Wheat acres and frankly wheat’s reputation have taken a hit in recent years, overshadowed by canola’s promise of big yields and big profits. Then 2012 came along and […]
It’s no surprise that the fertilizer markets have cooled off this fall, but those farmers shopping for a deal may not want to wait too long to pre-buy. […]
Prairie farmers anticipate higher wheat production as well as a decline in canola this year compared with 2011. In Ontario, farmers expect an increase in production of corn […]
Alberta wheat growers take charge by establishing new producer-led commission.
CALGARY, July 30, 2012 – Alberta’s wheat growers have committed to taking a leadership role in advancing the province’s […]
Seem familiar? Corn + Supply + Demand = High Urea Prices
Key take away: Sell part of 2013 crops and buy 2013 fertilizer/fuel to lock in likely the largest […]
From Matthew Snell, Know-Risk Advisor:
We saw corn drop again yesterday from the bearish USDA report. We are up a little bit today most likely from profit taking […]
A number of regulatory hurdles must be cleared before Glencore’s deal to acquire Viterra will be finalized.
As part of the agreement, Richardson International will acquire 23 percent of […]
Growing Forward has announced a new renewable energy program for Alberta farmers.
The Renewable Energy Program (Solar PV Pilot) provides funding to Alberta farmers to help install renewable energy […]
Corn + Supply + Demand = High Urea Prices
As we head closer into the Western Canadian spring we have always seen a premium in fertilizer prices. Typically, […]
The outlook that the USDA published yesterday and today shows corn planting at 94 million acres, which would be the largest acreage since 1944. The report also has […]