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Meeting with your accountant outside of the tax season – ideally half or three-quarters of the way through the year – provides an opportunity to analyze short, medium and long-term business goals with less distraction.
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Ag More Than Ever May 22
This Albertan rancher had a missing calf, then saved the day after noticing a familiar nose sticking out from a badger hole.
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Ontario Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs May 22
Anneke is a chicken and egg farmer. She wants you to know you’re not alone when facing mental health challenges
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Ag More Than Ever May 22
A friendly farm vehicle safety reminder for you to share:
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Farm Credit Canada May 21
While productivity gains do not always benefit farmers’ income in the long-term, there are a few ways to stay ahead within the changing farm environment.
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Farm Credit Canada May 20
Here’s to the people who are working on this holiday Monday! 📷: Dany Robin **And don’t forget to take part in our Instagram contest**
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Farm Credit Canada May 19
Planning to build? Whether you’re hiring a contractor or doing it yourself, ask these questions to make your construction project a success.
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Farm Credit Canada May 18
Swath-grazing and other extended grazing practices cost less compared to traditional feeding as they eliminate the costs of harvesting, hauling, processing and moving feed
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Farm Credit Canada May 17
What does grain storage cost? Alberta Agriculture crunched some numbers for 5,000-bushel bins and found the annual cost ranged from 22 to 25 cents per bushel per year. 
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Jenna Rose de Corte May 15
Something Dad has always kept is a journal of the dates he starts planting. Although seems so late, there were other years he started late too, don't give up- it will all come together
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Farm Credit Canada May 16
“HR training is increasingly important to many farms, as the average Canadian farm continues to increase in size and complexity. People are at the heart of any successful business and farming is no different."
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Farm Credit Canada May 15
Family: one of Canadian agriculture's most important secrets of success. Happy
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Farm Credit Canada May 15
Having learning and earning opportunities can help sell your kids on the farming life.
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Farm Credit Canada May 14
If yields increase at a greater pace than the price declines AND if demand increases, then an increase in crop revenues will occur.
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Farm Credit Canada May 13
We want to see what your looks like! Share your Plant19 photos with us on Instagram, for a chance to win some FCC gear! Head over to on Instagram, to find official rules and contest details. Happy Seeding.
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Farm Credit Canada May 13
What’s your best advice for dealing with farm stress? Reply with
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Farm Credit Canada May 12
Learn more about some of the strategies you can implement to minimize the effects of low feed supply.
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Farm Credit Canada May 12
Because we don’t say it often enough. Thanks Mom.
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Farm Credit Canada May 11
Its ! Learn how being proactive and facing challenges can help manage the impact of continual change in our lives.
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EDC May 10
🇨🇦 agriculture and agri-food producers have a bounty of info and support organizations to help them 🤝
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