Two Canadian livestock organisations are welcoming a couple of things coming out of this week’s trade mission to China.
Ontario livestock producers now have access to a free smart phone app to help them calculate the level of heat stress in their animals.
A Guelph man has received national recognition for his work in agricultural machinery safety.
Traders are watching to see what happens if wheat prices drop to around 5.50 a bushel.
Equity in Canada’s farm sector was up a healthy 13 per cent at the end of 2013.
The Ontario hog processing sector seems to be coping with the loss of two plants.
Hiring the right people and giving them the right training could solve a lot of farm animal welfare concerns.
A Woodstock cheese-maker has won a national award.
The former federal NDP Agriculture Critic isn’t happy the way Bill C-18 was sent to committee in the Commons this week.
A band of thunderstorms that rolled through southwestern Ontario hit parts of Chatham-Kent and Essex County with hail.