Canada’s beef farmers hope to learn whether their customers, and ultimately consumers, will pay more for sustainably produced beef coming from a verified production system.
The production of hops, a flavouring and preserving ingredient in beer, is slowly returning to Western Canada, particularly British Columbia.
India’s introduction of imports tariffs across a range of cereals, oilseed and pulse crops surprised global grain markets.
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Six farm groups are working with a foodservice distributor to help food industry companies promote local fare.
Canada’s clean, green and pristine image is once again serving our export markets well, this time in the ginseng market.
Even though canola prices have tipped lower lately, this shouldn't be the start of any major or sustained price downtrend.
An important part of precision agriculture is soil management. No matter how advanced technology becomes, soil health is central to precision agriculture’s success.
Farm groups have developed a program to help deal with animals in cattle truck rollovers.
Increased U.S. hog slaughter capacity is supporting Canadian prices, but concerns over NAFTA negotiations have potential to disrupt the market over the next year.