In this edition - October 6, 2017
As the Canadian Prairie harvest gets closer to completion, signs are pointing to reduced yields but good or better crop quality.
Cautious optimism is the order of the day as the P.E.I. potato harvest kicks into high gear this week.
Comparison of farm financial health between Canadian and U.S. farms
Hedging tools can help eliminate fluctuations that can occur due to fluctuating U.S exchange rates. Learn how to take advantage to improve your bottom line.
Late September is a hectic time of year for grain and oilseed producers, and there aren’t many farmers who have the time or patience to fit another task into their already-busy harvest agendas.
Creep feeding gives calves a chance to grow, takes pressure off cows.
As global warming intensifies droughts and floods, causing crop failures, Canada may see something different: a farming expansion.