Not every year will be rough for forage crops and pastures like 2018.
The death of an owner or divorce can have devastating effects on farm businesses, in some cases wiping away generations of accumulated equity.
Canadian pulse markets struggled this past year due to restrictive trade policies, notably from the key market India. But the edible pea market seems to be turning higher on new opportunities.
Producer Cynthia Beck, a suicide intervention responder in rural Saskatchewan, explains how being proactive and facing challenges as they arise can help manage the impact of continual change in our lives.
Producer Cynthia Beck, a suicide intervention responder in rural Saskatchewan, says reducing stress can start with simply taking a moment to stop what you’re doing and appreciate the legacy you’re building for yourself and your family.
Expect another year of tight margins in the Canadian crop sector for 2019, Farm Credit Canada predicts in its Ag Economics outlook.
Canadian beef and hog producers benefited from a robust demand for red meats in 2018 in terms of trade, yet prices were quite variable as result of growing supply and trade tensions.
Signs of El Niño are appearing around the globe. For Canadians, it could mean a warmer winter in the months ahead.
With 10,000 acres of cropland, Will Farms led by Elaine Bellamy runs on family tradition, careful stewardship and a distinctively modern approach to business management.
Meet agriculture up-and-comer Sara Kate Smith of Barriere, B.C. At only 19 years of age, she already has a long list of accomplishments and credits 4-H for helping her excel.