Wheat Industry Applauds Bipartisanship Around The Grain Standards Reauthorization Act

Today, the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture held a business meeting to markup the United States Grain Standards Reauthorization Act (GSA) of 2020. The...

2020 Royal Agricultural Winter Fair Cancelled

Due to our ongoing concern regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the excitement of The Royal will have to wait for another year. The Royal's Board...

Bayer Announces Agreements To Resolve Major Legacy Monsanto Litigation

Bayer announced today a series of agreements that will substantially resolve major outstanding Monsanto litigation, including U.S. Roundup™ product liability litigation, dicamba drift litigation...

Working women, the backbone of family farms

The role of women in farming continues to evolve. The added stress of working off the farm while balancing traditional responsibilities can be difficult...

Corn Growers May Need to Scout for European Corn Borer

Entomologists with ISU Extension and Outreach offer resources to help farmers scout for ECB Corn growers may need to be on the lookout for a...

Alta Seeds Offers The First Herbicide-Tolerant Sorghum To Growers

With growing demand for sorghum, growers now have the advanced technology to achieve their crop production goals with igrowth from Alta Seeds. As the...

Merit Functional Foods Building Cutting-Edge Pea And Canola Protein Production Facility In Manitoba

Construction of Merit Functional Foods' 94,000-square foot production facility is well underway; Merit's facility will produce the world's highest purity and highest quality pea...

Canada’s Grain Act Amendments Implemented For 2020-21 Crop Year

The Canadian Grain Commission is implementing amendments to the Canada Grain Act and Canada Grain Regulations as the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) comes into...

USDA Releases “Wheat Outlook” Report

Source: USDA news release To view the complete report, click here. The June 2020 Wheat Outlook analyzes supply and demand changes for 2019/20 and 2020/21 linked...

Five Groups Propose To Merge, Become Seeds Canada

Five national seed industry associations took the next step towards becoming one new national association. The five organizations, the Canadian Plant Technology Agency (CPTA);...
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