To transform our food systems we must reimagine how they are financed

“To transform our food systems to end global hunger and be sustainable in a changing world, we must first reimagine how they are financed,” said the President of the International…
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Researchers Examine Role of CPV2 in Causing Disease in Pigs

Research being conducted on behalf of the Swine Health Information Center is examining the pathogenicity in pigs of canine parvovirus type-2  by Bruce Cochrane – Reuters Researchers with South Dakota…
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To transform our food systems we must reimagine how they are financed

"To transform our food systems to end global hunger and be sustainable in a changing world, we must first reimagine how they are financed," ...

Researchers Examine Role of CPV2 in Causing Disease in Pigs

Research being conducted on behalf of the Swine Health Information Center is examining the pathogenicity in pigs of canine parvovirus type-2  by Bruce Cochrane ...

Olymel launches new pre-packaging activities following a $30 million investment and 80 new jobs

After a year of work and an investment of over $30 million, the poultry slaughterhouse and cutting plant in St-Damase in Montérégie Est has ...

Prairie ranchers take stock of summer drought as decisions about culling cattle loom

Cost and availability of cattle feed weigh on ranchers after hot, dry summer  by Tony Seskus · CBC News Pounded by drought and cattle feed shortages, ...

BCRC Webinar Series for 2021-2022 in now open for registrations

This year’s webinar series will cover a range of topics including backgrounding, record keeping and grazing plans, all focused on practical, science-based information for Canadian ...

The Group Export Agri-Food announces the finalists for the 2021 Alizés Awards

The Group Export Agri-Food Quebec-Canada (Group Export) is announcing today, during SIAL Canada, the name of the six finalists for the third edition of ...

Ontario’s Finest Butcher Competition Sees Record Number of Entries

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Pork Sector Stakeholders Advised to Think Biosecurity Entering Fall and Winter

The Swine Health Information Center is advising the pork sector to be thinking biosecurity as we transition from summer to fall by Bruce Cochrane ...

USask research: Finding feed solutions for drought conditions

With a history dating back more than a century through five generations of Métis farmers, Megan Wasden has a deep appreciation and connection to ...

Restaurants Canada reveals post-pandemic dining trends

Uncovering consumer confidence and preferences in an ever-shifting market as a result of COVID-19 restrictions, Restaurants Canada is shining a light on what restaurateurs ...

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To transform our food systems we must reimagine how they are financed

“To transform our food systems to end global hunger and be sustainable in a changing world, we must first reimagine how they are financed,” said the President of the International…

Researchers Examine Role of CPV2 in Causing Disease in Pigs

Research being conducted on behalf of the Swine Health Information Center is examining the pathogenicity in pigs of canine parvovirus type-2  by Bruce Cochrane – Reuters Researchers with South Dakota…

Olymel launches new pre-packaging activities following a $30 million investment and 80 new jobs

After a year of work and an investment of over $30 million, the poultry slaughterhouse and cutting plant in St-Damase in Montérégie Est has opened its new pre-packaging facilities  …

Prairie ranchers take stock of summer drought as decisions about culling cattle loom

Cost and availability of cattle feed weigh on ranchers after hot, dry summer  by Tony Seskus · CBC News Pounded by drought and cattle feed shortages, the last few months have been…

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Business as usual for Canada’s Trudeau after he again falls short of majority

It was business as usual in Canada on Tuesday after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fell short of winning a majority in a tightly fought federal election, leaving him once again…

China applies to join TPP trade pact to boost economic clout

Japan said it would have to determine if China meets the “extremely high standards” of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) after the world’s second-biggest economy formally…

North American Meat Institute to Secretary Vilsack: Scapegoating Industry Does Not Help Consumer

The North American Meat Institute (Meat Institute) today said the Secretary of Agriculture’s transparent attempts to scapegoat the meat and poultry industry to shift blame for inflationary prices will not…

USDA’s annual report predicts drought will negatively impact Canada’s 2022 livestock projections

A recent report put out by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service post in Ottawa predicts herd decline for 2022 Excerpts from the USDA report: Both the Canadian…

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To transform our food systems we must reimagine how they are financed

"To transform our food systems to end global hunger and be sustainable in a changing world, we must first reimagine how they are financed," said the President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to world leaders attending the UN Food Systems Summit    “The Secretary-General called for this summit two years ago in recognition of how far the world was from achieving zero hunger, and amid rising climate ...

Researchers Examine Role of CPV2 in Causing Disease in Pigs

Research being conducted on behalf of the Swine Health Information Center is examining the pathogenicity in pigs of canine parvovirus type-2  by Bruce Cochrane - Reuters Researchers with South Dakota State University are evaluating the role of canine parvovirus 2 in causing disease in pigs. Dr. Paul Sundberg, the Executive Director of the Swine Health Information Center, says the study was launched after diagnostic testing performed on archived lung samples ...

Olymel launches new pre-packaging activities following a $30 million investment and 80 new jobs

After a year of work and an investment of over $30 million, the poultry slaughterhouse and cutting plant in St-Damase in Montérégie Est has opened its new pre-packaging facilities   This major work—which enabled the plant to add additional cutting, deboning and tray packing lines, as well as install state-of-the-art equipment—was done without impacting normal operations, which is a remarkable feat. The Olymel plant in St-Damase now has the capacity ...

Prairie ranchers take stock of summer drought as decisions about culling cattle loom

Cost and availability of cattle feed weigh on ranchers after hot, dry summer  by Tony Seskus · CBC News Pounded by drought and cattle feed shortages, the last few months have been gruelling for many Prairie ranchers.  Now, as fall approaches and people take stock, tough decisions loom as ranchers assess how much cattle they will keep through winter amid escalating costs. "I know that we're probably looking at liquidating about a third of ...

BCRC Webinar Series for 2021-2022 in now open for registrations

This year’s webinar series will cover a range of topics including backgrounding, record keeping and grazing plans, all focused on practical, science-based information for Canadian beef producers   We recommend registering regardless of whether you can attend during the date/time listed. By registering, you’ll receive the link that allows you to watch the recording at any time, reminders to attend the live event, plus additional resources on the topic. It’s no problem if you ...

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