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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Mar 27, 2015 07:08 AM CDT

The last five years for agriculture in Canada have been pretty good. Not so much in the livestock sector, but in the crop sector it has benefited from higher prices over the last five years. So as we head into the 2015 cropping season, the headlines across North American farm country are often searching for ways to make farming work this year. Simply put, for some that have farmed over the last five years, the memory of cropping in unprofitable times is just too far back. Welcome to 2015.

Of course, for Canadian farmers the big caveat is the low ...

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