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Worldwide food demand increasing
With the world's population continuing to rise, farmers have no choice but to produce more and more product to meet the demand. In an article published in Commodity Online, author Sreekumar Raghavan discussesa recent report by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) that says...
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Grain storage in Estevan expanded by 12,000 tonnes
Canada's largest privately owned agribusiness, Richardson International Ltd., announced it will expand its grain handling facility in Estevan, Sask. The company is building an additional 12,000 metric tonne storage facility with a full workhouse and a brand new office...
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Canada's Top 10 weather stories from 2011
From Manitoba floods to "snowmageddon," Environment Canada has released their list of the top 10 weather stories that affected Canadians in 2011. According to Environment Canada, the Top Canadian Weather Stories for 2011 are...
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Support Canadian farmers this holiday, says BMO
As family and friends gather to celebrate the holidays and ring in the New Year, Canadians are looking to put more locally grown food on the table. According to a BMO survey, the majority of Canadians (94 percent) believe it's important to support local farmers and buy local on a regular basis...
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New canola grading technology almost complete
The Canadian Grain Commission's evaluation of an objective test for measuring chlorophyll content in canola is close to completion. Research scientists and inspection experts at the Canadian Grain Commission have been evaluating near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) instruments...
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