The Canadian Seed Growers' Association today announced a new affiliation agreement with its regional branches, the Alberta-British Columbia Seed Growers Association, the Saskatchewan Seed Growers' Association, the Manitoba Seed Growers' Association, the Ontario Seed Growers' Association, les Producteurs de...
According to the Association of Equipment Manufacturer's monthly "Flash Report," the sale of all tractors during October 2022 in Canada were down 10% from the same month last year. In October, a total of 3,735 tractors were sold which compares...
Cargill Canada is selling its high oleic canola seed breeding business to Corteva Agrisciences, the companies confirmed this week to The Western Producer. The deal, which was expected to close on Oct. 31, will not affect Cargill's high oleic canola...
The Canadian Seed Growers' Association has launched CSGA Learn, Canada's first online seed learning platform offering education resources for the seed sector. CSGA Learn offers ten comprehensive online courses curated to meet the Canadian seed sector's real learning needs, with...
Farm theft and trespassing incidents are increasing, and sadly, it’s a trend that is expected to continue as people struggle with inflation and growing fears of economic recession. Crops and livestock are easy targets for thieves, along with equipment,...
Factors to consider when determining how much manure or compost should be applied to get the desired crop productivity. “With the high cost of fertilizer inputs, now more than ever, it is important to make the best use of available...
The Harvest Sample Program gives producers a free grade on samples from that year’s crop submitted by November 30. “One of the services of the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) is the Harvest Sample Program, which gives producers a free grade...
Fall means harvest for most farmers – and for members of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA), it also means the start of what we often call meeting season. The business of our farm organizations is year-round, but events...
Source: Vive Crop Protection news release Vive Crop Protection is pleased to announce it placed No. 153 on the 2022 Report on Business ranking of Canada's Top Growing Companies. Canada's Top Growing Companies ranks Canadian companies on three-year revenue growth. Vive...
As of late August, Canadian canola production estimates vary. “The latest estimate from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada released August 22 is for an 18.4 million tonne crop, based on average yields,” says Neil Blue, provincial crops market analyst with Alberta...
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