A look back at the most-read RRC articles from 2020.

#6 – Rocky View School District launches ‘The Farm’ program

        The Farm, which is located just north of Airdrie, Alberta has just about everything to give students a chance to learn about animal care and welfare as well as growing crops.

#5 – Feed yards can handle packing plant COVID-19 slowdowns in the short term: NCFA

              The National Cattle Feeders Association talks about feedlot owners would be able to hold back their cattle in the short term while packing plants increase capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic in the spring of 2020.

#4 – Corteva Agriscience marks one-year by setting sustainability goals

              Corteva Agriscience released 14 goals over four categories to mark one-year as a pure-play agricultural company. The categories include how they will help improve sustainability with farmers, the land, their communities, and their operations.

#3 – Cattle roundup in Peace Country captured in NFB short-film

A new three-minute short film by award-winning director Nettie Wild captures a cattle roundup that occurs every Fall near Dawson Creek, B.C.
The Sunset Prairie corral located in Peace Country sees between 4,000 – 5,000 head of cattle from 20 families in the region every year.

#2 – The History of Agriculture Service Boards and the Association of Alberta Agriculture Fieldmen

A look back at some of the notable moments in the history of Agricultural Service Boards and the Association of Alberta Agriculture Fieldmen.

#1 – Dirt to Dinner: New book aims to educate kids about agriculture

        Dirt to Dinner’s aim is to educate kids about the work it takes to produce the food people enjoy everyday. The book is written by farmer Conny          Kappler of Rolling Hills, Alberta, while design and photography is done by Ralaina Virostek.