Grain Farmers of Ontario, in partnership with Farm Credit Canada, would like to invite you to be our guest at a stress management workshop: Skills that build resilience on the farm.
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US and World
It is that time of year again, where farmers are firmly fixated on the coming planting season. The growing of big crops of 2018 is somewhat of a distant memory, but the large supplies they created continue to weigh on grain prices. March is a month that typically ends with a bang for grain markets, as the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will announce their prospective planting acres on March 31. With large surpluses apparent across farm country and paralysis going on with U.S. China trade talks, prices continue to drift in the news vacuum. However, on March 8 the USDA weighed in again with their latest world agricultural supply and demand estimates. (WASDE)
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What happens behind closed doors
Recently I’ve been able to attend committee meetings for corn, soybeans and cereals. These meetings have been really eye opening; coming from a farm/ag retail/communications perspective, I never would have known what is happening at all of these committee meetings without having actually attended them.
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