U.S. tariffs expected to reduce new farm equipment sales on Prairies: dealer
CALGARY - Shares in Canada's largest farm equipment dealer fell by more than seven per cent Wednesday after it said it...
Wheat markets in rally mode
Wheat markets have been on an impressive rally since bottoming out mid-month and I have been getting questions from growers...
Rainfall continues with extreme variability across Ontario
Parts of Ontario are experiencing a summer with wide swings in precipitation levels this year, says a provincial...
More hot, dry weather in store for Prairies
Hot, dry Prairie conditions aren’t likely to change in the weeks and months ahead, weather experts predict... Read More
Getting a good scratch is just as worthy as good food for cows, says study
VANCOUVER - Everyone knows the satisfaction of having an itch scratched and researchers at the University of British...
Province's Hay Situation Calls for Wise Planning
For Immediate Release Province's Hay Situation Calls for Wise Planning Dryness across province signals...
Licensing deal a major step in race for genetically edited food
BOISE, Idaho -- A multinational agricultural company based in Idaho has acquired gene editing licensing rights that could...
Boys, 9 and 11, killed when tractor pulling trailer rolls on Alberta road
TABER, Alta. - Two children from a Hutterite colony have died after they were riding on a flatbed trailer being pulled by a...
Saputo Q1 profit falls as various factors combine to offset higher revenue
TORONTO - A "crude competitiveness" and "irrational" behaviour from rival businesses in the wake of recent tariffs on U.S....
Impact Farming Show - Guest Jolene Brown
On this episode of Impact Farming, we sit down with Jolene Brown to discuss family farms and succession planning. "If I huff...