U.S. seeks new dispute panel over Canadian dairy imports

The United States on Tuesday said it was seeking a second trade dispute settlement panel over Canada’s dairy import quotas, charging that Canada was still not meeting obligations to open…
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New CPC Chair Outlines Key Issues

The new Chair of the Canadian Pork Council says priorities moving forward include strengthening the economic sustainability of the sector, addressing animal disease and developing programs to help producers deal…
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Meat Industry hall of fame honours NAMI leaders

The Meat Industry Hall of Fame inducted the 2022 class of meat industry leaders and philanthropists which includes key leaders of the North American ...

Meat Industry Veteran Bill Rupp Joins Bion’s Board of Directors

Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC QB: BNET), a developer of advanced livestock waste treatment technology and premium sustainable beef, announced today that Bill Rupp ...

FBN Partners with Boveta Nutrition to Launch Proprietary Feeding System for Beef Cattle to Reduce Feeding Costs in the Beef Industry

FBN Livestock and Boveta Nutrition have partnered to deliver a proprietary feeding system for beef cattle that improves feed efficiency and carcass yield while reducing methane ...

Greece detects African swine fever in a wild boar

Greece has detected African swine fever in a wild boar in the north of the country, the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) said ...

Government and Industry Cooperate in Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness

Saskatchewan's Minister of Agriculture says the cull line being incorporated into the North 49 sow slaughtering plant in Moose Jaw provides the infrastructure to ...

Here’s What RC Show 2023 is Cooking Up

Canada’s Leading hospitality and foodservice expo launches new culinary competitions, elevated pop-up experience, cutting-edge innovation, menu solutions and much more    Serving up everything ...

CoBank Quarterly: Inflation is Beginning to Loosen its Grip 

The U.S. economy will progressively slow through the first half of 2023 and fears of a recession are still high, and still warranted    ...

Canadian Centre for Agricultural Wellbeing welcomes TELUS Health as exclusive provider for mental health services

The Canadian Centre for Agricultural Wellbeing (CCAW), is on a mission to support farmers and their families with a research-to-action approach to mental health ...

Nutrien’s Brazil unit to invest in fertilizer blending facility

The Brazilian arm of Canada's Nutrien (NTR.TO) will shortly announce details regarding a new fertilizer blending unit to be built in the state of ...

Recap of Emerging Swine Disease Events in 2022 Highlights SHIC January Global Swine Disease Monitoring Report

A recap of the emerging swine disease events that occurred during 2022 highlights the Swine Health Information Center's January global swine disease surveillance report ...

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Meat Industry hall of fame honours NAMI leaders

The Meat Industry Hall of Fame inducted the 2022 class of meat industry leaders and philanthropists which includes key leaders of the North American Meat Institute (Meat Institute)   “The…

Meat Industry Veteran Bill Rupp Joins Bion’s Board of Directors

Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC QB: BNET), a developer of advanced livestock waste treatment technology and premium sustainable beef, announced today that Bill Rupp will join Bion’s Board of Directors,…

FBN Partners with Boveta Nutrition to Launch Proprietary Feeding System for Beef Cattle to Reduce Feeding Costs in the Beef Industry

FBN Livestock and Boveta Nutrition have partnered to deliver a proprietary feeding system for beef cattle that improves feed efficiency and carcass yield while reducing methane gas emissions and wet waste Newswire…

Greece detects African swine fever in a wild boar

Greece has detected African swine fever in a wild boar in the north of the country, the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) said  Reuters The disease, harmless to humans…

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U.S. seeks new dispute panel over Canadian dairy imports

The United States on Tuesday said it was seeking a second trade dispute settlement panel over Canada’s dairy import quotas, charging that Canada was still not meeting obligations to open…

New CPC Chair Outlines Key Issues

The new Chair of the Canadian Pork Council says priorities moving forward include strengthening the economic sustainability of the sector, addressing animal disease and developing programs to help producers deal…

