Canadian food banks are getting a lot of hotdogs for the May long weekend.
OMAF’s Connects Newsletter published May 15th
Some of the province’s hog producers who are owed money by Quality Meats will get some financial help.
OMAF Specialist Peter Johnson says the province’s winter wheat fields continue to improve with warm rains and heat.
Grain Farmers of Ontario has come up with five recommendations the organisation believes will sustain and growth the grain and oilseed industry in the province.
Plans are in the works for a leaders debate on food and farm issues in Ontario.
Deere and Company is expecting it’s worldwide sales of agriculture and turf equipment to be down about 7 per cent for fiscal 2014.
The raw milk issue is much more complicated than a battle between freedom of choice and public health.
Phosphorous run-off and nitrogen fertilizer application are two key research projects Keith Reid is working on.
Over 54 hundred Ontario farmers completed Grower Pesticide Safety courses this year.