Agri-News

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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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Two white lambs sitting in a green field
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Slaughter lamb prices are slowly gaining strength, while price volatility remains at auction markets.
Young piglets in agricultural livestock farm
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Declining consumer purchase power is putting pressure on demand.
White bowl filled with dried brown pet food with pet food scattered on a wooden floor
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As pet ownership increases, there is greater demand for higher quality and more natural pet food and treats.
Woman in wheat field with tablet
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Producers should review their cash flow and consider yield and quality prospects before making decisions.
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If the latest acreage estimate is accurate, the result could be price supportive to oats for the next crop year.
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Shallow buried pasture water pipelines may be an excellent option for watering livestock on pasture.
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Though prices have fallen, canola demand remains vigorous.
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Economic development, population growth and household income lead to strong market demand.
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Expansion is dependent on increased profits for the cow-calf sector.
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Alberta approved farmers’ markets are identifiable to the public by the Sunnygirl logo.
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How to identify, treat and prevent this potentially toxic bacteria that can grow in dugouts when temperatures rise.
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The Canadian canola market is not isolated and is subject to price action of competing products across the world.