In this edition - March 29, 2019
Get a second opinion about products that promise soil enhancement benefits or risk being sold a bill of goods, experts warn.
Developing the business is a goal for many farm families working through transition. Truly accounting for machinery costs, however, isn’t always considered.
Our debt service coverage ratio suggests rising debt isn’t necessarily a problem for Canadian producers. Here’s how you can harness its insights to manage your farm financial fitness in 2019.
Landlords often want more than just a good rental rate.
A number of growers cleaned corn this fall in efforts to reduce DON. Whether it is on the combine or at the bins, the general message is to remove as much fines or cob as possible as these harbour the highest levels of DON.
FIELD CROP NEWS
Canada’s monthly canola crush hit its lowest level in one-and-a-half years in February, according to the latest crushing data from Statistics Canada.
University of Arizona researchers are developing better diagnostic tools for cryptosporidiosis.