In this edition - November 10, 2017
Scores of cattle producers will need to offset the impacts of this year’s poor pasture conditions and feed shortages in parts of the Prairies.
The value chain that serves and includes primary producers must be strong if the sector as a whole is to succeed. With that in mind, the Rural Ontario Institute has produced a collection it calls the Rural Ontario Foresight Papers. They explore particular topics that reflect the challenges and opportunities for rural and northern Ontario.
Lentil and edible pea market prospects remain in an uncertain trade relationship with India. Canaryseed market is stagnant, while mustard is on the rise.
Canadian exports of agricultural commodities and food products have opportunities for growth.
Trade expert Frédéric Seppey explains how Canadian producers will gain competitive advantages from trade agreements Canada is currently negotiating.
Each herbicide group kills weeds differently. Weed resistance differs by herbicide group.
What are the risks when communication breaks down on the farm?
ALBERTA FARMER EXPRES
If you’ve visited or lived in a remote community in Canada, chances are you weren’t there for the salad.