The British Columbia firm that engineered apples not to turn brown after they’ve been bruised or sliced has been bought by a U.S. company for $41 million.
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This symposium is designed to provide information to current and prospective growers.
Annual public education campaign focusing on the importance of safe agriculture.
By Paul Wettlaufer, Board member, Ontario Federation of Agriculture As farmers, we know weather impacts every aspect of our farm businesses. Weather changes dictate our daily schedules, cropping seasons and even our bottom lines. That’s one of the reasons the Ontario Federation of Agriculture is taking climate change seriously. Climate change is being discussed at […]
Overtime game starts series between top two teams.
Weekly grain, hog and cattle market commentaries heard on CKNX on Saturday, February 28th.
Listowel falls behind Kitchener 2-0 in playoff series.
F.E. Madill’s senior boys basketball team earned a silver medal at WOSSAA, falling in overtime to a St. Thomas school 55-53. The Mustangs held a 7-point lead going into the fourth quarter but St. Joseph’s stayed within striking distance. With the game tied with a minute to go, Madill held their opponents at bay and […]
On the Chicago Board of Trade: Corn Futures: March up 3 at 3.83 May up 3 at 3.91 and a half Soybean Futures: March up 4 at 10.28 May up 4 at 10.30 and a half Wheat Futures: March up 13 and a quarter at 5.16 and a half May up 11 and a quarter […]
The forecast for global soybean production is rising.