Being Bullish on Bullishness

January weather has been benign. Mid-January is good for me as it always represents another trip around the sun. Its kind of spooky, a January without snow or freezing temperatures, but that’s what I got. I had a non-farmer exclaim to me the other day about farmers preferring a hard winter. I said, yes, there…

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The Calamity Which Is Orderly Marketing

First the good news. Earlier this month Health Canada approved the first vaccine for Covid19. In Ottawa and Toronto health care workers were the first Canadians to receive the Covid 19 vaccine. It signals a light at the end of the tunnel. For Canadians all across this vast land it can’t come soon enough. Covid…

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Hard Currency and Our Grains, Its Complex

Throughout my life I’ve had the opportunity to travel to many far-off lands. Some of it was easy flying to English speaking countries in my youth, where I could communicate very easily and exchange money almost everywhere. What was more difficult was going to so called third world countries, which were poor, didn’t speak the…

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