In this edition - May 31, 2019
According to farm business experts, knowing machinery benchmarks – how equipment costs breaks down on a per acre level – lends itself to better farm management and overall business planning.
Rounding up cattle after they escaped from a pasture can be a time-consuming nuisance, especially if they took down a fence along the way.
The Bank of Canada decision to keep the policy interest rate unchanged at 1.75% is consistent with its neutral stance on interest rates in recent months.
Agriculture up-and-comer Gerritt Pastink is attending Olds College in Alberta with the goal of eventually becoming his family farm’s equipment manager back in Ontario.
Relief from current dryness is coming for most of Western Canada this summer, but the soggy conditions may continue for Ontario, according to the Weather Network’s summer forecast.
Canada and the U.S. have agreed to divide their nations into zones.
Observers feel the country may begin lowering lentil, pea and chickpea import duties once a new government is elected.