Risk Management

High export taxes mean Argentine farmers receive only half the world price for corn and wheat, and have made them experts in doing more with less.

Early adoption of traceability pays off for Ontario vegetable operation

As a farm operator, there are strategies you can employ to help ensure the safety and well-being of your workers, whether they live in the next town over or overseas.

Rejean Pommainville is aging at the same pace as anyone else but he seems to feel it faster, which is painful for his wife Barbara Pommainville too, who can’t do anything to help him. All because of a farm injury.

You know your farm like the back of your hand; but the same can’t be said for many of your workers, especially if they are young, new, or returning after a time away.

The owners of a Chilliwack, British Columbia nursery owe at least part of their success to a family legacy of farm safety innovation.

You would probably do just about anything to keep your kids safe on the farm. That’s what over 90% of Canada’s farmers said in a farm safety  survey conducted by FCC in 2011. But how do you know what to do?

Safety planning on the farm is getting some attention this year from Alberta producers thanks in part to a farm safety plan pilot project and some willing volunteers. Two of those guinea pigs include Terry and Humphrey Banack of Roundhill, Alberta.

It’s no secret that a serious farm injury or fatality can be devastating emotionally and financially to a farm operation and farm family. But it’s never going to happen to you. Right?

When you focus on safety, says Yannick Lavoie, you’ll also find efficiencies.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

FMC’s 2nd annual National Farm Business Management Innovation Roundtable took place in...

Introduction

Grain markets have never seen such sustained and persistent price volatility as has been experienced over...

Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development is pleased to offer this exporting publication to help producers and others who are not familiar with...

Before you get your CSA project in motion, there are many questions you need to ask yourself about your CSA farm's structure, products,...

The first step in an orderly planning process is a self assessment of farm business management practices. These practices include the nine...

The first step in an orderly planning process is a self assessment of farm business management practices. These practices include the nine...

The National Farm Business Management Innovation Roundtable took place at Farm Management Canada’s Annual General Meeting on June 13, 2012....

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The Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development YouTube channel features videos from Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development of interest to farmers, ranchers, food processors and the general public in the province.

Finance and accounting, operational risk and compliance risk management, scenario planning and business strategy, online business, technology, project management.

Blog by Tom Phillips from the Centre of Excellence in Farm Business Management Massey & Lincoln Universities New Zealand ex Pasture based Dairy Consultant & Group Facilitator in UK.

Audio podcasts on numerous subjects, including personal & family financial literacy, board governance, estate planning, leadership, facilitation, conflict management, horticulture, and more.

Farms are a dangerous place for children. Take steps now to make your farm child proof.

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Goal setting tips from Michelle Painchaud to help you build an action plan for your farm’s future.
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Murad Al-Katib, President and CEO of SaskCan Pulse and Alliance Grain Traders, shares tips for Canadian crop producers with AgriSuccess editor...

Murad Al-Katib, President and CEO of SaskCan Pulse and Alliance Grain Traders, shares tips for Canadian crop producers with AgriSuccess editor...

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