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Other Online Databases
These are a collection of some of the other databases that can be found online that may help you in your Western Canadian agriculture searches:







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Pulse-Canola Feed Literature Database Search  This database is a compilation of published technical papers on the use of peas, beans, lentils, canola and chickpeas in swine, ruminant and poultry diets. It contains papers from around the world found in scientific journals from 1980 to present. It is a comprehensive source of information for livestock nutritionists, animal scientists, livestock producers and anyone with an interest in the feeding value of Canadian peas, beans, lentils or canola. Funding for this project has been from the Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission and the Saskatchewan Pulse Growers with help from the Alberta Pulse Growers. 







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The Canola Performance On-Line Database (POD)  The Canola POD, or Performance On-line Database version 3, was developed by the Canola Council of Canada to allow farmers to explore canola performance trial results from a broad range of sources in their own area.  In addition to the Prairie Canola Variety Trial results, POD provides access to private seed company performance trial information which often includes more detailed information, such as notes on site management.



 
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Beef and Forage Research Canada  The Beef and Forage Research in Canada (BFRIC) database was developed in response to a tremendous need within the beef and forage industry in Canada to better document and categorize existing and ongoing research across the country. Currently there are databases and websites which are non-comprehensive or fail to include all researchers, instituitions or projects relating to beef and forage.



 
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Foragebeef.ca  In this web site you'll find a wide array of information relating to both current Canadian agricultural issues and technical information on forage and beef production. Feel free to bookmark this site as your source of sound agricultural information for Canadian conditions.



 
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Research Summaries: Peas in Livestock Diets  This publication contains comprehensive summaries of research trials conducted with peas for poultry, swine, ruminants and aquaculture. It is the second edition, the first being completed in 1998. The summaries are accompanied by an extensive database, listing pulse and canola research for all species of livestock. Both the database and summaries are an effort to enhance the knowledge of livestock producers, animal scientists, nutritionists and all interested parties on the use of peas as a feed ingredient.



 
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Canadian Animal Health Institute  Welcome to the website of the Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI). CAHI is the trade association representing animal health companies that develop, manufacture and distribute animal health products.  New animal health products are approved by Health Canada's Veterinary Drugs Directorate or Pest Management Regulatory Agency or alternately, the Canadian Centre for Veterinary Biologics or the Feeds Division of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). These products include pharmaceuticals, animal pesticides, biologicals (vaccines) or feed additives. The animal health industry plays a vital role in animal agricultural production and the lives of our pets. Healthy animals make great companions, and produce a healthy food supply. 







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Canadian Dairy Research Portal  The site contains a vast collection of dairy cattle research results at your fingertips. You can access the latest available information on Canadian dairy cattle research in formats ranging from scientific articles to news stories. The research results originate from 14 years of dairy cattle research funded by Canadian dairy producers in partnership with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council.



 
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Inventory of Canadian Agri-Food Research (ICAR)  ICAR contains detailed information on research projects in agriculture, food, human nutrition, aquaculture and related areas of biotechnology. Currently, ICAR describes over 3,200 projects from industry, universities, and provincial and federal establishments.... For each project, ICAR provides its title, objectives, the known and anticipated impact of the research, a status report and the names of the researchers and the research establishment. It indicates the research effort in terms of person-years and the focus of the research in terms of commodities or resources and in terms of functions or disciplines. Descriptive keywords and the names and addresses of funding sources and collaborating organizations are also included



 
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List of Canadian Funding Databases  The following list contains a selection of information database on projects funded by other agencies.



 
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National Good Food Network  The National Good Food Network Database is a searchable resource of knowledge, people/organizations and funders focused on the work of scaling up good food. It will provide those dedicated to the challenge of moving more good food to more people an unprecedented level of access to cutting edge value chain research, business plans, innovative models of aggregation and distribution of local foods, and connection to the people—producers, brokers, retailers, NGOs, small businesses and distributors, among others—with experience and expertise to share, and the funders—public, private and philanthropic—poised to support this work.



 
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FOODTECH Canada Database  The collective members who are FOODTECH Canada offer you a single door to the ultimate resource for food innovation and commercialization. FOODTECH combines expertise from twelve leading food & bio-product technology centres, linking state-of-the-art equipment and the most comprehensive facilities in all of Canada.



 
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FAOSTAT  Food supply data is some of the most important data in FAOSTAT. In fact, this data is for the basis for estimation of global and national undernourishment assessment, when it is combined with parameters and other data sets.  This data has been the foundation of food balance sheets ever since they were first constructed. The data is accessed by both business and governments for economic analysis and policy setting, as well as being used by the academic community.



 
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Canadian Institute of Health Research 







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go-BiO Biofuel & Bioproduct Resources Saskatchewan  Go-BiO is a one-stop source of information identifying all of the bioproduct, biofuel and bioenergy related interests, activities and supports available in Saskatchewan. Launched in 2008, go-BiO hosts information on the capacity and infrastructure assets with a presence "on the ground" in Saskatchewanand acts as a referral and attraction tool to develop and support industry activity. Funding support to develop this database was provided by the Agriculture Council of Saskatchewan (ACS) through Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's Canadian Adaptation and Rural Development in Saskatchewan (CARDS) program, Industry Canada and Ag-West Bio Inc.



 
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AACCC Cereal Knowledge Database  Coming to a computer near you, AACC International’s new Cereal Science Knowledge Database is comprised of a library of netcasts—multimedia, scientific presentations that include audio, video, and informational slides from experts on a broad range of topics.  Link




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