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Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

Government of Canada invests in measures to boost protections for Temporary Foreign Workers and Address COVID-19 Outbreaks on Farms

Since the very beginning of this pandemic, the Government of Canada has taken a number of important steps to ensure the safe arrival of farm workers, who play a vital role in preserving Canada’s food security.

July 2020 Forage Report

To maximize the forage yield of fall cereals next spring, research from New York state suggests planting fall rye or winter triticale 10-14 days before the optimal winter wheat planting date.

Smooth out decision-making with process and a plan

The Smith family is known in their neighbourhood as resourceful and progressive. Gill is the patriarch of the family farm that includes all three of his adult children: Susan, Andy and Larry. His children share Gill’s drive to grow and diversify the operation, and they make a formidable team.

Katherine Murray Joins A&L Laboratories as Business Development Representative for Quebec

A&L Canada Laboratories Inc., an innovative leader in agricultural services and technologies, is pleased to announce Katherine Murray will represent the company as Business Development Representative for the province of Quebec effective August 3, 2020.

2020 grains, oilseeds and pulse outlook update: Weather and global demand to influence profitability

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a global recession, highlighted by severe supply chain disruptions, including reductions in processing capacity and plant shutdowns. Despite these challenges, trade of Canadian grains, oilseeds and pulses has performed well in the first half of 2020.

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