In this edition - November 9, 2018
Details of land transfer taxes differ across the country and like in many provinces, Ontario’s Land Transfer Tax can be a significant additional expense for those buying and selling farmland.
A new era of opportunity dawned for organic producers in the late summer, when the federal government and industry announced an unprecedented $12-million commitment to organic agriculture research and development.
Cold, wet and snowy weather throughout September and into first-half October slowed harvest operations across Western Canada, compromising quality of late harvested crop.
Volatility in commodity prices lowers Canadian exports of oilseeds but also creates market opportunities in China and Europe.
How the USDA implements the labelling of genetically modified foods will have ramifications in Canada and the U.S.
The federal government announced more regions that are now eligible for the livestock tax deferral provision for 2018.
Firm numbers for winter wheat seeding on the Prairies are not yet available, but there are firm opinions about how it went.
A two-year collaborative study led by the University of Saskatchewan is looking for affordable technology beef producers could use to track feed efficiency in their herd.