Farm input expenses rise slightly in 2011’s third quarter

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Rising costs of livestock production in Canada help push the index up 0.4 per cent


All farmers have to do is take out new loans
everything is fine. The days of $100000 combine harvesters are gone repalced by $400000 combines which wear out, what happens to all these traded in combines,why would farmers buy other farmers worn out junk. Or is farmers using the easy payment purchase roll over plan trading and never done making payments.

I read an article the other day which said 65% of all statistics are fake or made-up ,so are these true or false.

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