The gatekeepers of Canada's rich agriculture exports are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to upgrade export terminals as they prepare the country to become an ever-growing bread basket to the world.
Ontario’s pork processing capacity took a huge leap forward last week when the province announced a $5.3 million investment into a state-of-the-art processing facility at Conestoga Meat Packers in Breslau, just outside Kitchener.
Oilseed markets try to stabilize amid the harvest of record large U.S./Canada soybean and Canadian canola crops.
We asked producers and entrepreneurs from across Canada share their thoughts about the passion, drive and commitment it takes to be part of the ag industry they love.
The value of farm assets in Canadian agriculture is strong, and farm cash receipts – which increased by $19 billion over the last decade - put the industry in a good position to face higher borrowing costs, says a new report from Farm Credit Canada.
The latest numbers from Agricrop, Ontario's crop insurance administrator, show that as of Aug. 22, Agricorp paid out $21 million in claims to customers who couldn’t plant or had to replant. The amount includes claim payments to farmers with quality losses or harvest delays for first cut hay.
An early summer rally for wheat markets on drought worries has faded back into harvest season... but price stability is now developing.
A new type of hopper made to fit on most types of combines is creating a lot of talk this fall.
Producers should meet with their financial advisors to discuss the Bank of Canada’s latest interest rate activity and make sure their financial strategy is tested against multiple scenarios and up to date, says FCC’s chief economist.
Statistics Canada’s first farm-surveyed estimates of 2017 Canadian crop production are lower than last year, but are expected to be revised higher in time.