From ashes to fly larvae, new ideas aim to revive farm soil

As extreme weather and human activity degrade the world’s arable land, scientists and developers are looking at new and largely unproven methods to save soil for agriculture by Rod Nickel…

U.S. raises ‘grave concerns’ over Mexico’s anti-GMO farm policies

U.S. farm and trade officials raised “grave concerns” over Mexico’s agricultural biotechnology policies in meetings with their Mexican counterparts, as lingering disagreements threaten decades of booming corn trade between the…

Our January 2023 Issue

In our first issue of the year, we take a look at FFC’s Economic Review of 2022, the Global Animal Protein outlook, Food Security in Canada’s North, Feeding America, USDA’s Project Investments, and What is Ahead for Agriculture in 2023, and much more!

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Meat Industry hall of fame honours NAMI leaders

The Meat Industry Hall of Fame inducted the 2022 class of meat industry leaders and philanthropists which includes key leaders of the North American Meat Institute (Meat Institute)   “The Meat Institute and all of its members applaud the induction to the Meat Industry Hall of Fame of its past Chairman and Executive Board Member David McDonald of OSI Group, Board Member John Richardson of SugarCreek Packing Co. and Andy ...

Meat Industry Veteran Bill Rupp Joins Bion’s Board of Directors

Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC QB: BNET), a developer of advanced livestock waste treatment technology and premium sustainable beef, announced today that Bill Rupp will join Bion's Board of Directors, effective February 15, 2023 Newswire In September of 2022, Mr. Rupp was named to Bion's Advisory Group. Bill brings 37 years of experience, including 18 years in senior leadership roles with Cargill and JBS, two of the world's largest meat packers. ...

FBN Partners with Boveta Nutrition to Launch Proprietary Feeding System for Beef Cattle to Reduce Feeding Costs in the Beef Industry

FBN Livestock and Boveta Nutrition have partnered to deliver a proprietary feeding system for beef cattle that improves feed efficiency and carcass yield while reducing methane gas emissions and wet waste Newswire “With our optimized feeding algorithms, producers get more planned beef production from less feed, meaning a reduction in costs and an increase in profit potential,” says Rod Jones, co-founder and chairman of Boveta Nutrition. “In addition, beef cattle that follow ...

Greece detects African swine fever in a wild boar

Greece has detected African swine fever in a wild boar in the north of the country, the World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) said  Reuters The disease, harmless to humans but highly contagious among pigs, was found in a dead wild boar in a forest in the Serres region, which borders Bulgaria and North Macedonia, WOAH said, citing a report from the Greek authorities. WOAH said the case was the ...

Government and Industry Cooperate in Foreign Animal Disease Preparedness

Saskatchewan's Minister of Agriculture says the cull line being incorporated into the North 49 sow slaughtering plant in Moose Jaw provides the infrastructure to deal with market disruptions triggered by a foreign animal disease  by Bruce Cochrane - Farmscape.ca In response to the threat of African Swine Fever, the Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Pork Development Board have committed one million dollars to swine disease mitigation, including adding a ...

Here’s What RC Show 2023 is Cooking Up

Canada’s Leading hospitality and foodservice expo launches new culinary competitions, elevated pop-up experience, cutting-edge innovation, menu solutions and much more    Serving up everything you are craving, as well as a few things you didn’t know you needed. RC Show, Canada’s leading hospitality and foodservice expo is ready to cook up a storm at Toronto’s Enercare Centre from April 10-12. With this year’s theme, Heart & Hustle on full display, ...

CoBank Quarterly: Inflation is Beginning to Loosen its Grip 

The U.S. economy will progressively slow through the first half of 2023 and fears of a recession are still high, and still warranted    Inflation and interest rate increases intended to combat swiftly rising prices are behind the broad economic slowdown. But with the unemployment rate at a 53-year low and inflation trending lower, forecasts are turning at least a little less gloomy. U.S. consumers are still spending but doing ...

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