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AB Tofield 6 row smooth awn barley
CDC Arborg Oat
ACC Awesome VB SWGP
AAC Cirrus HWSW
AAC Chrome Yellow Pea
CDC Lewochko Yellow Pea - high protein
219-16 Faba Bean
Fabelle Faba Bean
AAC Hodge VB HWSW
AAC Hockley HRSW
Sunray Spring Triticale
DL Lacross Forage Pea
AAC Brandon HRSW
AAC Wheatland VB HRSW
Sirish 2 Row Feed Barley
CDC Rowland Brown Flax - Cleaning next
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All yields, costs, and crop values are estimates and your farm's numbers will not be the same as these numbers. The % of wheats net is done because people often ask me how a crop compares to wheat as they plan rotations.
I was at in Banff last week at the Prairie Cereals Summit and J.P Gervais of FCC was speaking on economic trends in Agriculture.
He felt that interest rates should not go up much more, and he was commenting how 5y $ was not as high as shorter term like spot or 1y $
He commented on how stocks to use ratio’s were tightening on a few crops and feels volatility is going to continue.
Farm receipts have gone up over the past few years but this years crop will be the most expensive ever put in. (58% higher for 2023 vs 2020)
Global economic slowdown could impact us but it depends how fast it happens and other factors like droughts and wars. The low CDN $ is helping us as well.
Land values have gone up 10% in irrigation in a year, Southern Alberta 6%, and in Alberta as a whole 3.6%.
One interesting statistic was that employment tied to agriculture (farms, transport, processing) was at about 3% unfilled jobs 2.5 years ago and now has doubled to 6% unfilled jobs now. My thought was how do we fill those gaps so we can remain competitive in Canadian agriculture and trade.
We have hay blends, all grass blends, lawn grass, and individual items like Timothy, Clovers, Alfalfa, Grasses and more. Millet seems to do well on dry years.
Some people are doing a Fall Grazer after silage, or an early crop for late grazing.
We have some blends suitable for rejuvenating pastures, some for baling or silage, high protein blends and brassica specific blends.
Pollinator specific blends have been interesting for some with annual or perennial options.
Relay crop, Saline, and cover crop blends allow smothering, and or nutrient tie up as well as options of tougher soils.
We have taken some spots on our fields and seeded back to forages as the crop was never good in those spots as we were spending more $ on acres that didn’t have positive returns to us due to poor or no crop in those spots.
Email email@example.com for a cover crop / forages price sheet if you want to order something or chat with us on it.
Greg Stamp CCA
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BASF Seed Treatment
Syngenta Seed Care
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