Agriculture

Wild turkeys along the highway in Blind Bay, N.S. in Nov. 2004. Widely used pesticides blamed for decimating honeybee and other pollinator populations have found their way into wild turkeys in Ontario, according to a new study from Canadian researchers
Wild turkeys along the highway in Blind Bay, N.S. in Nov. 2004. Widely used pesticides blamed for decimating honeybee and other pollinator populations have found their way into wild turkeys in Ontario, according to a new study from Canadian researchers THE CANADIAN PRESS - Andrew Vaughan

Study show widely used pesticides found in wild turkeys

By Liam Casey - The Canadian Press
June 20, 2018 - 1:47pm

GUELPH, ONT. --  Widely used pesticides blamed for decimating honeybee and other pollinator populations have found their way into wild turkeys in Ontario, according to a new study from Canadian researchers.

 CEO Alastair Monk of Montreal-based Motorleaf Inc
CEO Alastair Monk of Montreal-based Motorleaf Inc The Canadian Press

Get ready for the 'internet of cows': Farmers use technology to shake up agriculture

By Ross Marowits - The Canadian Press
June 18, 2018 - 7:50am

MONTREAL --  Get ready for the "internet of cows."

Generations of farmers have relied on knowledge and family expertise to grow food, but the sector is set for a surge of disruption at the hands of made-in-Canada artificial intelligence-powered systems. 

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