The first and only independent economic impact analysis of Bill 148 was commissioned by the Keep Ontario Working Coalition. The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is a member of the Keep Ontario Working Coalition, a group of business sector representatives, coordinated by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, concerned with sound public policy to help produce jobs and grow Ontario.
An annual summer event, OFA’s Field Day is an opportunity to engage with MPPs and their staff in an informal rural setting.
Food insecurity is a multi-faceted issue that cannot be explained simply as being caused by living too far away from food, or not having enough.
The event trailer, featuring a corn box and other educational activities for children, was at the Nappanee Fair this past weekend.
While farmers struggled with the whims of Mother Nature to plant crops, the rain just didn’t stop, causing flooding in some areas of the province.
It is clear that the Ontario government is more concerned with reaping the benefits of re-using organic waste than they are in significantly reducing how much waste we generate.
Grain Farmers of Ontario is committed to sustainability by continuous improvement and innovation through new technologies, new research and new equipment.
A key component of the new partnership is a continuation of Business Risk Management (BRM) programs.
Often a cooperative, informed and somewhat personal relationship is what keeps the business relationship going.
Grain Farmers of Ontario’s research department is hosting the first annual GFO-funded Research Tour on August 3, 2017.