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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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Herd of cattle in fiel
October 18, 2021 issue
2021 live U.S. cattle imports continue at a record pace, supporting plant capacity and increased beef production.
Sugar beet growing in ground
October 12, 2021 issue
The Economic Impact of Alberta’s Sugar Beet Industry study shows the industry contributes almost $250 million to Alberta’s economy annually.
Canadian agricultural partnership logo
October 4, 2021 issue
This new program supports the adoption of innovative technology and best management practices in farm technology and security.
Famer walking in canola field
October 4, 2021 issue
With canola prices at historically high levels, there are several marketing alternatives to consider.
Canadian agricultural partnership logo
September 27, 2021 issue
To ensure success and growth of the agriculture industry, this program helps primary producers manage and enhance their water supply.
Diseased tree leaves
September 20, 2021 issue
Province launches the online Alberta Forest Pest Diagnostic System to help landowners identify and manage a range of forest health issues.
4 combines in field
September 13, 2021 issue
With harvest underway in Alberta, a reminder that a step to marketing is knowing the product that you have to offer.
Lambs on paster
September 13, 2021 issue
Lamb prices are trading above 2020 levels and the 5-year average.
Appying manure to field
September 13, 2021 issue
There are several factors to consider when selecting the right fields before applying manure or compost this fall.
Fertilizing equipment
September 7, 2021 issue
Alberta retail prices for nitrogen fertilizer have been steadily increasing so far in 2021.

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