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An Uneasy Future

As we have crossed over into 2018, we have not seen the markets react in the traditional way for this time of year. Generally,...

Oats are a Growing Option

By Scott Shiels As we rode through the summer on the COVID-19 wave, one thing is for certain, agriculture seems to be the one area that was...

Finding a Home for Excess Grain

By Scott Shiels We’ve been on quite the marketing rollercoaster when it comes to grains this year, and there doesn’t appear to be much of...

Bright Spots in a Bizarre Year

By Scott Shiels Grain markets have continued to rise throughout the fall months and into early winter. The reality appears to have settled in that while we...

Together We Make A Difference

By Scott Shiels This harvest was one for the record books, but not in a good way for most producers. The weather across the Prairies was not...

Contract Rollover

By Scott ShielsBy now pretty much everyone across the Prairies should have their crop in the bin, but there’s likely far too much bin...

Preventative Maintenance

Scott Shiels Spring is in the air, and with that, probably my most favourite time: seeding! Whether you are pulling a 60-foot air drill or broadcasting...

Regenerative Practices Hold Marketing Potential

By Scott Shiels With increased focus coming to agriculture on sustainable and regenerative farming practices, it’s a great time to share some information on the...

Food or Feed

By Scott Shiels In this issue, I would like to touch on certain grading factors that can differentiate milling grains from feed grains, and to point out...

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