An Outlook for the Canadian hog sector: Look around and look ahead
The Canadian sow and pig herds have shrunk over the last ten years. To share the opportunities and thrive in the global competition, it's critical for the Canadian sector to look ahead into the challenges and lead the charge to provide solutions.Apr 20, 2015
Heinz – Kraft merger: What does it mean for Canadian food processors?
The recent Kraft-Heinz merger has implications for Canada's food processors to remain competitive.Apr 9, 2015
Practicality first when buying new equipment
Many factors come into play when deciding to purchase new farm equipment - and it doesn't always depend on what happened during the last harvest.Apr 12, 2018
Buy or rent farmland: Which option is right for you?
Deciding whether to buy or rent farmland can be a difficult decision. Lance Stockbrugger explains the benefits of both in this video.Sep 7, 2016
Industry confidence seen in rising farmland values
Seasoned farm realtor Tim Hammond knows producers are experiencing some sticker shock over the rising cost of farmland. And, earlier this year, he expected at least a few raised eyebrows from prospective buyers over the $22.4-million price tag on a 5,700-acre grain operation near Rosetown, Sask. that his company represented.May 31, 2018
Crunch the numbers before you invest, expand, diversify
Making investments is something all producers are going to have to do. It’s important to get familiar with the best strategies .Oct 30, 2017
How foreign investment could boost Canada’s exporting superpower
Foreign direct investment in the Canadian food processing sector can help Canada’s achieve our export objectives.Aug 28, 2018
Growing the global footprint of Canadian food processors
Canadian food manufacturers grow their global footprint by exporting and investing in foreign countries.Sep 4, 2018