One-third of cow-calf producers in Western Canada are at least 60 years old, as the baby boom generation moves into retirement.
Large supply versus solid demand maintains a sideways trending canola market.
Canada’s Agriculture Day is February 13. It’s the perfect day to celebrate everyone who feeds the country and the world. From all of us at FCC, thanks for making Canadian ag so amazing. Here’s to the farmer. Here’s to Canadian agriculture. Here’s to you.
Prairie growers hope to benefit from China’s projected voracious demand for oats.
Ontario farm groups have developed a program to help pork farmers safely dispose of used sharps.
Soil moisture reserves preserved 2017 crop results, but 2018 poses new challenges.
Extreme cold and a lack of snow cover are raising fears about Prairie winter wheat crop damage.
Saskatchewan Pulse Growers reports that the International Year of Pulses in 2016 reached over four billion people during its global promotion campaign. Media coverage reached an additional 580 million people.
Oilseed markets have seen modest positive price action, but rally potential remains limited for now.
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.