Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference
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The Calgary Stampede Ag Education Committee's Josh Traptow talks about the 2018 Aggie Days.
As the breeding season approaches, some producers will consider using artificial insemination (AI) and estrous synchronization in their breeding herd; others will not because of the extra time, labour and management required in an AI program, the perceived costs of implementing AI, or they are unaware of the potential advantages of AI.
A weekend of networking for young leaders in the Canadian agriculture industry was hosted Feb.23-26 in Saskatoon, SK. The weekend provided learning from passionate professionals, networking with like-minded individuals, and was a great opportunity to experience the diversity of Canadian agriculture.
Resistance is something we currently hear a lot about in agriculture, including the issue of parasite resistance in beef cattle. As spring approaches, producers may have questions about their parasite management decisions.
A new wave of cutting-edge nutritional innovation is emerging to power the animal agriculture and feed industries in Canada and beyond, helping them to meet today’s challenges while supporting a strong future. Participants across the animal nutrition industry – including researchers, nutritionists, feed industry specialists and other industry partners – can learn about the latest […]