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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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Famer walking in canola field
January 17, 2022 issue
Following basis can give clues of what is happening in the market and provide pricing opportunity.
Fertilizing equipment
December 20, 2021 issue
All types of fertilizer products are at record-breaking prices in November and December of 2021.
Combine harvesting in field
December 13, 2021 issue
Using the average yields and prices, there is a significant offset of the below average yields by the high crop prices.
Truck spreading manure on field
December 13, 2021 issue
Applying manure at the ‘right’ time helps to improve nutrient use efficiency, while reducing nutrient loss and environmental risks.
Sial canada logo
December 13, 2021 issue
Alberta food and beverage companies interested in exporting may consider this trade mission to Montreal, April 20 to 22, 2022.
Man and woman pulling cut tree in snow
December 6, 2021 issue
Cut your own Christmas tree, firewood and more for free from designated Crown land areas.
Gardening publications
November 29, 2021 issue
Books could be a perfect gift for someone in commercial production.
Dairy cows
November 22, 2021 issue
The Dairy Cost Study offers a cost of milk production analysis for participating Alberta dairy farmers.
Farming publications
November 22, 2021 issue
Books and videos make wonderful gifts and stocking stuffers for the farmer, rancher or 4-H member on your list.
Cattle in field
November 15, 2021 issue
Below average forage conditions have strained feed supplies, leading to early cattle sales and above average beef cow culling.
Row of storage silos
November 15, 2021 issue
Producer deliveries for most crops are lower due to reduced carryover into this crop year and the drought-reduced crop.
Gardening publications
November 15, 2021 issue
Information about Alberta’s native plants, as well as growing and maintaining healthy gardens and landscapes, makes a great gift.

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