Canada Unfazed by Oilseed Crossfire With Canola Set for Record
Kovrig, a diplomat on leave from his post in Hong Kong, and Spavor, a tourist operator, were detained by China.
No Grain in the Rain as Vancouver Export Ships Unable to Load
Business as Usual for Canadian Lumber Chiefs on China Trade Trip
American Prices for Soybeans and Corn Are on the Mend
BHP's $20 Billion Canadian Potash Dilemma: To Build or Not?
China is one of Canada’s biggest buyers of agricultural products from oilseeds to softwood lumber.
With a Wheat Glut Looming, the Party May Be Ending for 2018's Top Crop
‘Tough’ Canadian Crops Are Coping Alright With Wild Weather
China's Thirst for High-End Beer Fuels Canadian Barley Surge
Romaine Crisis Sends Other Lettuce Prices Surging
Pets Go Gluten Free in Boon to Farmers With Excess Lentils and Peas
Rising Heat From Climate Change Threatens U.S. Crop Yields
Brazil, traditionally the world’s top sugar producer, is poised to cede the crown to India for the first time in 16 years.
It’s going to be a green Christmas for U.S. tree growers thanks to millennials who are opting for pines over plastic.
Barley prices surged as wet, cold weather followed a drought, damaging a big portion of the crop favored by brewers.
Nasty Weather Means Kansas Farmers Stop Planting Winter Wheat
Trudeau Carbon Plan Will Hurt Investment, Fertilizer Maker Says
Lumber Market Crash Probably Is Over, Resolute Forest CEO Says
Even Cardboard Boxes Aren't Immune to U.S.-China Trade Tensions
‘Heartbreaking’ Drought Forces Canadian Ranchers to Cull Herds