Tag: Kevin Hursh

Can Inland Terminals Survive Without the Single Desk?

I have been reading two groups are doomed in the face of the single desk being extinguished. The first is producer cars and the second is the inland terminals. With the elimination of the single desk, the Inland Terminal Association of Canada finds itself faced with a number of challenges to overcome and a number… Read more »

Lentil Harvest & Commentary – Kevin Hursh

When I was at CropWeek last January lentils were all the rage for farmers. With high prices and increasing acres many people, including myself thought the best thing to do was to forward sell 2010 crop at low 20’s to protect against a bearish market. Throw in a poor spring, a wet harvest and resulting… Read more »

CropWeek 2010 – Kevin Hursh Wraps Up CropWeek

Kevin Hursh from Hursh Consulting and Communications, took the time at the end of the exhausting week at CropWeek 2010 to sit down and chat about the week. I discussed with Kevin the highlights and lowlights of the week.  This was definitely a week where people had lots to talk about in the meetings hallways… Read more »

Can the World’s Largest Government Owned Farm Survive

Based on the economic turmoil that the hog industry has been in over recent years, it is no surprise that barns have been de-populated and the industry has retrenched.  One of the major events in recent months has been Big Sky Farms entering creditor protection.  Big Sky is the largest hog operation in Saskatchewan and to say this is a… Read more »