In this edition - February 22, 2019
While it varies depending on the exact position, the cost of replacing a single farm worker can be as much as 150 per cent of their annual salary.
Turning a seasonal grazing operation into a year-round grazing system may seem like a massive task.
Cold temperatures in North America are expected to continue through to the end of February. Russia, meanwhile, is experiencing mild temperatures, which could impact winter wheat crops.
With U.S. and global wheat supply still large, sustaining price rallies will be difficult with a new fundamental market catalyst such as 2019 crop adversity.
Follow the Ross family’s cattle through the Canadian cattle supply chain and learn about the global implications along the way. Part 1 of 2
Construction experts share their advice for avoiding cost overruns on farm builds.
With new smartphone apps being developed every day, how can growers determine which one is best suited to their needs?
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MAGAZINE
For those producers who still have a few weeks before calving, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has a recently released fact sheet.
The latest cost-of-production estimates for organic crops paint a picture of resilience.