Growers focus on dry weather and shrug off U.S.-China trade woes.
The seemingly endless winter that swept through Canada’s Prairies prompted farmers to put their seed and fertilizer purchases on ice.
Canada’s canola farmers are gearing up to take advantage of US-China trade spat by pushing more plantings of that oilseed alternative to US soybeans.
Farmers Business Network, a start up in California's Silicon Valley, lets growers share details on farm data including seed performances and chemical prices.
Canada farmers may harvest more wheat as other row crops fall out of favor
A shortage of rail cars in Canada is leaving grain and oil shipments stranded on the Prairies, sending crude prices plummeting and leaving farmers in a cash crunch.