In this edition - November 3, 2017
Staying on top of a cattle herd is a 24-hour a day task, especially in areas where predators are frequently on the prowl with an appetite for livestock.
A newly-formed Ontario association of custom farm-work contractors plans to spread the news about the services their members offer.
Elevator prices this year for spring wheat are focused on protein levels with immense pockets of variability.
Canadian farms’ financial leverage remains strong across all agricultural sectors.
Brothers Bryan and Kyle Maynard took over their grandfather's potato operation and built a successful business with room for growth.
A domestic technical obstacle has been cleared out of Canadian pork’s export path to the European Union, the Canadian Pork Council said Friday.
A plan to use Ontario-grown sugar beets for production of industrial-use sugars could grow Ontario acres of the crop by 30,000.
Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association has launched a relief fund to help producers who lost feedstock and at least 750 cattle in last week’s wildfires.