Canadian Canola Growers Association

Maximize Your Canola Grade in this Challenging Year

September 28, 2021Hub Article

​​​​​​​​​​​​​This year, it's especially important to understand the quality of canola in your bins, as well as the official processes for determining grade and dockage. Severe weather events in 2021 have affected crop quality and caused extensive variability within fields and between fields in the same region. The more you know about the quality of your stored grain, the better position you'll be in to effectively market the 2021 crop.

Canadian Canola Growers Association reached out to the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC)​ to find out the most common quality issues that canola farmers should be looking out for this harvest. The CGC said potential quality issues could include smaller canola... (read more)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​This year, it's especially important to understand the quality of canola in your bins, as well as the official processes for determining grade and dockage. Severe weather events in 2021 have affected crop quality and caused extensive variability within fields and between fields in the same region. The more you know about the quality... (read more)

Election 2021: Growing Canadian Prosperity with Canola

August 18, 2021Hub Article

​​​​​​​​​​It's been a tough growing season for canola farmers with extreme heat and lack of moisture across the Prairies. Canadian canola farmers are resilient and with the right tools and policies they can continue growing prosperity for their farms, and their communities, for years to come.

Canola has grown to be a strong contributor to Canada's... (read more)