- Mechanization is done in both the countries – sowing and harvesting
- It is done on a large scale in both the countries
- In both countries wheat is grown in areas with gentle sloping.
- Wheat farming is favoured by a dry sunny spell for harvesting in both countries.
- Problems experienced in both countries are the same.
- In Kenya, wheat farming is less mechanized while in Canada it is less mechanized
- In Kenya, wheat farming is mainly for local consumption while in Canada wheat farming is done mainly for export
- In Kenya, wheat farmers do mixed farming alongside wheat production whereas in Canada, the farmers are specialized in wheat farming.
- There is more government support towards wheat farming in Canada through incentives and subsidies while in Kenya these are lacking.
- There are more extensive tracts of land suitable for wheat farming in Canada than in Kenya.
- Wheat farming in Canada benefits from more advanced scientific research which is not available in Kenya.