Robynne Anderson's Emerging Thoughts on Ag

Monthly Archives: November 2013

“Let Us Choose What Works For Our Farms” say farmers about the tools and technologies needed to tackle climate change

During the World Food Prize a panel of five farmers, several of whom I know well and admire greatly, discussed how they are responding to the challenges which global climate change will pose to their farms. The Farming First ( synopsis is below: The panel was chaired by Julie Borlaug, granddaughter of the late Dr. […]

Canadian Oats to Mexico

The Prairie Oat Growers Association and I were honoured to visit Grupo Vida headquarters in Guadalajara. Grupo Vida is the second largest oat company in the world and have bought important milling assets in Canada. The oat growers had over 15 meetings with Mexican companies and invaluable visits with the AAFC team in the Embassy […]