Growing grain in Western Canada is a massive undertaking.
It requires knowledge, dedication, land, equipment and perhaps most importantly, a bold ability to invest huge amounts of capital on assets that will literally be buried in the dirt.
Getting Canadian grain to world markets can be a similarly daunting task.
Each year, billions of tiny seeds are grown, harvested, stored, transported, elevated, loaded and shipped hundreds of kilometres in rail cars.
When they arrive at the West Coast, the seeds are unlo...