In this edition - June 28, 2019
Speculation about a possible Bank of Canada interest rate cut later this year has pressured fixed rates down, which is good news for farmers.
Spraying to control insect pests costs money. Knowing when it makes economic sense to do so depends on the severity of the problem – and the worth of the crop, experts say.
Strength in biofuel production implies strength in the demand for grains and oilseeds.
Case study of a family working to formalize how the kids are paid for their farm work.
Spray water has become a hot topic in the last few years as surface water dries up and farmers seek out new water sources for spraying operations.
Greater Toronto Area has high demand, but there’s little growing supply to meet it.
Richardson International has opened Bennett Farm, located roughly 10 kilometers southeast of Regina.