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Topics: Agriculture Organizations: Agriculture, Food, and Rural Development (1992-2006) Audience: General Public

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January 1, 2002

Description

Mice are a large group of mammals, with more than 130 species found worldwide. In Alberta, there are seven species of mice and 12 species of voles. The most troublesome and economically important of the species found in Alberta are the house mouse, the whitefooted mouse and the meadow vole...


Views: 11
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February 27, 2004

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This AgriProfit$ bulletin reviews relevant economic drivers related to beef production in northern Alberta. It enables producers to make better decisions regarding beef production opportunities in the Alberta Peace Region


Views: 137
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November 1, 2018

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The purpose of survey is to address some of the data gaps and information needs of the beekeeping industry in Alberta, each year the Statistics and Data Development (SADD) Branch conducts a survey of beekeepers in the province.The survey results along with information from other sources are used...


Views: 174
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March 1, 2019

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A nutritious food basket is a food-costing tool that is a measure of the cost of healthy eating based on current nutrition recommendations. The current Edmonton Nutritious Food Basket consists of 67 food items falling into 10 food groups which contribute similar nutrients to the diet. The food...


Views: 1
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November 1, 2001

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The intent of this document is to provide a compilation of key basic information elements (industry structure, markets, costing, competitor profiles, domestic and international issues review), supplemented by insights and analysis of their influence and impact on the primary Alberta beef...


Views: 5
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December 2, 2002

Description

Swath grazing isn’t new. Some producers have been using this feeding technique for years. But until now, the economics surrounding swath grazing have not been clear. During the winter of 2001, an AgriProfit$ analysis was undertaken to look at the value of swath grazing.


Views: 963
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March 27, 2018

Description

Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development (ARD) has delivered the Alberta Crop Reporting Program to clients since 1940. The objective of the crop report is to capture timely information relating to crop production in Alberta during the current crop season. This is achieved through the use of...