Farmers may think they have been granted a right to farm by public opinion and support, but a Lethbridge Alberta farmer and commenter says that shouldn’t be taken for granted and must be renewed on a regular basis.
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Farmers preparing for expected strict rules limiting phosphate runoff can start with the surface of their soil.
An independent crop adviser from Pennsylvania believes the day of harvest is the best time to plant cover crops.
The story in the corn market in the coming year is one of huge supply and huge demand, according to agricultural economist and Dresden area farmer Philip Shaw.
The long warm fall means good things for Ontario agriculture, if there is cold weather to follow.
A number of farmers who are willing to donate surplus vegetables are having an impact on food banks in Chatham-Kent with the help of volunteer gleaners.
The president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture says it would be good for the province if cabinet ministers followed the example of the OFA board and toured various agricultural sectors.
Farmers concerned with the possibility of new regulations to prevent the run-off of nutrients could get some hope from a study into conservation tillage methods.
It is a staple in oriental cooking and food suppliers are wondering if ginger might become a common crop in Ontario.
Ag More Than Ever is a movement that features people involved in agriculture talking to non-farmers about why it is important.