Canada’s farmland values climbed in spite of impacts from pandemic supply chain disruptions and adverse weather that affected parts of the country, as Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) Farmland Values Report showed an 8.3-per-cent national average increase in 2021.
Partners in Canada’s agriculture and food industry have once again rallied behind Drive Away Hunger, providing an equivalent of more than 36 million meals to food banks and feeding programs across the country.
Canadian producers are encouraged to lean into their strategic planning skills this year to meet what's ahead.
While food producers and processors across the country face more disruptions and uncertainty as a result of the pandemic’s fifth wave, Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is reminding customers that Canada’s leading agriculture lender is here to support them.
Like fortune tellers with crystal balls, Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) economics team has been studying their “crystal” charts to forecast what’s in store for Canada’s agriculture and food industry in 2022.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is offering support to customers in Prince Edward Island (PEI) who could be facing production or cash flow challenges as a result of the temporary ban on PEI potato exports to the United States (U.S.).