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Canadian Grains, Pulse, Oil Seed and Hay Exporters
Canadian Grains, Pulse, Oil Seed and Hay Exporters

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Farm Ranch Fire Prevention - Barr-Ag Hay & Grain Exporters Blog http://bit.ly/2xyw4Ug
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The Cost of Tough Immigration Rules http://on.wsj.com/2m19dMc
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Barr-Ag is well known as being the largest exporter of Canadian hay to the overseas markets. We are now offering our hay to the domestic market as well.

Barr-Ag is located just off the Olds AB Overpass (HWY 27) at HWY 2. We grow and sell Timothy and Alfalfa Hay in 3X4 and round bales. We have many different qualities and quantities for our products. Delivery is available. You can check out our website at www.barr-ag.com
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Software, Algorithms and Data on the Farm http://bit.ly/2m0YQbo
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Farmers learn to reduce nitrous oxide emissions http://bit.ly/2m16IcZ
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Forage producers have big role in reducing emissions http://bit.ly/2lbcB5e
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Farmers not making the most from forage, survey shows - Farmers Weekly http://bit.ly/2kCoWkm
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Forage Trends North America 2016 - Canadian alfalfa hay has continued its upward movement for the first quarter of 2016 as we continue to monitor forage trends across North America. Improved demand on a world-wide basis results from a larger demand and smaller supply globally of natural forage. This is an excellent indication of an ongoing upward movement for the year. A lot of this can be attributed to the global market which has a strong bias against GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) crops and Canadian alfalfa hay is completely natural. http://bit.ly/25x3HPr
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Grain Trends North America – 2016 Canadian grain exports of wheat, excluding durum, have reached nearly 10 million tons between August 2015 and January 2016. This is up from the same 2014 to 2015 period by almost 19% (8.1 million tons). March 2016 prices are averaging approximately $4.40 per bushel. Durum wheat is projecting a slight acreage increase due to the better prices in 2015. http://bit.ly/1QqXk8C
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GMO Wheat While many people have heard the term “GMO,” some do not know what it really means. The acronym GMO stands for genetically modified organism. There has been plenty of controversy surrounding GMO wheat and other GMO foods, since many claim that they are unsafe to consume and negatively impact the planet. In fact, it is illegal to grow GMO wheat in Canada and the United States. http://bit.ly/1lM57Cu
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