Little change in the diversity of land cover since the end of the Crow rate - ARCHIVED
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Crop producers were expected to move away from dependence on just a few traditional crops to better protect themselves from the income risks associated with price downturns and climatic events. Based on Statistics Canada survey data from Saskatchewan, there is only limited evidence to support this hypothesis, at least over the period 1994 to 1999.
Main Product: VISTA on the Agri-food Industry and the Farm Community