Ag Outlook 2020

Two Sessions: Maple Creek & Fox Valley

Weather and supplies have caused unprecedented market volatility, making predicting markets and preparing for the next growing season a tough job, and that’s where we can help. Cypress Credit Union’s program is designed to provide participants with a concise evaluation of current market conditions, expected trends in crop and livestock income potential, and management implications.

The Cypress Credit Union’s Agricultural Outlook 2020 is committed to sharing the latest economic research and information to help farmers and ranchers make informed business decisions.

Join our economist as he gives an outlook of agricultural markets for the coming year. Participants will get to network with other local producers and stakeholders.

  • Wednesday, February 19, 2020

    Maple Creek Armouries
    9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

    Thursday, February 20, 2020

    Fox Valley Community Hall
    9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

    Compliments of Cypress Credit Union

    RSVP to your branch by February 14th 2020 by:

    Phone:    306.662.2683

    Reserve your spot today for one of these sessions. 

  • AGENDA (both sessions)

    Impact of China/U.S.Trade deal on Saskatchewan grain prices. Land value & interest rate outlook.

    10:15-10:30 - Break

    Grain & Oilseeds situation, outlook and cost of production analysis.

    12:00-1:00 - Lunch Provided

    Special crop outlook & cost of production analysis.

    Cattle/calves situation & outlook.

    2:00-2:15 - Break

    Cattle/calves situation & outlook, cost of production analysis.

Brad Magnusson

Brad has spent the last 30 plus years working with producers and businesses to create strategic business strategies that enhance profitability.

Brad has held senior positions with multi-national financial institutions, government lending institutions, Credit Union central of Manitoba and is currently the executive Vice President of Remember Relationships at Noventis Credit Union.

Brad has spent all of his working career providing global agricultural analysis and market intelligence. He is responsible for the analysis and forecasting of macroeco-nomic and financial market developments, grain and livestock market analysis in Canada, the United States and key overseas economies.

Brad has traveled extensively working with 800 producers groups, businesses & credit unions to present seminars, workshops and courses in every corner of the Canada and the U.S.

He has been a key note speaker at the American Bankers Conference, Credit Union National Banking Conference and a past board member of the Manitoba & National Agrologist Association and board member of Manitoba Rural Adaptation Council.