Our War Time Markets Keep Boiling

It is that time of year again in southwestern Ontario as combines start to roll through soft red winter wheat fields.  Hopefully by the time that you have read this, I’ll have mine off.  It was a tough year for getting wheat planted last year and I hope this year I can get many more…

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When Will Commodity Demand Crack?

The proverbial question came this morning. I ventured to a political event put on by my local MPP. I wanted to thank him for some of the constituency work that he had done on my behalf. It didn’t take long but after a while somebody came up and asked me when they should sell their…

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Canadian Farmers: This is Our Time

I started planting corn this week and finished today.  In southwestern Ontario we have not had rain in quite some time and the ground conditions we’re very favorable for planting this week especially on heavier ground. I plant corn into a stale seed bed, having worked it the year before. It’s not for everybody but…

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