Total farm cash receipts are forecast to increase in 2022, with sectorial growth for crops, cattle and dairy but a small decline for hog.
In our 2021 farm inputs outlook, we look at the trends influencing continued elevated input prices in 2022.
Breaking into international markets isn’t unheard of, but it will require adjustments. Advice from those who do this well may help you decide if it’s your trajectory, too.
In the 2021 FCC Trade Report, a new effective ag and food exchange rate shows a more cautionary environment for wheat, pork and beef exporters.
Mid-year farmland values update shows a 3.8% increase despite drought and bumps in economic recovery.
Farm equipment sales are expected to soften in 2022, following a stellar performance in 2021.
In Post 3 of our craft beer series, we explore the role of the maltster as the indispensable conduit between craft brewer and barley producer.
Alberta’s craft brewers and retailers could withstand the damage that COVID wrought on most small businesses. Here’s how they did it. Post 2 of 4 in our series on the economics of the craft beer supply chain in Canada’s prairies.
Canada’s broiler sector’s revenues continue to climb in response to sharply rising feed costs, increased production and a slow return to pre-pandemic consumption trends.
With the market shift to craft beer, consumers now drive trends. Part 1 of 4 in our series providing a glimpse into the economics of Alberta’s craft beer supply chain.