Grain, oilseed and pulses expected to stay profitable as crop and input price rise while low moisture in the prairies important to watch.
The 2022 dairy outlook update shows climbing production costs while dairy consumption remains strong despite rising retail prices.
Watch a recording of the 2022 FCC Ag Economic Outlook that reviews the major drivers and trends to look for in the year ahead.
In our 2021 farm inputs outlook, we look at the trends influencing continued elevated input prices in 2022.
China’s hog herd rebuild, feed costs and stabilizing demand for red meat create a mixed outlook for Canada’s red meat sectors in 2022.
The FCC 2022 dairy outlook suggests higher producer prices, uncertain production growth and slower inflation in production costs.
Farm equipment sales are expected to soften in 2022, following a stellar performance in 2021.
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.
While the Canadian cold storage market grows, the pandemic’s volatility in domestic and global food demand clouds the short-term outlook.
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.