In this edition - May 10, 2019
Producers should be mindful that the slowdown in land value growth could increase their risk and that land values must be in synch with variables such as net income, interest rates, commodity prices and productivity, experts say.
Strip-grazing gets the most mileage out of a forage stand, but it can come at a cost of time and labour.
Growth in land values scaled back in 2018. Martha Roberts unpacks what that means and answers the question of whether Ontario land is priced reasonably.
Producer Cynthia Beck, a suicide intervention responder in rural Saskatchewan, explains how being proactive and facing challenges as they arise can help manage the impact of continual change in our lives.
Several factors can cause uneven spraying — and they almost always come down to speed.
ALBERTA FARMER EXPRESS
Cattle producers across Western Canada grow weary of the relentless 2018-19 winter.
Customers flocking to big-box outlets, instead of mom-and-pop greenhouses.
THE CHRONICLE HERALD