Grains, oilseeds and pulses
Inflation is everywhere in agriculture, but not all the inflationary pressures facing hog and dairy farmers get transmitted through the supply chain.
We explain why price transmission in Canada’s agri-food supply chains is elusive and offer some context to discussions of food inflation.
There’s no end in sight to the roiling ag commodity markets, as poor harvests, war and hurricane Ian batter fertilizer markets amid uncertain demand.
Grains, oilseeds and pulses expected to stay profitable through volatile crop prices and rising input prices.
On Canada Day we’re celebrating Canadian agriculture and agri-food by highlighting some facts about the sector’s contribution to our economy.
Grain, oilseed and pulses expected to stay profitable as crop and input price rise while low moisture in the prairies important to watch.
Here are the top five economic trends to watch in Canada’s agriculture and food sectors for 2022.
Canadian grain, oilseed and pulse producers can expect positive margins for the 2021-22 crop year – but input prices and geopolitical turmoil cloud the outlook.
In our 2021 grains, oilseeds and pulses outlook update, sustained global demand and stock pressures will underpin Canadian profitability. It may not be enough for Western producers post drought.
Inflation, supply chains and pandemic outbreaks dominated the headlines in a year that was supposed to be a break from the chaos of 2020. Here’s what’s in store for 2022.