The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) and farmers across the province welcome the return of several ministers in key ministries most relevant to the agriculture industry and rural communities. Announced today as part of Premier Doug Ford’s newest cabinet, these...
According to the Association of Equipment Manufacturer's monthly "Flash Report," the sale of all tractors during May, 2022 in Canada were down 11% from the same month last year. In May, a total of 3,074 tractors were sold which compares...
Preliminary Results Soil nitrate tests taken over the last week have showed elevated soil nitrate levels. This is true for sites that had received either manure or fertilizer N. The number of fields sampled to date is not large, so...
Even if 2021 canola production is adjusted somewhat higher, canola carryover will be extremely small. “Producers with any unpriced canola have been pleased and amazed by the continued price increases to record highs,” says Neil Blue, provincial crops market analyst...
Canadians' interest in food and their desire to know how it was produced has been heightened over the last two years. Real Farm Lives, which is returning for a third season, gives Canadians who may not have the chance...
Vive Crop Protection has received distinction as one of Canada's inaugural Sustainability Changemakers for 2022, as awarded by the Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) organization. Vive is one of 10 companies being honored with the distinction based on outstanding growth...
Ontario’s provincial election campaign is now in full swing, and across the province, candidates are engaging with voters in hopes of capturing their support at the ballot box. In turn, voters want to know where candidates stand on the...
According to the Association of Equipment Manufacturer's monthly "Flash Report," the sale of all tractors in Canada during April were down 19% compared to the same month last year. For the four months in 2022, a total of 2,992 tractors...
Crop reports for the 2022 growing season begin May 6. Every year, from May until the end of harvest (October or November), Alberta Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development (AFRED), in partnership with Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC) and the...
It is interesting to step back from the extremely strong land market in the US Grain Belt and see what is happening elsewhere. The prairie provinces of Canada are a good place to look for farmland price trends, since...
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