Planning is an integral part of farming.
‘Good in Every Grain’ and the Ontario Hockey League are working together to share stories about Ontario’s farms.
OFA is engaging with political candidates about the importance of spreading investments around the province.
According to 2017 stats from the Government of Canada, livestock death due to predation results in the loss of millions of dollars every year across the country.
Canadian agriculture holds tremendous potential for growth and innovation.
February 9th, is Food Freedom Day. On this day, we celebrate the fact that the average Canadian has made enough money to pay for his or her groceries for the year.
OFA is aware that the biggest problems facing Ontario livestock producers are the strict requirements under the new guidelines for investigators to prove that an animal was killed or injured from an eligible predator.
The conference is an educational opportunity for farmers.
General farm organizations are working together on the Timing Matters Peer-to-Peer pilot program.
Ontario’s rural communities offer tremendous potential for the entire province and our economy.