Agricultural events for Southwestern Ontario beginning April 28th.
Wheat growers typically split apply nitrogen to push the envelope on yield or to try to get protein premiums in hard red wheat.
Beef Farmers of Ontario says fed cattle prices continue to run over 30 dollars higher than they were at this time last year.
The USDA says the number of cattle and calves on feed in the U-S April first was down 1 per cent from a year ago.
The provincial premier’s office is responding to criticism from Ernie Hardeman over the Local Food Act.
The United Church of Canada is wading into the controversy over the federal Agricultural Growth Act.
The GM of Agris Solar Co-Operative is looking to a time when the co-op will take care of itself.
The Kent Federation of Agriculture is looking for applicants for a pair of $1,000 scholarships.
The Kent Federation of Agriculture’s Buy Local, Buy Fresh maps are now available across Chatham-Kent.
Statistics Canada’s latest planting intentions report suggests this country’s farmers are going to be planting more soybeans, less corn this year than last.