Over the next three months, a delegation representing the Canadian wheat value chain will be travelling to 17 cities on five continents to promote Canadian wheat on the world stage, provide support to export customers, and receive beneficial feedback.
The federal election is over, and Canada has a new Government. It will look a lot like the last government, but there are some significant differences for agriculture. Whether you were cheering for the red team, the blue, orange or even the green, it is now incumbent upon all parts of agriculture to come together and work with the government given to us by the people.
Cereals Canada and Canadian International Grains Institute (Cigi) would like to remind producers about the tight tolerances for sprouted kernels and to avoid blending sprouted wheat with sound wheat.
We love technology. Apple brings out a new cell phone and there are line-ups around the block. We are talking to our own houses these days as our homes become “smart”. And our houses are talking back (I think the Irish Rovers had a song about that). Yet, when it comes to technology and agriculture, the same people that stand in line for the latest phone seem to want to go back to the technology of 1950.
This month will mark an exciting phase of the CPSR Market Development in Colombia project when a pilot program focusing on in-market technical baking training kicks off in Bogotá, Colombia. The training sessions will consist of a series of one- and two-day workshops with six of Colombia’s biggest customers for Canadian wheat and will be delivered by a team from Cigi, led by technical specialist Yulia Borsuk.
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