AgSafe Alberta is celebrating Canadian Agricultural Safety Week (CASW) 2017 by encouraging farm owners and managers to initiate the conversation, talk about safety with everyone on the farm and start planning for safety as a part of the everyday activities on the farm.
Alberta wheat farmers who paid the Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) check-off and did not request a refund are eligible to receive a 20 percent tax credit under the Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) program for their investment in AWC-funded wheat research.
This week the Alberta Wheat Commission and Alberta Barley are launching the AdvancingAg Future Leaders Program, a new program to inspire future farm leaders through a leadership and mentorship experience.
Following a vote at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) earlier today, the Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) announced that the province’s wheat farmers will pay nine cents per tonne less on a single wheat check-off of $1.09 in August 2017, subject to provincial government approval processes intended to be in place by this time. The new,…
Following its Annual General Meeting (AGM), which took place at FarmTech in Edmonton earlier today, the Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) board of directors re-elected Kevin Auch from Carmangay as chair and Kevin Bender from Sylvan Lake as vice-chair.