Ag Economist Topics
What will farm cash receipts and equipment sales look like for 2016-17? J.P. Gervais shares projections and insights on farm health from the report: FCC Ag Economics: Projecting 2016-17 Farm Receipts and Equipment Sales.
The medium-term outlook for Canadian agriculture continues to look promising and the Canadian poultry industry is expected to experience growth as the demand for chicken remains strong.
Sales of farm equipment are expected to increase by 2017 as farm cash receipts are projected to increase.
Softer crop input price will help support producer margins in 2016 and continue to promote a strong Canadian agriculture economy.
Interest rate hikes, USDA reports and the world economy will impact Canadian agriculture in 2016. JP Gervais explains how to monitor and understand them.
JP Gervais outlines his expectations for the 2016 profitability of different sectors in Canadian agriculture.
Leigh Anderson examines the recent increase in farm equipment prices with a province by province breakdown of the appreciation in machinery asset values.
Leigh Anderson discusses the relationship between farm health and equipment sales in this summary of the FCC Ag Economics Farm Equipment Sales Report for 2015.
In a world of increasing oil production and unclear consumption trends, J.P. Gervais outlines the likely future of oil prices and their impacts on Canadian agriculture producers.
Demographic pressures are building within Canada’s labour market and agriculture must address labour shortages to remain competitive and encourage future growth in the sector.