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<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Craft brewers, LCBO get behind Beer for Bracelets

Urban Cowboy: Craft brewers, LCBO get behind Beer for Bracelets

It will focus on the astronomical rise of what some call 'nano' craft brewers, the ones that hardly show up on the radar screen but produce phenomenal suds
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> This trailblazer takes a natural approach to animal health

Urban Cowboy: This trailblazer takes a natural approach to animal health

Through a simple blood test and skin measurement, animals with the best immune systems – the ones that are the most naturally resistant to disease – can be identified. It’s those animals that dairy farmers want to introduce into their herds
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> New program aims to attract more workers to Wellington

Urban Cowboy: New program aims to attract more workers to Wellington

'Due to demographic shifts and public perceptions, agricultural businesses often experience challenges finding qualified candidates'
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> 'A summer day in a can'

Urban Cowboy: 'A summer day in a can'

Local drink sensation flying off LCBO shelves
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Ontario ag interests head south to bolster trade

Urban Cowboy: Ontario ag interests head south to bolster trade

The team, which includes members from the Ontario Federation of Agriculture and the Egg Farmers of Ontario, will continue to defend supply management and the interests of Ontario farmers and processors
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Is Canadian wine ready for Canadian airlines?

Urban Cowboy: Is Canadian wine ready for Canadian airlines?

In a country like ours, with a booming wine industry, the inability of both airlines and wineries to match meals or snacks with Canadian wine sends conflicting messages to domestic and foreign travellers alike who are told Canadian wines can run with the pack
<b>Urban Cowboy:</b> Should you go to the vet? Ask Telehealth Pets

Urban Cowboy: Should you go to the vet? Ask Telehealth Pets

More than half of the households in Canada own a pet. Yet when they’re suddenly sick, or might be, the only alternative is an emergency call to a veterinarian. Thank goodness that options exists
<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