In this edition - October 27, 2017
Farmers and consumers had a hand in the expansion of Chicken Farmers of Canada's Canadian-raised chicken brand.
In the past five years, 20 per cent of Ontario farmers surveyed say they've given new crops a whirl – hazelnuts, bok choy, buckwheat and quinoa, among them.
The smaller barley crop is supportive to prices, but the Prairie feed market is encountering upside resistance to competitively priced U.S. corn.
Strong farm cash receipts and low interest rates imply Canadian farms remain able to meet their debt obligations.
Victor Aideyan, Senior Risk Management Consultant with HISGRAIIN Commodities Inc., explains the steps you need to take to create an effective commodity marketing plan.
A rural broadband provider serving over 500 Manitoba municipalities and communities is set to be absorbed into one of Canada's biggest rural operators.
Growing up in Leamington in Southwestern Ontario, known as the tomato capital of Canada, Joe Sleiman saw the need for technology that could improve how fruits and vegetables are grown, harvested, packaged and sold.
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McCain Foods Ltd., the world's largest manufacturer of frozen potato products, has opened its new $65 million potato specialty production line at its flagship facility in Florenceville-Bristol, N.B.
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