Universities are ground zero of the locavore movement
Bales of hay are the prime goods in a U.S. crime spree
Farmers want population eradicated
This year’s winners created a homegrown, breakthrough product
The pitfalls of updating policy in sectors steeped in tradition
The Canadian Wheat Board’s monopoly ends today. The Prime Minister is in Kindersley to celebrate. Ralph Goodale laments.
Farmers’ costs will go up, for such things as administering cash advances …
And if you’re under 35, there’s barely any competition for the job
Kwantlen University to capitalize on trend
Urban students are getting dirty on campus
Barrie McKenna explores the government’s attempt to support both the free market (when it comes to the Canadian Wheat Board) and supply management (when it comes to dairy farmers).
A majority of voters in a plebiscite have voted to maintain the Canadian Wheat Board’s monopsony.
A total of 62 per cent of prairie wheat growers – 22,764 farmers – …
Learning how to navigate a teat without expert supervision is integral to the experience
While organic agriculture is big in China, concerns about food safety and quality are starting to arise
Manitoba canola farmers are using helicopters to plant their rain-soaked fields
Echoing Arizona, Georgia passed a tough immigrant law. Now it finds itself desperately short of farmhands.
When a farmer’s market went ‘100 mile,’ vendors of Lebanese pita and Asian fruit saw the dark side of a trend