As farmers retire, soaring land values prompt rethink of succession planning

The Globe and Mail
July 12, 2018
By The Globe and Mail
An aging population and increasing farmland values are the perfect breeding grounds for consolidation, making the modern farming landscape filled with massive farms that rely on technology and scale to make money in a low-margin game. 

This feature from The Globe and Mail looks at the divide between generations when it comes to the future of farming in Canada. | READ MORE
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