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Ontario Veterinary College's Blog – November 2014 Archive (1)

Early detection of ketosis can provide invaluable data

Early detection of ketosis can provide dairy farmers with invaluable data to improve their cattle’s health and productivity. 

In a health monitoring program, a cow’s ketone levels can be measured in milk, blood or urine samples weekly for two to three weeks post-calving. Advancements in milking systems are incorporating ketone measurement into…

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New In-Crop Cereal Herbicide Is Tough On Weeds And Gentle On Winter Wheat

Farmers in Ontario and Quebec have a new ally to control challenging broadleaf weeds like ragweed, lamb’s-quarters, vetch and wild buckwheat. Nufarm’s TruSlate™ Pro herbicide delivers proven performance, a wide window of application and exceptional crop safety for your wheat, oat and barley crops.

Conservative MPs call for Liberals to lift carbon tax

Increases to the federal carbon tax will harm the ag sector, Conservative MPs said

GFI ANNOUNCES LAUNCH AT SPROUTS FARMERS MARKET

is pleased to announce its national retail launch into Sprouts Farmers Market in the United States for the Company's Yofiit brand.

Connecting with Indigenous youth in North Bay

One of Bioenterprise Canada’s strategic pillars is building networks and creating opportunity for Indigenous and northern entrepreneurs and innovators in the food and agri-tech sectors, as well as young people.

John Deere’s 2022 Sustainability Report Shows Progress Against Key Goals

released its 2022 Sustainability Report, outlining the company's progress toward delivering more sustainable solutions for customers, employees, dealers, suppliers, shareholders, and supported communities.

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