Big crops and India government policy weighed heavily on pulse crop markets over the past year. While it may be premature to suggest a turn of market fortune, a small spark of life to the price outlook may be starting.
Details of land transfer taxes differ across the country and like in many provinces, Ontario’s Land Transfer Tax can be a significant additional expense for those buying and selling farmland.
A new era of opportunity dawned for organic producers in the late summer, when the federal government and industry announced an unprecedented $12-million commitment to organic agriculture research and development.
Cold, wet and snowy weather throughout September and into first-half October slowed harvest operations across Western Canada, compromising quality of late harvested crop.
The Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council is in the midst of a Labour Market Information survey. According to results from the 2014 survey, Canadian agriculture had 26,400 unfilled jobs, which cost the industry $1.5 billion.
Keeping a sharp eye on pasture grasses is key to managing sustainability, however, the availability of drinking water for livestock, and its placement, is equally important.
Spring wheat faces several downgrade factors this year. Know what you have to best chose the time to sell.
Sound advice for anyone interested in getting into agriculture.
For Canada to be a leader in agri-food technology, we need young, energetic free thinkers with the proper training.
Construction experts share their advice for avoiding cost overruns on farm builds.