The animal care program put in place by the Chicken Farmers of Canada has passed its inaugural third-party audit.
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Canadian hog production and slaughter is right on pace with last year but Ontario producers seem to be pushing ahead of the curve.
Opposition is already building in U.S. Congress to President Donald Trump’s proposed budget cuts of $4.7 billion to the United States Department of Agriculture.
The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association is pleased to hear that the 11 remaining countries involved with the Trans-Pacific Partnership continued dialoguing on the deal last week in Chile.
Corn, wheat and soybeans all settled lower in Chicago today.
The President of the OFA feels the province’s investment into rural natural gas would be well worth the economic return.
Agricultural event listings for Southwestern Ontario beginning Monday, March 20th.
Agricultural event listings for Midwestern Ontario beginning Monday, March 20th.
Cattle prices in Ontario made significant gains last week and are almost caught up to prices from a year ago.
After several weeks of roller coaster temperatures, winter wheat growers should be watching their crops carefully.