About 25% of farm businesses in Ontario and Canada are incorporated, and could be hit with a hike in accounting and succession planning fees.
It is important that any changes will work to smooth the road to better succession of family farm assets within and between farming families.
Grain Farmers of Ontario is raising farmers’ concerns about the proposed tax changes to private corporations.
September in Ontario kicks off another kind of harvest.
A challenge to move to better “soil care” based on four principles.
Grain Farmers of Ontario would like to connect with farmer-members and has several upcoming events in the next month.
Heading back to school is an exciting time for Ontario students, but it will be bittersweet for some rural Ontario communities coping with the threat of school closures.
Technology continues to bring in new ideas to lower negative impacts on soils during crop production.
Proposed changes to taxation of private corporations, as they are currently worded, are bad news for the estimated 25% of farm businesses across Ontario and Canada that are incorporated.
August 31st is the last day to have your say on the development of the federal Food Policy for Canada.