Pulse School: The 5 to 10 Year Pulse Demand Curve

The Canadian pulse industry can be proud of what it has accomplished in a relatively short time. From a tiny slice of the acres, to a set crop in many farmers’ rotation, pulses are a made-in-Canada success story.


Pulse growers have enjoyed steady growth of their industry and international markets for the last 10 years. The question of the continuation of that trend and the rate of growth was the topic of Chuck Penner’s presentation at Pulse Days in early January. In this video, Penner, of Leftfield Commodity Research, summarizes the trends he sees emerging over the next five to 10 years.

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RealAgriculture Agronomy Team

A team effort of RealAgriculture videographers and editorial staff to make sure that you have the latest in agronomy information for your farm.


5 recommendations to keep Canadian farmland in farmers’ hands

Canada is losing farmland each day. It's not technically disappearing, mind you, it's being bought up, levelled, and paved over for new suburbs and shopping malls. It's also being speculated on, sometimes by surprising buyers — maybe it's local farmers, but more likely by an investment fund looking to cash in on the seemingly endless…Read more »


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