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Potatoes alone are the largest agricultural commodity in the province, and typically have an annual farm value nearing 200 million dollars, representing over fifty percent of total farm cash receipts (PEI Department of Agriculture, Fisheries, Aquaculture and Forestry 2004). Overall, primary agriculture and related agri-food processing contributes eleven percent to the provin-cial Gross.
Prince Edward Island was known by many names before it received its present one. The indigenous Aboriginal people, the Mi’kmaq, called the Island “Abegweit,” which means “the land cradled.
Introduction. Potatoes are the single most important agricultural commodity in Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada. In 2003, for example, the crop was planted to 42,898 ha (or 24.4% of total cropland), and contributed more than 52% of total farm cash receipts (Government of PEI, 2003a).Competitiveness in the agricultural industry has led to increased intensification of production systems.
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The farm supplies receipt consist of the details about the services purchased its description and quantity, its price per unit and the total cost. It also shows the date and receipt number and the customer to whom the farm supplies are sold and by whom the farm supplies are sold. This receipt is a proof that a person has done some farming business with some customer.
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Hog Production in Canada. With revenues amounting to over three billion Canadian dollars (see Table 3), the pork sector accounts for 30% of total livestock shipments and for 10% of all farm cash receipts. Hog production is a vital component of Canada's agricultural economy. Each province shares in this production in quality and in volume (see Table 1). Canada is favoured with adequate grain.