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Building Topsoil and Community Through Regenerative Farming
When Jillian and Brett Byers consider the daily routines on their farm in Blue Ridge, Alberta, they’re looking toward the future while focusing on the day-to-day needs of their family, animals, and the local community. Parents to four children — Ellery, Cohen, Branson, and Russell — they’re thinking about what the...More Info
How to protect your flock from avian influenza (AI)
Reports of avian influenza (or bird flu) are currently resurfacing around the world. Cases of H5N1 HPAI have been confirmed in many countries and various regions of Asia, Europe and North America, affecting both the commercial and wild bird populations. Thus far, more than 31 million birds have been culled this year in an effort to try to prevent the further spread of the current avian influenz...
3 things to do when your silage starts to heat up
As temperatures rise, wild yeast will begin to awaken in silages, and it can create many problems for milk production, such as digestive problems for the cow. When active, it begins to feed on the energy in the corn silage, reducing what is available to the herd....
Alltech Canada announces 2022 Planet of Plenty™ Award recipients
Blue Ridge Farms of Alberta and Ferme Robec of Quebec recognized for their outstanding sustainability practices ...