In this edition - February 9, 2018
Frigid Canadian temperatures mean greater feed requirements for cattle, say livestock experts.
One-third of cow-calf producers in Western Canada are at least 60 years old, as the baby boom generation moves into retirement.
Large supply versus solid demand maintains a sideways trending canola market.
Big data is the next big thing in agricultural tech advancements.
Canada’s Agriculture Day is February 13. It’s the perfect day to celebrate everyone who feeds the country and the world. From all of us at FCC, thanks for making Canadian ag so amazing. Here’s to the farmer. Here’s to Canadian agriculture. Here’s to you.
The Government of Canada Wednesday released the final list of designated regions where livestock tax deferral has been authorized for 2017 due to drought, flood or excess moisture.
AAFC says it's created 392 jobs since introducing the Agricultural Youth Green Jobs Initiative.
Seeding wheat as early as mid-February may soon be a reality for some farmers. Even mid-March might be possible for producers on the northern Prairies.