Snow and cold have contributed to delays, but farmers say rail shippers are also giving oil, potash and coal a higher priority than grain.
Olson says extreme weather is a factor, but not an excuse given everyone has to plan and make allowances for the Canadian winter. (
Snow and cold have slowed rail shipments.
Combined with last year's bumper crop of grain in
C-E-O Chuck Magro says it's had a bit of an impact on the amount the company has been able to produce.
The province's agriculture ministry says the virus was detected on a farm in the
The farm has been placed under quarantine to prevent spreading.
Cases have also been confirmed in
Last year, Central Valley farmers received 20 per cent of their normal allowance from a vast system of rivers, canals and reservoirs interlacing the state.
This marks the third dry year for the state, and Governor
A beef and forage specialist with
He warns it could be a problem for cattle producers leading up to calving time.
Yaremcio says feed testing is critical, noting that spending 50 or
(Agriculture Digest by
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