With wheat being one of Canada’s most important crops, producers and industries are looking for ways to minimize climate change, as hotter temperatures and more severe droughts are expected to strain crop production.
China’s agriculture minister is urging authorities to prevent a recurrence in African swine fever outbreaks.
The out-going President of the Huron County Beef Producers Association says the movement towards plant-based diets is getting a lot of attention right now.
The lack of processing capacity is forcing some Ontario beef producers to send their cattle to the U-S or out west for processing.
Protein Industries Canada says the private sector and the federal government will spend $27 million on a project that aims to improve the quality of canola meal.
Germany is bracing for the arrival of African swine fever after an infected wild boar was found in Poland near the German border.
Research from Universite de Montreal suggests that despite clear signs of climate change, sugar maples aren’t likely to head further north anytime soon.
The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing in a new project supportong innovation, commercialization and growth in the province’s agri-food sector.
According to Statistics Canada, net farm income has dropped 45.1% in 2018 from the previous year.
Farm Credit Canada has identified three trends to watch in the Canadian agri-food supply chain this year.