Country 105

Country 105


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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2016-10-07 New Rural Ontario Gas Parntership
Farmers hoping to have access to natural gas got some good news from Queen's Park.
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2016-10-06 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2016-10-05 Federal Carbon Price Criticized
The president of the CFA says it will hurt international competitiveness.
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2016-10-03 Increasing Beef and Pork Exports to China
Agriculture Minister says improved beef exports alone will mean millions of dollars.
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2016-09-30 French's Canada Helps Local Food Bank
French's Canada has donated $20,000 to The Sharing Place Food Bank in Orillia.
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2016-09-29 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2016-09-28 New Destination for Agri-Food Trade
Ontario's first Agri-Food Trade Mission to India begins in November.
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2016-09-26 Neonic Regulations Debate
A private member's bill dealing with neonic regulations was up for debate at Queen's Park.
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2016-09-22 New Potato May Help Steady Blood Sugar
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2016-09-21 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2016-09-06 Diplomats Fight For Canola Rules
Rules governing shipments of Canadian canola to China will remain in place.
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2016-09-02 Threat to Corn Crops
Bacterial leaf streak has been confirmed in Illinois.
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2016-09-01 International Dispute could affect Canola
Canadian negotiators in China working to resolve dispute that could affect our canola exports.
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2016-08-31 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2016-08-30 Localize Labels on Food
An Edmonton food labeling company that is working with grocers to put new labels on store shelves.
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2016-08-29 Outbreak on Small Quebec Farms
Outbreak of rabbit hemorrhagic disease in small hobby farms in eastern Quebec.
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2016-08-26 Fines For Violation of Pork Traceability
Canadian Food Inspection Agency can assess financial penalties to producers who don't comply.
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2016-08-25 Big Hog Slaughter Numbers
Year-on-year increase of 8.5 per cent for week ending August 13th.
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2016-08-23 Prison Farms Could Reopen in Canada
The federal government has held public consultations about reopening two prison farms in Ontario.
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2016-08-22 Newfoundland Farmers Top Earners
Statistics Canada has released its final total farm income figures for 2014.
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2016-08-19 Celebrating 200 Years of Almanacs
New Hampshire and Maine Almanacs celebrate over 200 years of ageless wit and wisdom.
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2016-08-18 Zombie Bees now in Canada
Expert says Bees with the Zombie fly parasite are concerning, but not surprising.
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2016-08-16 Farmers Against Irradiation of Beef
National Farmers Union opposes proposed changes to allow irradiation of fresh or frozen ground beef.
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2016-08-15 Bacon at the Ball Game
Manitoba Pork is hoping bacon at a baseball game will generate some sizzle.
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2016-08-12 Hail Wreaks Havoc in Prairies
Hail damage claims remain well above the five-year average in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
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2016-08-11 Honey Council Relations Turn Bitter
The Ontario Beekeepers Association wants Alberta chairman of the Canadian Honey Council replaced.
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2016-08-10 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2016-08-09 How to Protect Against Blue Green Algae
A livestock intern with Saskatchewan's agriculture ministry advises what to do to protect your herd.
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2016-08-08 Ginger Crops Could Pop Up Ontario.
Guelph Researchers are looking at the viability of growing the heavily imported ginger locally.
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2016-08-05 Saftey Claims Double in Alberta
Claims from farm workers have more than doubled since Alberta's farm workers' safety legislation.
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2016-08-04 A New Wheat in Canada
Canada Northern Hard Red was part of a project by the Canadian Grains Commission.
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2016-08-02 Artisanal Chicken in Grey Bruce
Farm in Williamsford will now supply Artisanal Chicken.
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2016-07-29 U of G Looks for Truly Biodegradable Plastic
Guelph Ridgetown Campus is growing vegetables through strips of plastic film.
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2016-07-28 Government money for Farm Innovation
Ten Research Projects to make farming better and easier are getting government money.
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2016-07-27 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2016-07-26 Agriculture Ministers Pledge Dairy Protection
Ministers want trade agreements that protect eggs, dairy and poultry from foreign competition.
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2016-07-25 A new way to monitor pregnant cows.
A sensor attached to their tails sends text alerts to help detect when they're in labour.
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2016-07-20 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2016-07-19 Dairy President says Deregulation Doesn't Deliver
Wally Smith is contrasting Canada's supply-managed system with the rest of the global dairy sector.
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2016-07-18 Dairy Processing Direction Set
National agreement with ingredient strategy. expected to be implemented September 1st.
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2016-07-15 Corn About to Reach Crisis Point
The current lack of rain in parts of Ontario is becoming a serious situation for some farmers.
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2016-07-14 Huron County Lot Size
Consideration for smaller lot sizes requested by local communities to help young farmers get started.
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2016-07-11 High School Students Want Better Food
Canada's top high school students are tackling how to improve food security.
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2016-07-08 Lack of Rain Troubles Farmers
A sprinkle of rain here and there is not enough. A lost crop is lost income to area farmers.
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2016-07-07 Grey County Holstein Club Meeting
Supper, followed by several award presentations and an auction.
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2016-07-06 Keady Livestock Market Report
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2016-07-04 New Regulations for Pig Farmers
Castration and tail docking for pigs must be done with analgesics.
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2016-06-30 Mexico ready to lift 13 year beef ban.
Canada's beef industry is applauding the announcement that Mexico will lift a 13-year-long ban on some Canadian cattle imports this October.
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2016-06-29 Keady Livestock Report
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
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2016-06-28 Turkey Opens to Canadian Cattle
Cattle industry estimates gaining access to Turkey will be worth $4.5 million per year.
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