Listing of agricultural events for Midwestern Ontario beginning July 21st.
Huron County and the Huron Business Development Corporation are teaming up to launch a new program to help food processors in the county.
Innovation was one of the key themes of the recent Federal, Provincial and Territorial Ag Ministers meeting in Winnipeg.
Beef Farmers of Ontario is reporting a bit of a spike in the number of replacement cattle sold in the province last week.
A University of Guelph Ridgetown Campus plant breeder says the loss of Heinz in Leamington hasn’t impacted the campus’ tomato breeding program.
Ontario Pork is looking for pork industry research projects to support.
Canadian researchers are part of an international team which has published the first chromosome-based draft sequence of the wheat genome.
Researchers are putting some exotic vegetable crops to the test in Ridgetown to see whether they can help Ontario farmers take advantage of a new market opportunity.
The 158th Listowel Agricultural Fair is underway.
OMAFRA is reporting that the winter cereal harvest has begun in the province’s deep southwest.