USDA figures suggests corn planting there is typically in full swing from April 21st to May 23rd.
Volunteers in Leamington are sending around 33,000 pounds of canned chicken to communities in need around the world.
A University of Guelph professor argues there is a way to make Canada a global player in agricultural trade while maintaining supply management.
The University of Guelph’s new Professorship in Wheat Breeding spot has been filled.
Holstein Canada had a record year for registration, classification and genotyping in 2013.
Huron County’s Weed Inspector says a decision on a request to have Milkweed removed from the noxious week list rests with the province.
The Nuffield Agricultural Scholarship provides recipients with the chance to travel internationally to expand their personal horizons while exploring agricultural issues in a global context.
Local producers in British Columbia have a new way to market their meat directly to chefs in the province.
A Maple Leaf Foods spokesman says the animal rights group which targeted it’s Hanover poultry plant has a mandate to eliminate meat consumption.
Canadian farmers input costs were down a bit in the last quarter of 2013.