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"Dairy Farmers of Canada comment on Canada and the TransPacific Partnership OTTAWA, N…"

Joe Dales replied Nov 14, 2011 to Supply management is in the spotlight again. What will this mean for the dairy, chicken, egg & turkey farmers?

31 Feb 23, 2012
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Joe Dales replied Nov 12, 2011 to Celebrating Harvest 2011: Post Videos Here: Val Don Farms, Materski Farms,

1 Nov 12, 2011
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Joe Dales replied Oct 13, 2011 to Harvest for Hunger More Coverage: Videos and Pictures. Well done to the organizers, sponsors and people who donated.

3 Oct 14, 2011
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Joe Dales replied Oct 5, 2011 to World Record Soybean Harvest For Charity: Post Your Pictures, Videos, Thoughts Here.

11 Oct 8, 2011
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Joe Dales replied Oct 5, 2011 to World Record Soybean Harvest For Charity: Post Your Pictures, Videos, Thoughts Here.

11 Oct 8, 2011
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"Fabulous weather and turnout...had to be thousands of spectators.... Great job...con…"

Joe Dales replied Oct 5, 2011 to World Record Soybean Harvest For Charity: Post Your Pictures, Videos, Thoughts Here.

11 Oct 8, 2011
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Joe Dales replied Sep 28, 2011 to World Record Soybean Harvest For Charity: Post Your Pictures, Videos, Thoughts Here.

11 Oct 8, 2011
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"Check out the data slides on the link. I am very concerned about Agriculture's abili…"

Joe Dales replied Sep 22, 2011 to Careers in Agriculture Are NOT Attractive to most consumers. Will this hurt our ability to hire non farm employees?

3 Sep 24, 2011
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"Hi Tom, How is your plan to get started going? What are the major issues you are fac…"

Joe Dales replied Sep 5, 2011 to Getting Started in Farming

2 Sep 5, 2011
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"Thanks Mackenna, Looks like a fun event. Joe"

Joe Dales replied Aug 27, 2011 to FreshFest in Elgin County

1 Aug 27, 2011
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How Canada Plans to Enhance Efforts to Keep African Swine Fever Out

The Canadian Pork Council (CPC) has been selected to receive funding under Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's (AAFC) African Swine Fever Industry Preparedness Program (ASFIPP). The CPC's ASFIPP initiative, "Development of a low-cost pen-side assay for rapid detection of African Swine Fever Virus," is a crucial step in enhancing the swine industry's readiness against the threat of African swine fever (ASF), CPC said in a release on Friday. "The support from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is instrumental in advancing our efforts to combat African Swine Fever,” Canadian Pork Council chair René Roy, said in a release. “Our focus on developing a low-cost pen-side assay aligns with our commitment to proactive and innovative solutions for the swine industry." The goal is to develop an ASFMeter, a portable and low-cost tool, for rapidly diagnosing ASF in the field, CPC explained. This innovative program in collaboration with McMaster University hopes to revolutionize ASF detection by prov

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