Food Day Canada highlights opportunities to share the story of Canadian food from field...

Food Day Canada encourages consumers across the country to shop local and celebrate the abundance of fresh and delicious Canadian food and beverages we...

The Food-Energy-Water Nexus and Emerging Agricultural Technologies, By Ruiqing Miao, Department of Agricultural Economics...

The world population is expected to reach 9.7 billion by 2050 (United Nations 2019), resulting in grand demand for food, energy, and water (FEW)...

The US Safety Net, Crop Profitability, and a Floor on Cost of Production ,...

Since 1980, the US crop safety net has been countercyclical to aggregate net return for the 9 crops that USDA (US Department of Agriculture)...

Accumulating Liabilities, By Bradley Zwilling Illinois FBFM Association and Department of Agricultural and...

Financial liabilities are a present obligation arising from past decisions.  While some operators can operate without borrowing, many farms operate with the use of...

World Market Conditions Suggest Set-Asides Not an Effective Farm Policy for Corn and Soybeans,...

As set-asides are discussed as a farm policy alternative, the changing global nature of agricultural production needs to be considered.  As world production of...

Agricultural representation key to regional economic recovery task forces, By Drew Spoelstra, Executive Member,...

By Drew Spoelstra, Executive Member, Ontario Federation of Agriculture Rebound, recover, rebuild. Communities across Ontario have developed regional economic recovery task forces and resiliency...

Understanding the WAOB Crop Weather Model for Corn, By Todd Hubbs Department of Agricultural...

One of the key early assessments of the U.S. average corn yield is the projection made by the USDA’s World Agricultural Outlook Board (WAOB)....

Bill 156 protects the safety of Ontario’s farm and food supply, By Keith Currie,...

Ontario farm families depend on the safety and security of their farms to raise livestock and grow and produce food to maintain a strong,...

Export Update for the Corn Complex, By Todd Hubbs from the University of Illinois

As the focus turns to the growing season and markets look to recover from the worst of the pandemic, export markets continue to reveal...

Managing Corn Tar Spot In 2020, blog by Nathan Kleczewski, Department of Crop Sciences,...

blog by Nathan Kleczewski, Department of Crop Sciences, University of Illinois It's early in the season, but before we know it, corn will be...

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