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15 results found for: "Growing Forward 2 (Canada)"

Licenses: Open Government Licence - Alberta

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January 1, 2016

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This pamphlet highlights ways to add chicks to an existing small recreational poultry flock or breeding line while protecting the health of the existing flock.


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January 1, 2016

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Transition planning is the process of planning to transfer the ownership (capital), management, and operations (labour) of an agribusiness to a child(ren), relative or other successor. This guide breaks transition planning into three phases: readiness assessment, plan development, and plan...


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October 1, 2015

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This publication was developed to assist producers in identifying the environmental risks associated with their current livestock facilities, helping them determine how to mitigate the risks and steps to consider when relocating facilities.


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August 1, 2015

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In 2014, the Economics Branch of Alberta Agriculture and Forestry (AF) in collaboration with the Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association (AGGA) conducted a comprehensive survey to update the “Profile of the Greenhouse Industry in Alberta” 2010 report with 2014 data. The project was funded by...


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January 1, 2015

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The “Plan for Emerging Possibilities in Farm Business Management” series of documents will assist modern farm managers consider new perspectives and new possibilities in the context of business planning and decision making. Thinking ahead with different perspectives and different guiding...


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February 1, 2014

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Land owners and occupiers are responsible for controlling noxious weeds and destroying prohibited noxious weeds under the Alberta Weed Control Act. Listed plants in the Act cause problems for the environment, health or economy. Know your responsibilities under the Act. Regardless of where plants...


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February 1, 2014

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Land owners and occupiers are responsible for controlling noxious weeds and destroying prohibited noxious weeds under the Alberta Weed Control Act. Listed plants in the Act cause problems for the environment, health or economy. Know your responsibilities under the Act. Regardless of where plants...


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February 1, 2014

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Land owners and occupiers are responsible for controlling noxious weeds and destroying prohibited noxious weeds under the Alberta Weed Control Act. Listed plants in the Act cause problems for the environment, health or economy. Know your responsibilities under the Act. Regardless of where plants...


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February 1, 2014

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Land owners and occupiers are responsible for controlling noxious weeds and destroying prohibited noxious weeds under the Alberta Weed Control Act. Listed plants in the Act cause problems for the environment, health or economy. Know your responsibilities under the Act. Regardless of where plants...


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February 1, 2014

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Land owners and occupiers are responsible for controlling noxious weeds and destroying prohibited noxious weeds under the Alberta Weed Control Act. Listed plants in the Act cause problems for the environment, health or economy. Know your responsibilities under the Act. Regardless of where plants...