In keeping with Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) commitment to providing timely and relevant economic insights to Canada’s agriculture industry, FCC chief agricultural economist J.P. Gervais shares five key economic trends in agriculture to watch in 2019.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is offering support to Ontario customers facing financial hardship as a result of extreme moisture during harvest and a mould that impacted Ontario's corn crops.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is offering support to customers in Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick whose potato crops were impacted by an unusually wet, cold fall, causing a loss in revenue.
The Farm Credit Canada (FCC) 4-H Club Fund is providing $114,250 to 233 4-H clubs across Canada to support local events and various activities.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) has been recognized by Aon as one of the nation’s best employers for the 16th year in a row.
Canadian producers are experiencing commodity price volatility due to an evolving and uncertain international trade environment, but that shouldn’t significantly impact Canada’s long-term export growth potential, according to a new Farm Credit Canada (FCC) trade report.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is offering support to customers in parts of the Prairies facing financial hardship as a result of widespread excessive moisture that has delayed harvest and reduced the quality of this year’s crop.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC), along with its industry partners, participating schools and volunteers, have provided over 9.5 million meals for food banks and feeding programs nationwide, surpassing this year’s goal for FCC Drive Away Hunger.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) will ignite passion and enthusiasm for Canadian agriculture among young people through a series of events that explore the industry’s present and future possibilities.
Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is offering support for hog-producing customers facing financial hardship as a result of international trade disputes.
Canadian agriculture continues to show strength and resilience against a backdrop of higher interest rates, trade uncertainty and volatile commodity prices, according to Farm Credit Canada’s latest analysis of farm assets and debt.