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. 

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Outlook for Farm Assets and Debt 2016-17

Outlook for Farm Assets and Debt 2016-17

Outlook for Farm Assets and Debt 2016-17 provides an overview of the balance sheet of agriculture, focusing on financial health. It looks at the affordability of assets relative to farm income, with an emphasis on farmland values.

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FCC Ag Economics: Projecting 2016-17 Farm Receipts and Equipment Sales

Projecting 2016-17 Farm Receipts and Equipment Sales

Farm equipment sales are usually a leading indicator of farm health. FCC Ag Economics: Projecting 2016-17 Farm Receipts and Equipment Sales looks at how Canadian farm receipts and other economic variables have impacted new farm equipment sales in the past and how this might play out in the future.

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FCC Ag Economics: The Canadian Dairy Sector Looking Forward Spring 2016

Dairy Sector

Canada’s dairy farmers are benefiting from growing demand for various specialty products, but will have to continue to modernize and innovate to remain competitive.

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FCC Ag Economics: The Canadian Dairy Sector Looking Forward Spring 2016

Beef Sector

Demand for beef among Canadian consumers is strong, although domestic consumption has been declining over the past decade.

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Farmland Values Report 2015

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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