In this edition - February 8, 2019
Changes to the federal Tax on Split Income rules have gone through revisions in the last few years, and some experts say they are still seeking clarity on some aspects of the rules.
Numerous factors could change the fortunes of western Canadian beef cattle producers in 2019, and yet that region’s potential profitability remains higher than the challenged eastern Canada sector.
With winter weather settling in across Canada, it’s nice to think about the weather in warmer climes. This week we will look at the conditions in Australia and South America.
Prairie feed barley pricing has found its competitive sweet spot in relation to alternative cereals in the feed ration.
Get an up-close look at the people, planning and processing technologies that help the Keenan family at Rollo Bay Holdings send 50 million pounds of potatoes from field to table during a busy harvest.
Herbicides are no longer a magic solution and producers will increasingly need to use an integrated approach to weed control.
Producers who faced inclement weather and forage shortages in 2018 can get tax relief.
Farmers have new information to consider on hybrid selection, fungicide timing.
No. 1 grade for registered varieties only starting Aug. 1.