In this edition - September 6, 2019
Family farm. The name says it all. Some, if not all, workers involved in farms across the country are members of the same family.
As with many other agricultural sectors, potato producers are battling the weather during this growing season.
Three producers from across the country explain the training that has had the most impact on them and their farms.
High-yielding wheat varieties need a lot of nitrogen, but new research suggests that splitting that application may decrease the economic and ecological risk while also paying dividends on protein.
While working door-to-door pitching deals for a year's worth of frozen meat, Marc Lafleur realized consumers want quality, local meat, but can't afford the freezer space or the cash to do it.
As new immigrants and younger generations become established, so too do their purchase interests in the floriculture sector.