Economic Viability

Canadian grain farmers contribute to the economic health of the agri-food sector and to their communities.

The Canadian grain sector is an important driver for the Canadian economy. Operating everywhere in Canada, grain producers are central to the economic health of their communities and play a critical role in the development of the entire Canadian agri-food industry. This contribution, however, requires producers to be financially viable in the long run, which involves the adoption of sound management practices at the sector and business levels. Explore this section to learn about the Canadian grain sector’s financial performance.

Reports

Each of the following reports contains an overview of the criteria, Canadian sustainability key messages, identification of relevant industry initiatives, and details on international global sustainability requirements.
Financial Viability
Sustainability means that producers must be financially viable and able to manage production and market risks.

The Canadian grain sector is an important driver for the Canadian economy. Operating everywhere in Canada, grain producers are central to the economic health of their communities and play a critical role in the development of the entire Canadian agri-food industry. This contribution, however, requires producers to be financially viable in the long run, which involves the adoption of sound management practices at the sector and business levels.

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