In an interview with Western Standard, Stephen Vandervalk said the government should ask Bombardier to reduce its emissions by 30% before asking farmers.
Wheat Growers Alberta VP Stephen Vandervalk talks about concerns which are cropping up for Canadian farmers, as pressure grows on them to yield more output amid soaring costs.
Stephen Vandervalk, Alberta vice-president of the Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association, told Producer.com, “For me, I won’t be changing anything and I’d say that’s probably 75% of farms,” when addressing […]
Wheat Growers’ AB VP Stephen Vandervalk: “I think you’ll see some more wheat go in, but even with this price increase, [wheat] isn’t necessarily that much better to grow relative […]
“We need some rain and we need some crops in 2022 otherwise, I hate to say it, but there could be food shortages coming,” said Stephen Vandervalk with Western Canadian […]
Wheat prices are soaring amid the Russian-Ukraine conflict, and spurring Canadian farmers to boost production. Stephen Vandervalk, Alberta vice president of Western Canadian Wheat Growers, tells BNN Bloomberg that the […]
“The spring wheat market is on a tear,” said Stephen Vandervalk, vice president of Alberta for the Western Canadian Wheat Growers. “There’s no doubt that this price increase that’s happening […]