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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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Chef plating meal
August 22, 2022 issue
A 2-part webinar series designed for businesses looking for new market channels.
image of canola field and bins
August 15, 2022 issue
Continuing cost increases for canola seed contribute to record high 2022 operating expenses for Alberta oilseed producers.
image of a farm combine tractor
August 8, 2022 issue
Marketing strategies to consider now that prices are off their highs.
image with cattle in field
August 8, 2022 issue
Species that can be slaughtered under the VAMI program are limited to domestic livestock.
Chef cooking
August 2, 2022 issue
The pandemic has forever changed the foodservice industry.
Photo of hogs eating
July 18, 2022 issue
While Canada is a strong exporter of pork, total global exports are forecast to decrease in 2022 from 2021 levels.
World map globe with lights
July 18, 2022 issue
Connecting international buyers with Alberta product and service suppliers.
image of sheep herd and a llama
July 4, 2022 issue
Farm cash receipts for lamb operations are up, and prices continue to strengthen.
image of grazing sheep
July 4, 2022 issue
Domestic sheep and goats can pose a significant threat to the health of bighorn sheep and mountain goat populations.
image of man with cellphone in canola field
July 4, 2022 issue
Learn about the ins and outs of using put options in your marketing plan.
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.

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