It was a season full of extremes, and when it was all over, this year’s provincial corn yield came out perfectly normal.
Pulses, such as beans, peas and lentils, are finding healthy ways to be included in the making of more foods.
Enrollment in agricultural programs is rising twice as fast as all other post-secondary programs.
Ontario soybean yields ranged from none to excellent this year.
The corn market in 2017 will be mostly based on balancing a large demand with a huge supply.
The federal government has announced some good news for young farmers.
Maple Leafs Foods is making a big investment towards the issue of food insecurity.
An east coast farmer has stumbled into a way to help the ag industry limit greenhouse gas emissions.
The Canadian Pork Council is pushing for the implementation of CETA as soon as possible.
Farm Credit Canada says diversity, technology and innovation is key to maintaining Canada’s food supply home and abroad.