August 19, 2019 edition of Agri-News

Articles on feeding salvage canola to cattle, hay and greenfeed moisture, ethnic food trends, flea beetle and bertha update and more.

Services and information

Producers have two options when putting up hay or greenfeed during such a wet and cool summer.

Many crops - canola in particular - seem to be very late and are continuing to bloom into the middle of August.

Consumer Corner’s look at ethnic food trends in Canada and Alberta is now available.

What to consider when feeding canola silage or greenfeed. Canola plants that are in full bloom to early pod stage are a high quality feed.

The Trade Accelerator Program (TAP) supports small and medium sized enterprises in their export journeys.

Producers scouting for lygus are noticing flea beetles in their canola fields.

The Natural Health Products and Functional Ingredients (NHP/FI) Industry Network meeting takes place October 9, 2019.

What to consider when transporting oversized and slow equipment from field to field on public roads during this busy season.

The Natural Resources Conservation Board (NRCB) explains the documentation required for producers to finance such an operation.