In this edition - March 15, 2019
Cattle producers low on feed may be more tempted to put their cattle out on pasture as soon as the snow melts, but experts warn that comes with repercussions to both plant and animal health.
Mother Nature is throwing another curve ball this spring at weed forecasts, thanks to appreciable snowfall in some parts of the country’s farming areas that may spark flooding.
Canada's recent sale of durum wheat to Algeria indicates world prices may drop, probably because of the new crop expected soon.
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.
Brothers Dale and Jan VanderHout are among Ontario’s largest growers of greenhouse cucumbers and they continue to innovate.
Producers in Mexico appreciate high quality of Canadian cattle herds.
The Canadian Grain Commission has launched a formal consultation to determine whether falling number and deoxynivalenol (DON) should be adopted as official grain grading factors in Canada.
Technology poised to fundamentally change how the industry does business.