CSTA President Steve Denys Outlines the Associations Key Objectives

The Canadian Seed Trade Association has a lot on its plate. Newly elected President Steve Denys will be the first to tell you that. The association is working toward directing government policies that will help Canadian producers thrive at home and compete abroad in a fast paced, constantly changing arena. We spoke to Steve at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show where he outlined 4 key areas the CSTA is working on to accomplish those goals.


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Cargill selling Ontario grain and crop input business to La Coop federee

After putting its grain handling and crop input operations in Ontario up for sale this winter, Cargill has reached a deal to sell the business, including its ownership in South West Ag Partners, to Quebec-based La Coop fédérée. The agreement includes 13 grain and crop inputs retail locations, as well as Cargill's 50 percent share of…Read more »


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