberta or nationally.
Image of a man standing in the field holding an ipad
December 12, 2022 issue
Basis contains costs of a difference between cash and futures markets for crop location and costs involved in crop handling and storing.
Hay field
December 5, 2022 issue
Alberta hay production in 2022 was much improved over 2021.
Cattle herd
December 5, 2022 issue
Cull cows can represent a significant component of the cow-calf producer’s business.

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