The cattle industry isn’t immune to agriculture’s production concentration trends.
The early fall’s burst of heat in Ontario gave the province’s late-planted crops a helping hand towards maturity.
Following multiple years of higher price inducing increased production, pulse markets have entered a period of sluggishness.
As the Canadian Prairie harvest gets closer to completion, signs are pointing to reduced yields but good or better crop quality.
Cautious optimism is the order of the day as the P.E.I. potato harvest kicks into high gear this week.
Oat prices stabilize, though well-supplied market conditions limit near-term rally potential.
Manitoba is 2017’s most Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea virus (PEDv) affected province, and additional cases aren’t out of the question.
Long, stressful days spent working alone is taking its toll on farmers’ mental health.
Fall application demand is lifting nitrogen fertilizer pricing in the near-term, despite longer term prospect of production building faster than usage.
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.