Saskatoon-based 9 Mile Legacy Brewing is embracing the popularity of its latest craft beer, made with durum wheat grown in southwest Saskatchewan.
Ag tech companies at the recent AgShowcase sponsored by Bioenterprise and FCC highlighted how their businesses will benefit the industry and consumers through unique, solution-focused innovation.
While much of Canada’s food and beverage industry has been hit by disruptions caused by the pandemic, the country’s chocolate processors and hazelnut producers hope to benefit from a combination of consumer indulgence and a growing “buy local” trend.
For every job you have, there’s a tool that makes the task easier. At Discovery Farm Langham, Saskatchewan, the research team is on a mission to find the best tools for Canadian farmers. Part of their toolkit is FCC AgExpert software.
FCC is proud to celebrate Francophonie week, March 13 – 21, which honours the richness and diversity of French-language culture. At FCC, we’re committed to offering our services in both official languages.
They may not have expected it but Garren and Alicia Hardman have worked for it. The dynamo husband and wife team have built their business, Shale Ridge Estate Winery and Cidery, from the ground, or should we say the shale rock, up.
Julie Shirley didn’t set out to ace the apiary business, but the success of her honey farm proves she’s got what it takes.
In honour of Canada’s Agriculture Day, Agriculture More Than Ever joins the country in celebrating the ingenuity of the Canadian food businesses that adapted during a difficult year due the pandemic.
Shane McLeod, a farmer from Ontario, shares his experience in the agriculture industry. From living in the city to owning a farm, he tells us about the opportunities and challenges he faced on his journey.
Colin and Nicole Vyn are FCC customers and first-generation egg farmers from Ridgetown, Ontario. The couple and their 3 children have turned their business dream into a successful egg operation, in part with the help of FCC’s Young Farmer loan.
FCC customer Greg Becker finished his 50th crop in 2020. He reflects on the challenges he and his family have weathered along the way and shares what he credits with helping their family farm survive.
New Brunswick’s Bouctouche Bay Industries (BBI) is using the sale of face shields to support the World Health Organization COVID-19 solidarity fund.
Fieldless Farms, a local Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) start-up, announced today that its cut lettuce mixes have hit shelves in Farm Boy stores.