In this edition - December 8, 2017
Canada’s beef farmers hope to learn whether their customers, and ultimately consumers, will pay more for sustainably produced beef coming from a verified production system.
The production of hops, a flavouring and preserving ingredient in beer, is slowly returning to Western Canada, particularly British Columbia.
India’s introduction of imports tariffs across a range of cereals, oilseed and pulse crops surprised global grain markets.
Grain World 2017: a preliminary look at what to expect for the 2018 growing season.
Learn how managing your cash flow can help you take on new opportunities, track your goals and maximize your lender relationship.
Hail caused less damage across the Prairies in 2017 than it did in 2016, according to the final report tabled Dec. 4 by the Canadian Crop Hail Association.
Rust hasn’t affected Canadian flax for more than 40 years, but new varieties must still incorporate resistance
You might have to pay a little more for the evergreen scent of a natural Christmas tree this year as droughts and increased demand have put pressure on prices.