Farmers in Canada now comprise only two percent of the total population.
Grain Farmers of Ontario encourages all of its farmer-members to become an agvocate for the day.
There’s always a lot to celebrate in Canadian agriculture – safe and nutritious food, accessible markets, pride in being a part of such as successful and innovative industry, and so much more.
Family farms are still the backbone of agriculture in Canada.
Grain Farmers of Ontario would like to congratulate Kevin O’Rourke of Dublin, ON. as the winner of January’s March Classic early bird draw! Kevin will be receiving a Good in Every Grain soft shell jacket.
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) took part in the Rural Ontario Municipal Association (ROMA) annual conference this week.
I have been caught twice so far this winter trying to make it home in blinding, blowing snow.
My name is Amanda Craven and I am a participant in Grain Farmers of Ontario’s Grains in Action.
There’s an alarming trend in rural Ontario. Schools are closing down and the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is very concerned about the impact these closures will have on our children, our families and our rural communities.
The CFFO is concerned about the vitality of our rural communities. As farms grow bigger, the impact on rural society is becoming more evident.