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Apr 19

CropChoice$ 2017 available

Posted on Apr 19 By: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry

The latest edition of CropChoice$ is ready for your use in your crop planning. With the latest data, planning is even more customized to the producer’s current operation. CropChoice$ helps producers choose the best crops for their operation and their bottom line. This updated edition features ‘worst-best-most likely’ values for prices as well as yields,

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Dec 21

Minimizing the carbon levy

Posted on Dec 21 By: Team Alberta

  Alberta Crop Commissions Working to Minimize Carbon Levy Impact FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Leduc, Alberta) December 21, 2016 – Alberta’s four major crop commissions, operating as Team Alberta, continue to work together to minimize the impact of the carbon levy on farmers. In recent consultations with the provincial Climate Technology Task Force, Team Alberta advocated

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Nov 28

Notice about proposed check-off increase

Posted on Nov 28 By: Alberta Barley

Alberta Barley is proposing to increase its service charge to $1.20/MT at its Annual General Meeting, Dec. 8, in Banff, AB. The proposed change would take effect Aug. 1, 2017. Currently, the Alberta Barley provincial check-off is $1/MT. In addition, there is a $0.04/MT check-off collected through the Western Wheat and Barley Check-off (WWBCO), a

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Nov 7

Intake for AgriProfit$ 2017 now open

Posted on Nov 7 By: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry

AgriProfit$ – your customized business analysis Participation on the AgriProfit$ program will give you a customized business analysis of your farm, and your key enterprises, that you can use to help identify and manage costs towards increased profitability. Your farm information is confidential. Registration for the program opens November 1 and closes on January 15th

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Sep 1

2015 AgriProfit$ Benchmark Analysis online now!

Posted on Sep 1 By: Trevor Bacque

Annually, the Economics Section of the Alberta government works directly with producers to stay informed of crop production costs and returns. The AgriProfit$ Business Analysis and Research Program collects information that is used to generate key cropping benchmarks for the major soil zones of Alberta. Alberta’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIP)

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Jun 29

A note on the potential Canada Post mail strike in July 2016

Posted on Jun 29 By: admin

In the event of a Canada Post strike in July 2016, Alberta Barley will only be accepting communications (i.e. check-off refunds) via email at reception@albertawheatbarley.com, or fax 403-291-0190. Please feel free to call our office at 403-291-9111 or 1-800-265-9111 if you have further questions.

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May 27

Scientific suds come to Lethbridge

Posted on May 27 By: Ellen Cottee

With the Alberta craft beer business booming, it was only a matter of time before breweries began popping up in the most unlikely of places. Lethbridge, AB, has not been home to a brewery since the closing of a Molson-owned location in 1990. Twenty-six years later, two Lethbridge beer geeks decided to turn a theoretical

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May 5

FAO warns landowners about selling surface leases

Posted on May 5 By: Alberta Agriculture and Forestry

The Farmers’ Advocate Office (FAO) has received reports that enterprises that are offering to buy surface leases from landowners. As an increasing number of operators face insolvency or other financial restraints, selling surface leases is apparently being promoted as a means of eliminating a perceived risk of landowners not receiving their annual compensation. Concrete details

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