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Map: Some November Relief for Driest Prairie Areas

November 30, 2022

Precipitation was uneven across Western Canada in November, although some of the heaviest amounts fell in the driest areas.

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Farm Equipment Market to Remain a Challenge

November 29, 2022

Strong demand and tight supplies will continue to make the farm machinery market a challenge for producers in 2023 and beyond, according to Farm Credit Canada (FCC).

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Marketing Lesson: Selective vs. Conservative Hedging

November 24, 2022

Many farmers fail to distinguish between “true” and “selective” hedges. However, knowing the difference before you put the hedge in place can be integral to whether it is ultimately deemed a success or a failure.

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Winter Has Arrived in the U.S. Heartland ... But Drought Remains

November 24, 2022Read Article

What Are These Central Banks, Anyway?

November 24, 2022

As a farmer, you’re probably not terribly interested in what a central bank is or what it does. The trouble is, they seem to be everywhere these days, influencing everything from stock markets to prices for the commodities...

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Chart: Wild Rollercoaster Ride for Ontario Corn Prices

November 23, 2022Read Article

Ocean Freight Rates Under Pressure

November 22, 2022

Ocean freight rates have come under pressure over the past month, nearing their lowest levels of 2022 as mounting COVID-19 cases in China, along with increased restrictions in the country, have contributed to concerns over...

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US Winter Wheat Crop Condition Holding Recent Gains

November 21, 2022Read Article

Map: North American Drought Reaches New High in October

November 18, 2022

Almost one-third of North America was being affected by some form of drought as of the end of October, a new high.

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IGC Lowers World Wheat Production Estimate Amid Argentina Dryness

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Canada to Establish New Indo-Pacific Agricultural Office

November 18, 2022

The federal government has earmarked nearly $32 million for the establishment of a new agricultural office in the Indo-Pacific region, a move applauded by Canadian farm groups.

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More Corn, Oats in Feed Rations

November 17, 2022

More corn - and even oats - are finding their way into Prairie feedlots.

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La Nina a Factor but Big Brazil Soybean Crop Still Expected

November 17, 2022

Michael Cordonnier still sees a record large Brazilian soybean crop in 2022-23, even if it’s not as big as others may be currently projecting.

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