May 1, 2019 Ottawa, ON – Farm Management Canada is pleased to announce IntelliFARM has joined in our commitment to developing and distributing leading-edge farm business management information and products to Canada’s farmers as our newest Corporate member.
IntelliFARM is led by a team of consultants working in Western Canada together with grain farms to create customized grain marketing plans. These plans are created around a farm’s cost of production, cash flow needs, bin space capacity, personal preferences, market outlooks, and risk tolerances.
Their system helps farmers stay informed of market trends so they can make sound management decisions while meeting the everyday demands of farmlife.
“Farm Management Canada is working hard to keep Canadian agriculture strong by supporting business skills development,” says Heather Watson, Executive Director. “We are incredibly excited about our new alliance with the team at IntelliFARM, and their commitment to facilitate advanced farm management practices with their marketing service for farmers.”
The world of farm management is constantly changing. By working together, we’ll help ensure Canada remains competitive in the global marketplace. As members of Farm Management Canada, IntelliFARM will help ensure the strategic direction remains focused on positioning Canada’s farmers for ongoing success, while identifying new and collaborative opportunities to improve programs and services to meet the changing demands of the industry.
Membership with Farm Management Canada allows industry stakeholders and fellow farm management enthusiasts to stay connected to farm business management initiatives across Canada, while positioning Farm Management Canada to play a leading role in the growth and profitability of the industry.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please feel free to reach out.
Lyle Wiens, BSc. P. Ag
Advisor, IntelliFARM Inc.
Heather Watson, M.A.
Executive Director, Farm Management Canada
Farm Management Canada is funded in part by:
Gestion Agricole du Canada est financé en partie par: