February 2022


Des outils pour les agriculteurs canadiens

Tools to help Canadian farmers

(NC) Being a farmer is a rewarding career and lifestyle for so many people across the country. But it’s certainly a tough job that’s subject to the whims of the weather, supply and demand, and regulations, to keep farmers and our food supply safe. Fortunately, there are a lot of Canadian programs and services to help our farmers succeed and continue to feed the country.

In the past, it may have felt time consuming or overwhelming to find information or partners you need. Fortunately, a fresh look is making it easier for farmers to find these resources in a single online space. AgPal is a one-stop shop for a wide range of programs, services, market intelligence and research. It offers veterinary services, food safety information, human resources, licensing, mental health resources and more, right at your fingertips.

The webpage is kept up to date with relevant and timely content. For ease of use, you can even search using filters such as region, client type, commodity, topic, service or category.

We can all use a little help sometimes, especially if you don’t know where to start looking. Having everything you might need in one place when you do require support makes a big difference.

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