Topics include nutrition, herd health and dealing with local herd health issues, backgrounding economics and the Western Livestock Price Insurance Program (WLPIP). For more info call 204-425-5050 (MAFRD’s Vita GO office) or 204-434-6519 (Grunthal Auction Mart).
“The Canola Council of Canada’s convention is the one annual event where the entire canola industry comes together for three important days. Be inspired by our world-class speakers and make face-to-face connections with all links of the value chain in a business-focused environment.” For more info visit the event website.
“This year’s theme is ‘Let’s Talk About It! 20 Years of Farm Safety Excellence + Beyond.’ This year’s conference aims to encourage farm owners, farm workers, and their families to communicate about farm safety — to each other, to corporations and to government… The conference will provide opportunities for professionals, researchers, producers, suppliers and manufacturers […]
“This event provides an excellent forum to discuss leading-edge grazing and forage techniques and theories for producers, industry leaders and key stakeholders across Western Canada. This event features speakers from across Canada and the U.S.” Theme: “Going beyond sustainability.” For more info visit the conference web page.
“In an increasingly complex and global marketplace, farm managers must be able to access the information, resources and tools to continue to develop their farm business management skills to compete and succeed. (…) The conference will be a three-day learning event via plenary, concurrent sessions, discussion panels, debate, and a farm/industry tour.” For more info […]
For more information visit the AGM website.
Theme: “Wheat, Chaff and Steel: Grain Transportation in the 21st Century.” Early bird registration deadline Oct. 31. For more info visit the conference website.
SIx miles north of junction of Hwys. 1 and 5, to Rd. 67N, then 2.5 miles west. Free admission for spectators. Horse sulky and walking classes; tractor vintage and world style classes. Novice classes from 9 a.m., seniors from noon. For more info email [email protected] or call Barb at 204-534-6451.
“Movie followed by a panel discussion, including the filmmaker.” Tickets $10 online, $12 at door. For more info or to buy tickets visit the Canadian Organic Growers website.
“On the heels of the highly successful inaugural Cereals North America conference in 2013, the 2014 meeting will highlight global energy markets and their new relationship with agriculture as biofuel industries have matured. The conference will also focus on the coming technology advances promised in seed and agronomy. And, back by popular demand, a continuing […]