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Producers with average harvests should have a profitable year in 2022, Manitoba Agriculture estimates. According to the current cost of production, forward prices and expected yields, only barley seems to be a loser of money among the large acre crops of the eastern prairies. This is in terms of “net profitability”, which includes the costs … Continue reading “This year seems profitable for Man. producers”
Export Development Canada predicts another strong year of global economic growth in 2022. It expects a 5.5 percent increase in world gross domestic product, slightly below six percent in 2021. This is despite the Omicron-related resurgence of the COVID-19 pandemic. “The trajectory of the global economy seems to have been decoupled from the trajectory of … Continue reading “The hot global economy is finding its pace”
The drought affecting the western United States has led a scientist to warn that the prairie provinces of Canada need to better plan how water is used throughout Saskatchewan’s river system. “A California water expert we had here a few years ago said that Alberta and Saskatchewan reminded him of California and Arizona around 1912,” … Continue reading “The scientist sounds the water crisis alarm”
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