Canadian canola production is very competitive in an international comparison. Since canola acreage has gone up significantly in recent years, it can be assumed that the highest seed costs in the world have not hurt the overall profitability of the crop.
One strategy is to identify those jobs or results that have to go well to assure the success of the operation. Look for levers that have the biggest impact on your bottom line and pull them.
In response to this issue’s article, “7 strategies for success in today’s environment,” we asked four farmers about their biggest challenges to success and their strategies to overcome them.
Canola’s impact on the Canadian economy has tripled in just 10 years, creating jobs from coast to coast.
Ontario Canola Growers Association and Agronomy Advantage organized a day of hands-on learning near Kenilworth. Farmers learned about nitrogen rates and application, seeding rates and various challenges facing the industry.