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Bible Hill agri-food company continues to sprout
Aug 23, 2012

[Bible Hill, NS] - A local (Bible Hill, Nova Scotia) agri-food company is using its own process to grow produce 365 days a year and that could lead to a more healthy society, says Gregg Curwin,...

[Bible Hill, NS] - A local (Bible Hill, Nova Scotia) agri-food company is using its own process to grow produce 365 days a year and that could lead to a more healthy society, says Gregg Curwin, president of TruLeaf Sustainable Agriculture Ltd.

NL crop farmers had a great summer, dairy farmers not so much
Aug 23, 2012

Depending on which farmer you ask, it was a great year or it was a terrible year.

Depending on which farmer you ask, it was a great year or it was a terrible year.

NB blueberry growers want fair prices
Aug 23, 2012

Acadian Peninsula blueberry growers were supposed to meet with New Brunswick Agriculture Minister Mike Olscamp Aug. 21 in Tracadie-Sheila to discuss processing regulations.

Acadian Peninsula blueberry growers were supposed to meet with New Brunswick Agriculture Minister Mike Olscamp Aug. 21 in Tracadie-Sheila to discuss processing regulations.

Federal loan will help dairy increase revenues and production capacity
Aug 23, 2012

Cook’s Dairy Farm Ltd. in Yarmouth, Nova Scotiacurrently processes approximately three million litres of raw milk per year into a variety of fluid milk, sour cream, and other drink products. In...

Cook’s Dairy Farm Ltd. in Yarmouth, Nova Scotiacurrently processes approximately three million litres of raw milk per year into a variety of fluid milk, sour cream, and other drink products. In October the family business will begin to process certified organic milk.

Cormack farmer likely unable to afford coming to Corner Brook
Aug 23, 2012

[Corner Brook, NL]—A Cormack (Newfoundland Labrador) farmer is looking for alternative ways to sell his produce now that the market in Corner Brook has gotten too expensive.

[Corner Brook, NL]—A Cormack (Newfoundland Labrador) farmer is looking for alternative ways to sell his produce now that the market in Corner Brook has gotten too expensive.