In this edition - December 7, 2018
The number of confirmed clubroot cases in Western Canada continues to grow, but if clubroot is discovered early, the disease can be managed much more effectively with minimum impact on the canola yield.
Chicken producers in Ontario – Canada’s largest poultry producing province - are applauding Maple Leaf Foods’ decision to build a $660-million fresh poultry processing plant in London.
Harvest is supposed to be an enjoyable time of the year for farmers, where they enjoy the reward for the hard work put into producing their crops.
Oilseed markets have seen a bit of a relief rally on a short-term de-escalation of U.S.-China trade tensions.
J.P. Gervais, Vice-President and Chief Agricultural Economist at FCC, on what he expects rates will do in 2019 based on the December 5 interest rate announcement from the Bank of Canada (BOC).
Not having an updated will in place can cause major complications for your loved ones and even jeopardize the future of your farm.
High mycotoxin levels in corn could pose a hog health risk if contaminated grain enters feed supplies.
On the surface intercropping is a simple idea — grow two crops together in one field and take advantage of the synergies that result.
Former farm leader and federal cabinet minister Ted Menzies had a blunt and personal message about farmers for the Commons agriculture committee, which is studying mental health issues in agriculture.