In this edition - May 3, 2019
Canadian farmland values trended upward in 2018 driven by strategic expansion and a limited amount of land available for sale.
Keeping a sharp eye on cash flow is important year-round, but the importance heightens during the spring.
There are many risks that can impact a farm’s bottom line, and long-term success.
High asset values don't necessarily translate into a high level of annual income. That can make for difficult discussions as parents attempt to be fair to farming and non-farming kids.
Despite concerns over planting conditions, market analysts at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada are forecasting a marginal increase in the area seeded and total production in Canada this year.
Several cattle industry organizations are collaborating on a project that could help fight bovine respiratory disease.
Canadian potato storage holdings, which includes all sectors, are the lowest of the last five years, according to the United Potato Growers of Canada’s update on April 1.
POTATOES IN CANADA