Know your nutrient needs before applying fertilizer, experts advise farmers.
The Chicken Farmers of Ontario is launching a unique business accelerator program to create new consumer products.
Most of the acreage not seeded to major oilseeds and pulses this spring is expected to shift to cereal grains.
Farm transition expert Elaine Froese on how true fairness helps everyone at the table be successful.
Farm transition expert Elaine Froese on the best ways to breakthrough communication barriers.
Prolonged wintry conditions have forced Prairie cattle producers to draw longer on their feed supplies, but experts warn against using related extra costs to justify turning their cattle out to pasture too soon.
After a long, stubborn winter, Ontario farmers are anxiously planning to seed, and asking – do I plant corn and soybeans early and take advantage of potential yield gains, or do I wait for the ground to warm up to make sure my seed germinates?
Canola prices are running at their highest levels of the marketing year. Here's a look at why.
Delayed seasonal spring conditions may hinder a timely start to Prairie seeding operations, which could force farmers to make changes to what they plant.
A long, cold winter has eaten away at hay supplies and is putting the squeeze on cattle producers, particularly those in drier areas of southern and central Saskatchewan.