Why are so many Canadians still going hungry?
More than 850,000 Canadians visit a food bank every month. The problem isn't a lack of food. It's a lack of income.Sep 27, 2016
Thanksgiving and cranberries: a Canadian tradition
As Canada celebrates Thanksgiving 2016 with the traditional cranberry, Canadian cranberry production continues to grow driven by favourable consumption trends.Oct 10, 2016
What does the future for soybeans hold? It depends on who you believe.
A few weeks back I attended the USDA Agricultural Outlook Forum in Washington, DC., where the USDA released their agriculture commodity outlooks for 2015. There was a lot of anticipation from the markets leading up to the release as the USDA projections provided the first estimates of production, prices and exports for all the major agricultural commodities.Mar 27, 2015
What does the 2016-17 marketing year hold for grains and oilseeds?
Projections for the 2016-17 marketing year reveal softer prices for grains and oilseeds.May 10, 2016
Despite the decline, Canadian cattle prices remain high
Cattle prices have retreated from the record highs set in 2015 and early 2016 and will continue to trend lower through 2020.Jun 22, 2016
Canada’s dairy sector: Efficiency provides the way forward
Canada's dairy producers' efficiency will help sustain profits in increasingly complex market.Apr 26, 2016
3 myths about Canadian agriculture: Busted!
Myths surround the Canadian agriculture industry. Here, three are put to the test - from regional crop selection to the assumed link between cattle and retail beef prices.Apr 4, 2016
Chicken consumption grows, but faces competition!
The medium-term outlook for Canadian agriculture continues to look promising and the Canadian poultry industry is expected to experience growth as the demand for chicken remains strong.Jul 13, 2016
Agricultural Myth Busting 101 Apr 3, 2014
How a little-known export boosts returns in livestock
Global demand for livestock offal helps boost the sector's returns.May 31, 2016