Sometimes the greatest resources are your fellow farmers. That’s why the Agri-food Management Institute launched a management club program to enable group-based, peer-to-peer learning under the guidance of a business advisor.
The autonomous implement platform known as DOT is an interesting development in the farm equipment world, but is it a game changer?
Mark and Sandi Brock are known for their honest and public portrayal of modern farming. And they’re challenging other producers to join the conversation.
Meteorologist and storm hunter Mark Robinson from the Weather Network on what you can expect this winter across Canada and how it could impact the 2018 growing season.
What are you doing differently in 2018? Three pieces of health and fitness advice for farmers making resolutions.
When someone tells you they have back problems, arthritis in their knee or migraine headaches, sympathy and understanding come easily. Why, then, is a mental health issue any different?
The latest Canadian farm cash receipts released by Statistics Canada reveal strength across grain and livestock sectors, a trend that’s likely to continue.
A significant new market for Ontario’s dairy sector is springing up.
Prairie feed barley prices higher through fall season on tightening supply amid good demand, but a fading U.S. corn market could limit gains going forward.
Canada’s beef farmers hope to learn whether their customers, and ultimately consumers, will pay more for sustainably produced beef coming from a verified production system.