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New business model grows family farm into global player

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New business model grows
family farm into global player

A Regina-area farm is touting a new business model for farming, where growers first establish a market based on demand, instead of growing a crop, and then find a buyer. Also included with this story is an interactive section on the extent to which Canadian agriculture is subsidized.


November 23, 2010
By Globe and Mail

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Nov. 23, 2010 – A Regina-area farm is touting a new business model for
farming, where growers first establish a market based on demand,
instead of growing a crop, and then find a buyer.  Also included
with this story is an interactive section on the extent to which
Canadian agriculture is subsidized.  |  READ MORE