When people think about Agriculture, they tend to think about crops being harvested or grown by agriculturalist such as farmers. Not only that but a few sudden thoughts come by about how hard they work and how much they have to deal with when growing crops such as environmental impacts. But the truth is that not only do they face impacts from the environment but they face a huge impact on the country itself, in this case, Canada. In most countries supplying food to the whole country and internationally is really easy, because their government is supplying easy amount of transfers that can help get the job done. But in Canada competing internationally is hard because they can’t support themselves, only 20% of the 80% farms in Canada supply food and internationally.It feels like some sort of balancing act of a cliffhanger, if it falls the result is negative showing subsidy levels falling if it gets back up, it shows levels retaining and regain numbers. But in both ways, it shows how really we grow as an economy.The gain and loss of agricultural subsidies throughout in Canada and where they rankSubsidies have become the main problem throughout in Canada, the gain and their loss when it comes to agriculture can result in huge problems and can impact Canada in many ways.In each province, Canada gained a different amount of money depending on if the government wants more products, results in more money, or if the agriculturist does not provide much, resulting in gaining less money. Not only that but they have ranked accordingly from most to least subsidized, as the following:Ontario: It is the preeminent farm subsidy throughout in Canada. Commencing in 1999, it started it increase, making the record levels from 2000-2001. At that period of time, Ontario was low in adjusted net income resulting in higher farm subsidy ratio.Alberta: Has the second highest farm subsidy ratio in Canada, and has the inordinate amount of increase of government program payment and government transfers, which developed a negative net income in 2000 of – $ 299,468, and an unpresuming net income in 2001 of $ 47,641. 2. Newfoundland: Not only Alberta, but Newfoundland also has the second highest farm subsidy ratio. It also received a significant government transfer from 1991-1994, which was consistently making the net income low, and from 1998 the farm subsidy ratio remained lower than the national average. 3. Quebec: It is Canada’s third highest subsidy ratio. A record was formed in 2000 for farm subsidization over the past decade. As well as the government transfers increased in 2000-2001 as $ 94 million. 4. Nova Scotia: In the past decade, every farm earned more subsidies than the national average, and from 1999 subsidization decreased. But now this is recorded as the greatest decrease of government transfers in 2000-2001 which was $ 13 million. 5. Saskatchewan: Is the fifth largest subsidy ratio over the last decade. Over the past 2 years, the net incomes were very low in the country. In 2001 the net income was a record low because it stood only -$757,109. Which resulted as the province earning a very large government transfer ( over the last 10 years). 6. New Brunswick: In the past 3 years the farm subsidy ratio was below national average, but for the duration, for 10 years the farm ratio was over and higher than Canada’s 7. Manitoba: It is lower than Canada’s 10-year long farm subsidy ratio average. The farm economy was unprofitable over the decade but gained profit with a ratio of 0.82, farm subsidy in 1996.8. Prince Edward Island: In 2001, there was a huge decrease of potato production, of 39% which resulted in a drop of value of supply. This concluded a negative net income. The past decade the province was the second lowest farm subsidy ratio. 9. British Columbia: It is the lowest farm subsidy throughout in Canada. It is less than half of the national average. Its decade-long ratio is unprofitable farm economy. The farms are operated with a profit in 2001 with a ratio of 0.87. As you can see, each province has a different amount or way of earning money but is ranking so low because of certain actions. Canada as a whole runs a negative net income, making farm subsidy ratios incalculable.Effects on Canadian farmers and how they are impacting Canada as a wholeDue to many other reasons that affect agriculture, which gives farmers a hard time, one of the main reasons is that they only depend on the government to give payments so that they can get the job done. ” Business risk management” the other way of saying something being spending towards any sort of individual or organization that is experiencing any sort of loss. In Canada, the government is spending 70% towards agriculture, those payments are given to a multitude of farms and it’s been said by experts that they are small to compete internationally.Coming in relations at this point, in the past 2 decades the payments that were given towards the farmers from the government were tripled and was almost the total of $8-billion annually.But in spite of that, the incomes for farms had not shifted and the debt levels grew. As well as ‘Canada was one of the OECD that increased payments’ – studies by the Paris-based organization in 2008. This impacted Canada in a way because, in the past 15 years, the country shrank from 15% to 23% of the global wheat market and was 3rd to 9th of total food exports. The reason behind that which could be that Canada approximately has 230,000 farms and the annual revenue is below the amount of only 80% of the farms, half less than $100,000. Any farm below loses money of farm operations, without government support payments. In fact, only 20% of the farms are generating the country’s agricultural products. Legislations have also affected farm incomes, as well in many farmers point of view, over the past few decades products are being export-dependent meaning that the economy is highly dependant on exports which makes them extremely vulnerable . But they have programs for the purpose of providing farms a better position, unfortunately, they can’t sell the product to anyone and can only give them to a marketing board for that specific material. Therefore, this shows the more affects the governments cause by giving, and not giving payments to farm’s results as the whole country being impacted. Subsidies becoming a tough issueSubsidies have become a certain issue for farmers as because of having low or high of grant of money shows the gain and loss of payments of agricultural products. ” With the price of oil and the price of potash and other minerals and commodities going down, everybody could see that as, well governments got to do something”.Even though Canada is very low on the position of trade, people still tend to pay more of a subsidy which could work against the position on trade. Well that’s not the case, not that agriculturalist don’t want to but because of financial situations. ” Given the financial situation we’re in, there has to be an openness to look at that”, said a farmer near Hanley Saskatchewan, when he was asked about the subsidies.Not only that but it has been shown that $250,000 is the number of annual revenue farms needs to complete.In Canada, farmers are earning money for farming than for fam sources such as equipment” .As Canadians, we should be asking our government, you can spend this kind of money but what are we getting” – Al Mussell, he believes the government needs to support small farmers aside and so they stop getting them from wasting money into support programs.A government official claims that Premier Brad Wall “has shown that the government expenses are under review as of the budget process, including farm programs”. The government had issued its 2017-18 budget March 22. In spite, all of that the higher the subsidy, the greater the degree of inefficiency meaning, the money was given won’t make huge differences in the economy of our trade etc, so it will be a failure of the time and the resources given.In other words, as the government keeps on giving more subsidies to farms so that they can reach the expectations only causes more delays. All of these reasons have conducted a huge effect towards Canadian farmers as they work hard to provide necessary needs of agricultural products. Even though only 20% of farms generate the agricultural products in Canada. Not only that but they are highly affected by Subsidies and income programs, as with different sort of ratings of most of the provinces show how really subsidized Canada is based on agriculture, as well as how much we really need to improve and achieve.