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Agriculture Report

The Agriculture Report is heard during the news Monday through Friday on 560 CFOS at 6:30am, 7:30am, 8:30am, and 12:00pm, and on Country 93 and Country 105 at 5:30 am, 6:30am, and 7:30am.

Catch up on the latest Agricultural news below...

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2017-10-27 Wine Shortage on the Way
Organization of Vine & Wine predicts global wine production will fall to lowest level in 50 years.
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2017-10-26 New Pork Congress President
Chris Crump is the incoming president.
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2017-10-25 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-10-24 4 Jobs for Every Agri-Food Grad
Growing concern in Southwestern Ontario that farmers won't be able to fill the jobs.
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2017-10-23 Apple Pickin'
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2017-10-19 Gay Lea Foods is buying "Alberta Cheese Company".
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2017-10-19 Abandoning Tax Reform
Finance Minister Morneau climbs down from controversial tax proposal for farmers & fisheries.
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2017-10-18 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-10-16 Milkweed Tracking
Milkweed-Watch is a new, online platform to track milkweed in Canada.
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2017-10-13 US Wants to Send More Wheat North
Wheat growers claim Canada's grain grading system is a barrier. Asking Trump to pressure Canada.
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2017-10-12 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-10-11 Irma Does Billions in Damage
Hurricane Irma is blamed for over 2.5 billion dollars in damage to Florida's AG industry.
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2017-10-10 Plan Before You Plant
Agri-Food institute has a new online tool to assess whether a new crop is a profitable idea.
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2017-10-06 Coyotes Likely Culprits in Animal Killings
Four Alpacas and a Llama are dead after an attack by wild animals at a rural Calgary area property.
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2017-10-05 A Million Servings of Pork Donated
Ontario Pork and food banks have together donated one million servings of Ontario pork to families.
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2017-10-04 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-10-03 Summer of Salmonella
Salmonella has poisoned customers of raw, frozen, breaded chicken in four provinces this summer.
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2017-10-02 Rabies Numbers Jump
Raccoons and Skunks were most commonly infected in Ontario this year.
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2017-09-29 Farm Values and Debt Connected
One economist says that may be because farming has become more profitable.
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2017-09-28 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-09-27 IPM A Success
Even Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took a shot at plowing a strip of land.
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2017-09-25 PM Plows at the IPM
Justin Trudeau has plowed a little bit of Huron County farmland.
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2017-09-22 CETA Coming Into Effect
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2017-09-21 Charlie Kelly Awards Open
It honours the memory of an Owen Sound alderman who championed the idea of winter tourism for the city.
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2017-09-20 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-09-19 Walton Welcomes 100,000 with IPM
Up to 100 thousand people are expected in Walton this week for the International Plowing Match.
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2017-09-18 Big Juicy Apples This Year
Experts say Ontario’s apple crop will be slightly lower this year, but the fruit will be larger.
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2017-09-15 Webinar on Corn Grazing
More corn varieties available, cattle producers are looking at grazing whole plant corn.
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2017-09-14 Girl Hit By SUV on Farm
OPP say she was running next to the SUV which was being driven by a family member.
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2017-09-13 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-09-12 New Wheat Team Formed
The Canadian Wheat Research Coalition is a federal, not-for-profit corporation.
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2017-09-11 Big Sale For Kincardine Marijuana Plant
7ACRES has completed its first sale of dried cannabis to Aurora Cannabis Incorporated.
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2017-09-08 Plowing Match Coming UP
IPM will be held in Huron County in Walton from September 19th until the 23rd.
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2017-09-05 Egg Pesticide Users Banned
Illegal use of a pesticide on laying hens, which sparked a food scare in Europe and beyond.
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2017-09-05 Illegal Use Of Pesticide on Hens
Pesticide use sparked a food scare in Europe and led to the destruction of millions of eggs.
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2017-09-01 Fired Over Saskatchewan Irrigation
Premier Brad Wall has kicked out a founding member of his governing Saskatchewan Party.
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2017-08-31 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-08-30 Grain Elevator Fire
An elevator in Saskatchewan burned, with about 35-thousand bushels of yellow peas inside of it.
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2017-08-29 Wild West In Montreal
A four-day urban rodeo brings a bit of the Wild West and protests to Montreal's Old Port.
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2017-08-28 Grain Trains Make Gains
Big rail wants federal money for grain shipping despite a great year.
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2017-08-25 BC Greens Want Foreign Buyers Out
Want ban against foreigners buying farmland in a bid to cool the province's real estate market.
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2017-08-24 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-08-23 Dedicated to Rural Life
11 Ontario families have been chosen to receive the 2017 BMO Ontario Farm Family Award.
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2017-08-22 1st Round NAFTA Talks Wrap Up
Canada, the U.S. and Mexico say there's considerable work ahead.
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2017-08-21 Dairy Industry Split on Supply Management
The American dairy industry is split on the question of Canada's supply-management system.
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2017-08-18 Halal Turkey Products
Hayters Turkey Farm near Dashwood has increased their production of halal products.
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2017-08-17 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2017-08-16 Pesticide Hurting Bee Population
Thiamethoxam reduces the chances of bumblebee queens starting new colonies.
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2017-08-15 Contaminated Eggs
Countries have reported receiving contaminated eggs or egg products in a growing food scandal.
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2017-08-14 Protecting Canadian Wine
Trade Minister says government will protect Canadian interests during NAFTA negotiations.
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