Ag Economics Topics
Commodity prices could reflect volatile conditions in 2018. Three sources of that volatility are weather, trade and global growth.
Innovation drives positive forecasts for agriculture despite discouraging forecasts from the USDA.
Recent USDA long-term projections to 2027 call for a limited rebound in agricultural commodity prices on strength of growing global demand.
Understanding seeding intentions across Canada, along with knowing available inventory and strength of demand is an essential part of any marketing plan.
Big data is the next big thing in agricultural tech advancements.
In the last of a five-part series examining the year ahead, we look at the evolution of technology in the food retail industry.
In this fourth of a five-part series examining the year ahead, we look at the expectation for investment in the Canadian agriculture and agri-food sector.
The recent Bank of Canada (BoC) interest rate hike reflects continued strength and confidence in the Canadian economy.
In this third of a five-part series examining the year ahead, we look at the role the energy markets will play in Canadian agri-food competitiveness.
In this second of a five-part series examining what lies in the year ahead, we look at the role farmland values will play in Canadian agri-food competitiveness.