The Canadian grain farming industry includes about 8,900 farms that grow wheat and 6,600 farms that grow corn with combined annual revenue of about $8.2 billion. Among oilseed and grain crops in Canada, wheat trails only canola in value. Corn is the fourth most valuable crop, after soybeans.
Producers of sweet corn, a vegetable, are not included in this industry profile. Other grains, such as barley, oats, and rye, also are not included.
Demand is driven by global grain supplies and prices, trends in consumer diet preferences, and biofuel development and production. Small operations can
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