Nutrient Management Plans were introduced in 2002 to assist in managing nutrient inventory on livestock farms of significant size.
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Ontario Agriculture Minister Jeff Leal is to be commended for intervening in the questionable attempt by the Farm Products Marketing Commission (FPMC) to change Regulation 440.
The government has missed the mark with recently announced amendments to two regulations that impact Ontario farmers’ ability to protect their livestock from predators.
By Suzanne Armstrong August 19, 2016 In the midst of this summer heat, many of us are enjoying the crops of sweet corn, tomatoes and cucumbers that our local farmers are harvesting and selling. In Ontario, producers also grow these vegetables along with beans, carrots, cauliflower, beets, and others for processing, so that we can […]
As farmers, we love to hate regulations that we know are not based on common sense.
The sale of farm equipment is largely based on the confidence farmers have in farm cash receipts
On August 9, OFA will hold its third Field Day event, to bring MPPs out to an Ontario farm.
Grain Farmers of Ontario sponsored Tony Balkwill for a Nuffield Canada Agricultural Scholarship in 2015.
We are facing the prospect of losing our right to collective bargaining when it comes to negotiating the prices of processing vegetables we grow.
Tim Hortons is concerned customers don’t have enough time to properly sort their garbage into bins placed alongside drive-through lanes, so it has taken the trash cans away.