In this edition - November 2, 2018
The Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council is in the midst of a Labour Market Information survey. According to results from the 2014 survey, Canadian agriculture had 26,400 unfilled jobs, which cost the industry $1.5 billion.
Keeping a sharp eye on pasture grasses is key to managing sustainability, however, the availability of drinking water for livestock, and its placement, is equally important.
Spring wheat faces several downgrade factors this year. Know what you have to best chose the time to sell.
Jefo group is helping farmers achieve optimal livestock performance without using medicated-feed growth promoters.
Canada remains a top exporter of agricultural commodities and agri-food products, thanks to a diversified ag and food production mix.
With vomitoxin (DON) in Ontario grain corn on the rise this year, many growers are concerned about production insurance coverage.
Federal legislation implementing the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership received royal assent today, moving Canada closer to becoming the sixth country to implement the trade deal.
It’s been quite the fall. Snow, rain, and sleet have wreaked havoc on harvest throughout the region. Although great for soil recharge, all this moisture is not so great for crops still waiting to be harvested. The result is that some farmers have had to put away crops wet and when this happens, so does the likelihood of mould and the likelihood to exposure to mouldy crop dust.