The Canadian Federation of Agriculture says the government’s latest move to solve the grain transportation problem in Western Canada a step in the right direction.
A recent survey suggests U-S farmer’s overall confidence remains unchanged since last March.
Lambton County has it’s second confirmed hog operation with PED.
The Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association is doing a survey on Species at Risk.
Todd Austin of Grain Farmers of Ontario says China has rejected over 900 thousand tonnes of U-S corn since November.
A major international bank is predicting PED will cause a significant shortfall in the North American hog market over the next two years.
Scotiabank Economist Patricia Mohr says record cattle prices, firmer hog prices and stronger barley prices offset slightly lower wheat and canola prices.
With farms growing in size and value, a business consultant is suggesting farmers need to think more like CEO’s of companies.
It’s part of a rebranding process the Association started with the launch of it’s new website last fall.
A U-S grain market analyst remains bearish on corn, despite the recent climb in grain prices.