Loblaws Inc., the Canadian retail grocery giant, recently announced its intention to help Canadian farmers produce exotic and traditionally imported fruits and vegetables for its stores.
It appears the U.S. is about to become a more prominent residual oilseed supplier to the world, while China looks elsewhere for suppliers.
Farmers say changes coming in the way Western Canadian wheat is graded should relieve a bit of stress come harvest time.
Two regionally strong Canadian agricultural seed companies from both sides of Canada’s linguistic divide are joining forces...
The U.S. soybean market has fallen considerably in lieu of rising trade tensions and promising production prospects. The canola market is also off its springtime high, but pricing has stabilized.
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Higher heat units and warm seedbeds mean Ontario’s extreme southwest is usually the first region in the province to be planted with corn and soybeans. But this year it’s last, with planting finally wrapping up just last week.
Without a universally optimal time for calving, producers need to consider multiple factors before choosing the month that works best for them.
Economic opportunity brings canola acres back to near record large.
Cattle producers in the driest parts of the Prairies are facing feed shortfalls.