In this edition - April 26, 2019
Market analysts say the value of fertilizer is being pulled in both directions by opposing market signals.
What if there are no family members to take over the family farm?
Economists need to know if shifting land values are tracking ag revenues. Here’s how they do it.
Auction advice for buyers and sellers of farm equipment.
In the face of more barn fires and higher losses, insurance companies want a role in how new barns are designed.
New apple varieties have been popping up for years in hopes of becoming the next Ambrosia. But, how do new varieties gain traction in the market?
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MAGAZINE
One of the largest pork companies in Canada is no longer owned by Manitobans.