Dear Canadian National Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway, It’s only the middle of June right now, but there’s potential for a big crop in Western Canada this fall. Alberta’s latest crop report pegged growing conditions at 80 percent good to excellent, eight percent better than the five-year average. The Saskatchewan ag ministry’s most recent update also noted “the majority of the crops are in excellent-to-good condition,” with the vast majority ahead of normal development. Crop ratings in some areas are better than they were in 2013. After driving to Regina and visiting with farmers and grain industry people who drove from…
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