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Agrimarketing : July 2009
26 Canadian Update:18 CAMA Update 7/15/09 2:08 PM Page 28 CANADIANMARKET UPDATE/ continued frompage 27 initiatives and domestic processing. Canada’smagazine of crop pro- duction and technology is specifically designed to help top crop producers whose goal is long-termsustainability. The magazine provides growers with technical articles and production profiles focusing on such subjects a tillage practices, fertilizer application techniques, seed choice, herbicide and pesticide use, agriculture’s environmental impact, crop marketing and other in-depth stories. Management oriented editorial is directed towards innovations, ideas and techniques of today’s and tomorrow’s agriculture. Editions help farmers define and attain their financial and production targets and provide useable referencematerial for agricultural business people in their quest to achievemaximumeconomic yield. Kleer LIVESTOCK INVENTORIES (thousands of head) 2008 Canada Atlantic Quebec Ontario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alberta British Columbia Totals 2009 Cattle 272 1,345 1,884 1,355 2,870 5,560 610 270 1,340 1,705 1,280 2,650 5,380 555 13,896 13,180 Themagazine iswrittenwith separate editions for three distinct audiences of Canadian crop growers. Top CropManagerWest, established in 1989, ismailed to qualified producers of cereals, oilseed corps, forages and pulse crops inManitoba, Saskatchewan,Alberta and British Columbia (Peace Region). Top Crop Manager East ismailed to Ontario 2008 Hogs thousands of head 256 3,990 3,652 2,810 1,180 1,800 122 Source: Statistics Canada, www.statcan.gc.ca, February 17, 2009 producers of corn, soybean and wheat. TCMEwas introduced in 1974,was formerly published as “Agri-bookMagazine,” a name that has been superseded by Top Crop Manager. The Potatoes in Canada issue of Top CropManager is published annually and circulated to growers fromcoast to coast. AM 161 3,900 3,104 2,680 810 1,630 116 13,810 12,401 2009 28 Agri Marketing s July/August 2009
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