Year: 2012

Gary Pike is Uber Bullish on Ag Commodities

The global economic instability of the last year has no doubt rattled investors and left them looking for any kind of a stable place to invest. One of those places has been agriculture. The growing population and the need to feed them has raised the value of the agricultural industry as a whole. The bottom… Read more »

What is the Future for Micro-Nutrients in Canada?

With precision agriculture becoming more mainstream, its apparent that farmers are looking to every means possible to increase production and gain an edge. Micro-Nutrients may be one of those missing pieces of the puzzle when it comes to gaining that edge. Micro-Nutrient companies are on the rise in the U.S. and are starting to show… Read more »

So Long to 2011 and Defining What Really Matters in Life

As things have slowed down for us over the holidays, it has given time for me to reflect on the year that was. I can’t remember a time of more trying and yet exciting times. From weather to politics, there was something for everyone to talk about. Here is my list of the good and… Read more »

Canadian Pacific “Brothers” Commercial Explains the Relationship of Farmers and the Railways

Courtesy of the Calgary Herald Railways play an integral role in the grain delivery system.  With the bulkiness of grain, great Canadian distances and  significantmountain ranges, railway transportation is a major player in the grain logistics system.  In Western Canada, the railway system is the only economical way to remove grain from terminals to deliver to port. … Read more »