Ag Economist

Navigate the ever-changing business of agriculture. FCC Vice President and Chief Agricultural Economist, J.P. Gervais and our team of economists and researchers share their unique perspectives on national and global economic events that impact Canadian agriculture – and your bottom line.

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Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Commodity Prices

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Commodity Prices

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Commodity Prices

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Commodity Prices

The beginning of a new year marks a time of planning. The FCC Ag Economics team wants to help you put your best foot forward into 2017 with an in-depth

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Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Energy Prices

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Energy Prices

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Energy Prices

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Energy Prices

The beginning of a new year marks a time of planning. The FCC Ag Economics team wants to help you put your best foot forward into 2017 with an in-depth

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Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Canadian Dollar

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Canadian Dollar

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Canadian Dollar

Top Economic Drivers of 2017: Canadian Dollar

The beginning of a new year marks a time of planning. The FCC Ag Economics team wants to help you put your best foot forward into 2017 with an in-depth

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The key to higher prices? Strengthening demand

The key to higher prices? Strengthening demand

The key to higher prices? Strengthening demand

The key to higher prices? Strengthening demand

As the supply of agricultural commodities continues to grow, a robust and rising demand is a producer’s best friend. The release of the most recent WASDE

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Ag Economics Reports

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.

 

Read the report (PDF 1.7 MB)

 

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Farmland Values

The Farmland Values Report is the principal source of land values information in Canada and is updated annually. Get an overview of recent farmland value trends in each province and nationally.

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