Having the horses to talk to Paid Members Public
It is still incredible to me how science and technology have changed agriculture so dramatically.
Political appetite Paid Members Public
With current drought conditions across broad swaths of the Prairies this summer, agriculture producers are going to feel the squeeze financially.
Hand thrown in Italy Paid Members Public
We may need to change how we gather food for our table.
Cocktail of funding dollars Paid Members Public
Scientific research is a key to our future in almost any area you wish to point to, including agriculture.
A smell associated Paid Members Public
While the contents were not particularly surprising, it was interesting to see that the pork industry can still be an economic driver
Roosting in the scrub bush Paid Members Public
Increasingly finding time to actually get out and spend time in a field or cow pasture with a producer has become more difficult.
A reasonable return Paid Members Public
Anyone doubting there is confidence in the future of the canola industry need look no further than announcements made in Yorkton over the last few years.
Next hot thing Paid Members Public
One reason Canadian Prairie farmers have always managed to survive – at least as a collective – is their willingness to try new things.
Canadian oil Paid Members Public
For decades the Canadian Prairies proudly wore the moniker ‘Bread Basket for the World,’ or at least a similar version of that label.
Meet the added demand Paid Members Public
It is natural that when business is going well, everybody tends to jump in; eventually, the market saturates, and the good times level off to something where tighter margins are the rule.