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<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Chicken legs its way onto more consumer plates

Urban Cowboy: Chicken legs its way onto more consumer plates

A new report from Statistics Canada, citing the latest information available (from 2015), says that for the first time, Canadian per capita consumption passed 70 lbs. That’s up almost two pounds over the previous year, which is huge in the commodity world. Overall, we’re now eating almost twice as much chicken as we did in 1980
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> A taste of Canadiana

Urban Cowboy: A taste of Canadiana

New exhibit gives public glimpse of culinary collection
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Snowmobiling — Fun, exercise, or both?

Urban Cowboy: Snowmobiling — Fun, exercise, or both?

Wrestling a powerful 450-lb. machine through hilly twists, turns and deep, powdery snow takes a measure of human endurance and strength
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Food prices are . . . dropping?

Urban Cowboy: Food prices are . . . dropping?

"People notice extremes, and most of us won’t really notice this two per cent drop because our bills vary more than that from week to week" - Prof. Mike von Massow, a University of Guelph agriculture and food economics researcher
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Damn the deep freeze — it’s Canada’s Agriculture Day

Urban Cowboy: Damn the deep freeze — it’s Canada’s Agriculture Day

Farmers never really stop producing food regardless of season. This month is a chance to celebrate the agriculture sector
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Game on — researchers team up to tackle malnutrition and depression

Urban Cowboy: Game on — researchers team up to tackle malnutrition and depression

For a football fanatic, Karen Shlemkevich is spending Super Bowl Sunday in an unusual way and she hopes it’s the start of something game changing, for long-term care residents everywhere
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> What we know about the Guelph area

Urban Cowboy: What we know about the Guelph area

Researchers showcase their projects in Guelph-Wellington. Everyone is welcome
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Start spreadin’ the news

Urban Cowboy: Start spreadin’ the news

Education is huge for Guelph nutrition grad at Weight Watchers New York City HQ
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Farming out weekly stories to counter fake news

Urban Cowboy: Farming out weekly stories to counter fake news

If you want to learn more about where your food comes from, 2017 could be a banner year
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> From pub to hub - the Brass Taps opens a bakery

Urban Cowboy: From pub to hub - the Brass Taps opens a bakery

What’s this . . . a bakery in the campus pub?