It looks like the rallying of London-area farmers has paid off now that the Ministry of Transportation announced it has new plans for a Hwy. 401 overpass.
The Bank of Montreal’s chief economist predicts about 2% growth for Southwestern Ontario.
Dr. Oetker is stepping up production at its London facility as it closes the doors to its manufacturing plant in New Brunswick.
he Top 25 rankings come from CanWest DHI and Valacta and are based on a Herd Management Score.
The Ontario Agricultural College at the University of Guelph is getting $25,000 to study current and future human resource needs in the province’s agriculture and agri-food sectors.
The federal government is spending some money to review organic standards and support a new guide for producers, processors, handlers and manufacturers.
Pork producers will learn all about the latest technologies in the industry at the upcoming South Western Ontario Pork Conference (SWOPC).
There is split reaction on how well the deal will work for the agriculture industry.
Gay Lea started in 1958.
Members of the Bayfield Agricultural Society has presented plans for a new building on its property behind the arena.