In this edition - October 20, 2017
With harvest wrapping up in many parts of the country, the race is now on to get all the things you need to get down before the ground is frozen and covered in snow.
Ontario entrepreneur Jamie Draves is no stranger to building a grain production and processing infrastructure system since he is successfully doing it with quinoa.
Large oilseed market production continues to be countered by aggressive demand, creating a price environment maintaining broad sideways price ranges.
The liquidity position of most Canadian farms remains healthy, providing a first line of defense against evolving market conditions.
The fastest growth in food processing is actually in plant-based proteins and specialty food ingredients.
Farmers are looking to space in the continuous push to better know what’s going on in their fields, and a growing number of public and private initiatives are helping get them there.
A project to reduce methane emissions from cattle is starting this fall in southern Alberta.
Eric Kaiser has spent a lifetime transforming 14 former Loyalist settlement properties into a large, productive egg and field crop farm business – and always with a singular focus on the environment and innovative, sustainable soil conservation practices.