Farm Credit Canada is forecasting mixed but generally positive results for the farm economy for the rest of 2018.
FCC agricultural economist Craig Klemmer sees improving canola and wheat prices this fall.
Klemmer expects canola prices to be around 11 dollars a bushel this fall.
He adds wheat prices are better than 2015, but remain at a challenging level to be profitable.
Klemmer says pulse crops are facing lower prices due to tariffs in India.
He says red lentils will average at 9 dollars 80 cents per bushel and green peas at 8 dollars 90 cents a bushel.
Klemmer sees slightly lower prices for beef and hogs this fall but says consumer demand remains strong for red meat.
He says uncertainty surrounding farm trade issues remains a concern in the latter half of 2018.