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FarmShift:
Growing Oilseeds in Uncertain Times

Grower perspectives on changing practices, plans and expectations for canola and soybeans in western Canada

A quantitative syndicated research and omnibus opportunity

March 4, 2019 (Winnipeg, MB)
The syndicated study, FarmShift: Growing Oilseeds in Uncertain Times will focus on western Canadian growers’ perspectives on changing practices, plans and expectations for canola and soybeans in western Canada.

The syndicated study, FarmShift: Growing Oilseeds in Uncertain Times will focus on western Canadian growers’ perspectives on changing practices, plans and expectations for canola and soybeans in western Canada.

The study will provide rich insight into growers’ perspectives on the future of canola and soybeans on their farms. The study will explore:

  • Rotation decisions for the crop and for herbicide tolerant systems, the relationship between soybeans and canola, as well as the drivers of rotation decisions
  • Planned changes in production practices and areas where growers need help
  • Marginal price thresholds and other barriers to crop expansion
  • Priority areas for variety / hybrid development and disease issues
  • These and other topics (see prospectus) to be fine-tuned based on subscriber input

Available: Core study and an omnibus opportunity

  1. Core study of canola and soybean producers in western Canada
  2. Omnibus section - insert your own proprietary questions

Clients may choose the core report and/or add proprietary questions targeted at soybean or canola growers. Due to anticipated interest in omnibus questions, priority will be given to clients in the order they confirm participation.

Early pricing discounts are available until June 5, 2019. The study will field in July and early August 2019 with reporting by the end of September 2019 – providing an extremely timely window into current grower perspectives.

This quantitative survey of western Canadian soybean and canola growers will include 200 soybean growers and 350 canola growers (with overlap for those who grow both).

Please click here for the study prospectus, which provides full details on the content of the report and methodology, and includes information on how to subscribe.

 


Director of Research Strategy
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Russell Jeffrey
Managing Partner
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