In this edition - February 2, 2018
Prairie growers hope to benefit from China’s projected voracious demand for oats.
Ontario farm groups have developed a program to help pork farmers safely dispose of used sharps.
Soil moisture reserves preserved 2017 crop results, but 2018 poses new challenges.
In the last of a five-part series examining the year ahead, we look at the evolution of technology in the food retail industry.
The autonomous implement platform known as DOT is an interesting development in the farm equipment world, but is it a game changer?
The planted area for grains and oilseeds in Canada is expected to reach 28.1 million hectares in the 2018/19 crop year, a 4% rise on 2017/18, according to forecasts by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Beef producers across Canada could see a stronger industry in the near future, as many provinces have opted to increase their beef cattle check-off from $1 to $2.50 per head this spring.
Increase flax yields with new genetics and the latest agronomy recommendations