Don Connick has seen wildfires before, but the ones last October in the Tompkins, Burstall and Leader areas in southwest Saskatchewan were a different beast.
When it comes to mapping the agricultural landscape using satellites, Canada is a world leader in the field.
The recent USDA figures draw mixed results from grain markets.
The start of a new year signals an opportune time to begin organizing and planning tax information for 2018.
Ontario’s record rainfall this autumn was a damper during harvest, and now, the negative effects are lingering.
Wheat markets stabilized and lifted modestly off December lows, but the large global supply still limits price rally potential.
The growing North American cattle herd and jump in number of cattle on feed in the fall increases beef supplies, but strong demand into 2018 could support higher prices.
The big picture price trend across major grain markets remains broadly sideways, punctuated by periods of oscillating up and down momentum.
Whether you switch to a fixed-rate loan or switch to a variable rate loan ultimately comes down to your tolerance for risk.
For both livestock and humans, wearable sensors continue to advance.