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Why BBQ season matters to cattle producers

Why BBQ season matters to cattle producers

Why BBQ season matters to cattle producers

Why BBQ season matters to cattle producers

With seeding nearing completion, NHL playoffs wrapped up and, baseball season in full swing, Canadians are firing up their grills and enjoying their favourite

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2017 crop receipts remain stable as market conditions mixed

2017 crop receipts remain stable as market conditions mixed

2017 crop receipts remain stable as market conditions mixed

2017 crop receipts remain stable as market conditions mixed

Crop producers reported another strong year in 2016 despite weather challenges in Western Canada, according to Statistics Canada. Total crop receipts

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2017 livestock farm receipts? I like what I’m seeing

2017 livestock farm receipts? I like what I’m seeing

2017 livestock farm receipts? I like what I’m seeing

2017 livestock farm receipts? I like what I’m seeing

Livestock producers had mixed results last year, according to StatsCan. Dairy and poultry both saw increased cash receipts (2.4% and 2.5%, respectively

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Canadian farm debt grew 7.3% in 2016 – here’s why that’s not a problem

Canadian farm debt grew 7.3% in 2016 – here’s why that’s not a problem

Canadian farm debt grew 7.3% in 2016 – here’s why that’s not a problem

Canadian farm debt grew 7.3% in 2016 – here’s why that’s not a problem

Canada’s total Farm Debt Outstanding continued to climb in 2016, reaching $96 billion as of December 31st. That’s a 7.3% increase over Canadian ag’s debt

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Ag Economics Reports

2016 FCC Farmland Values

Farmland Values

The FCC Farmland Values Report provides an annual provincial and national overview of recent land value trends across Canada. Read the 2016 report, gain insight through a video, a webinar and commentary from ag economic experts and access historical land values blog.

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Canadian Agriculture's Productivity and Trade

Canadian Agriculture's Productivity and Trade

Canadian Agriculture’s Productivity and Trade report looks at Canada’s position as a leader in world agricultural trade. It compares Canada to our global competitors and explains why our diverse industry is one of our greatest strengths. It also highlights productivity and what you can do to ensure Canada grows the food needed to meet increasing world demand.

 

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