Calendar of agricultural events for Southwestern Ontario, beginning June 2nd.
The source water protection committee looking after areas of Grey and Bruce have decided nitrate levels are not an issue in the Walkerton well catchment areas.
Ontario railgrade cattle prices set new high weekly average prices last week.
The USDA has bumped up it’s forecast for 2014 agricultural exports.
A Woodstock-area cheese-maker is representing Ontario in a national entrepreneurship competition.
OMAF Corn Specialist Greg Stewart says about 70 per cent of the province’s intended acres have been planted.
This week’s Grain Farmers of Ontario Grain Market Commentary says Russia is set for bumper grain exports next season.
A new pork research cluster is getting 13 million dollars in funding from the federal government.
After lots of rain, farmers are hoping the warm conditions will get them back into the field quickly.
The president of the Perth Federation of Agriculture happy with the turn out at last night’s all candidates meeting in Listowel.