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North America welcomes rain; South America gets too much

North America welcomes rain; South America gets too much

Moisture makes up for dry prairie winter.
Ag Canada’s climate programs found lacking

Ag Canada’s climate programs found lacking

A report from the auditor general’s office says initiatives designed to help farmers reduce emissions have shortcomings.
Farmers retain role in G3 thanks to CWB legacy

Farmers retain role in G3 thanks to CWB legacy

Feds set up trust for producers when wheat board turned into G3 Canada, but farmers’ share has been steadily shrinking.
Lloydminster student earns $6,000 ag scholarship

Lloydminster student earns $6,000 ag scholarship

Agriculture student scholarship recipients announced.
Mosaic CEO sees fertilizer demand rising with world population

Mosaic CEO sees fertilizer demand rising with world population

CEO Bruce Bodine talks about a market outlook from Mosaic’s perspective, how the Russian invasion of Ukraine affected the supply chain, and how important events like the FFF Summit are.
All eyes on Russian weather as wheat rebounds

All eyes on Russian weather as wheat rebounds

Russia is experiencing a rough transition from El Nino to La Nina, which could significantly bite into yields this year.
U.S. shuns free trade agreements

U.S. shuns free trade agreements

The United States is no longer negotiating those types of pacts.
U.S. official defends free trade agreement stance

U.S. official defends free trade agreement stance

Senators rake the U.S. Trade Representative over the coals for the Biden administration’s trade policy agenda.
Farmland prices diverge at the border

Farmland prices diverge at the border

Prices higher in Saskatchewan.
PTx provides a blend of precision farming systems

PTx provides a blend of precision farming systems

Any new digital products developed by Agco will also become part of the PTx portfolio.