This outlook reviews the economic impacts of COVID-19 for the Canadian food manufacturing sector in 2020 and the future.
A look at how Canadian agriculture and food exports continue to be strong and resilient despite the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Grains, oilseeds, and pulse prices have benefited from strong demand and this trend should continue through the end of 2020 and early 2021.
After the rollercoaster the sector experienced in the first part of the year, anticipate a rebound in cattle and hog prices for the end of 2020 and early 2021.
Understand the many considerations that influence how farmland is valued to make sound purchase and selling decisions in the future.
A review of the Canadian cranberry industry and what’s driving growth and efficiency gains.
Lower farm cash receipts in 2020 will limit the demand for farm equipment, especially larger horsepower tractors and combines.
Why lumber prices are increasing, the impacts on construction costs and strategies to offset these price fluctuations.
The national average for farmland values increased an average of 3.7% for the first half of 2020, driven by higher crop receipts and low interest rates.
Our updated dairy outlook for 2020 indicates the dairy industry is recovering from the COVID-19 shock, but the future is still uncertain.