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Canadian soybean, corn and canola production increased in 2015

Production of most major field crops in Canada increased in 2015, while wheat and dry peas production declined, reports Statistics Canada in its November report on production of principal field crops. >> Read full article

Canadian honey production up

Canadian beekeepers produced 95.3 million pounds of honey in 2015, up 11.4 per cent from 2014, according to a Statistics Canada report. >> Read full article

Manitoba program to match retiring soldiers with careers in agriculture

A new program from a Winnipeg-based organization will match retired military soldiers with jobs in Canada’s agriculture sector. >> Read full article

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Separating the wheat from the chaff

Aeration. Chilled aeration. Natural air drying. Near-ambient air drying. Low temperature air drying. High temperature air drying. Dryeration. When did using forced air through a grain bin become so complicated? According to Dr. Digvir Jayas from the University of Manitoba, considerable research related to cooling and/or drying of grains by forcing air through bulk grains has been reported and continues to be reported in published literature. “Although the process is simple and works well when properly designed and implemented, this simplicity also leads to a lot of misunderstandings about the process.” >> Learn More…

 Event Calendar 

CropSphere 2016

January 12-13, 2016
Location: TCU Place Arts & Convention Centre, Saskatoon. >> More Info

Manitoba Ag Days

January 19-21, 2016
Location: Brandon Keystone Center, Brandon, Man. >> More Info

Agronomy Update 2016 (Alberta Agriculture & Forestry)

January 19-20, 2016
Location: Sheraton Red Deer Hotel, Red Deer, Alta. >> More Info

Alberta Federation of Agriculture AGM

January 20, 2016
Location: Radisson, Red Deer, Alta. >> More Info