What is the best time to take a campaign into Canada?
According to a new study, the best times to promote agriculture are between now and 2021.
The study, by the Canadian Agriculture Research Centre, examined over 100,000 ads that ran between June 30, 2018, and April 30, 2021.
It also looked at how well each of those campaigns were being received by Canadian consumers.
“The results reveal that the marketing campaign that was most popular in 2018 was that of the National Farmland Council,” the study says.
“This group was responsible for more than 95 per cent of the farm advertising on television in Canada in 2018.”
“What’s interesting about the 2018 campaign is that it wasn’t just a commercial, it was a very carefully orchestrated commercial, which was really designed to convince people that we were serious about making a real impact on the farm sector in Canada,” study author Michael McEwen, a researcher at the CSERC, told Fox News.
“So, the focus on our agricultural sector was very clearly and clearly communicated.”
The study also revealed that the National Farmers’ Alliance, the country’s largest and oldest farming lobby, was the most popular campaign.
The alliance is responsible for promoting agriculture, but it’s also been criticized for its influence on the federal government.
“What we found is that the farmers’ voices are very powerful,” McEwan said.
“It’s the farm lobby that really gets a lot of traction.”
In 2017, the CSEC published a report highlighting the influence of agribusiness on Canadian politics.
It found that the farm lobbies influence politicians, the public and media.
“Agriculture lobbies are active players in Canada’s political system and often influence the direction of government,” the report said.
And, as Fox News reported, the Canadian Farmers’ Association, which represents many of Canada’s largest farmers, was also the most-lobbied lobby in Canada.
The CSERC says the 2017 report was the first to analyze agricultural lobbying since it was created in 2001.
The report also found that there is a “very significant gap” between the amount of attention paid to farm issues and the amount given to other industries.
“While farm issues are very important to farmers, their primary concern is for other industries,” the CSRC says.
The survey found that “the industry with the highest concentration of interest in the farm issue is the food processing sector, followed by the forestry and fishing industries.”
It also found the farm industry has the highest amount of interest and attention given to agriculture in general.
According to the CSER, in the 2018-2019 agricultural calendar, the average amount of farm-related TV advertising was $16.7 million per day.
“With the average farm issue ad reaching a median of 3.1 million views per day, this represents an average of $7.3 million per month spent on farm-specific ads,” the researchers said.
The researchers also found “the farm industry spends an average $1.2 million per week on marketing, research, and PR and $2.3 billion on agribum, food processing, and other related advertising.”
Fox News reached out to the National Agriculture Council for comment.
The council did not immediately respond to a request for comment by press time.
The NRDC, meanwhile, told the Fox News report that it does not “provide data on farm advertising and the content of campaigns.”
The NRCC did not respond to Fox News’ request for clarification on whether it supports any specific advertising campaign.
In a statement, the National Dairy Council said it believes that all Canadians are consumers and that farmers’ interests are important.
“There is a wide range of political and economic perspectives in the farming industry and we support and encourage political campaigns that align with our values, our priorities, and our values of access and fair play for all Canadians,” the statement said.
Fox News contacted the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association for comment and will update this post when we hear back.