History: The future of Canadian agriculture depends on Canada’s food exports

Reprinted from the March 1947 issue of Canadian Cattlemen

The future of Canadian agriculture depends on Canada’s food exports
By R.R. Furlong, General Sales Manager, Burns & Co. Limited

‘Canada is one of five areas of the world which produces more food than its population can normally consume. And Canada has not yet reached the maximum of its potential production. Advanced farming methods brought about by the war, improved post-war implements and machines, expanding rural electrification, will all contribute to increasing production potentials of the individual Canadian farm and the individual farmer.’

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