In this edition - March 8, 2019
Operating a farm is a 24-7 commitment. So is raising a family. Balancing the two can be a juggling act.
Canadian canola producers with high levels of green seed will still need to take extra care with managing their stored crop, say experts.
Cold conditions in North America have delayed development of winter wheat crops, but parts of Europe are getting an early start to the growing season, boosting early season development of crops.
While Chicago oat futures are fading lower, Prairie cash bids stubbornly hold value.
Are you on top of your farm financial fitness? Find out more about Canadian farm income, asset values and debt and what you can do to stay strong in 2019.
With 10,000 acres of cropland, Will Farms led by Elaine Bellamy runs on family tradition, careful stewardship and a distinctively modern approach to business management.
The code will cover cattle, pigs, poultry, sheep and equine for road transportation and should be completed by 2023.
A crop risk management strategy is your plan to protect your farm from unexpected loss.
A new geothermal power facility has been planned near Estevan, Sask., and the agricultural sector will likely benefit from it.