The recent political debate over supply management may seem unexpected to many.
Ontario farms are growing in size and continue to be the biggest producers of corn, soybeans, and wheat in the country.
The 2016 census was the first time farm operators were asked about succession planning.
In a season when timing is so precious, managing nutrient applications around these wet conditions may be more challenging than ever.
This year’s Nuffield scholar is Nicole Mackellar, who is studying the possibilities for branding commodities that are processed into ingredients.
Our growing world population and shifting climate puts increasing pressure on agriculture and farmers to produce more food.
More and more farmers and farm organizations are working to tell the story of the good work farmers are doing every single day.
There was high severity of stripe rust in wheat fields in southwestern Ontario in 2016.
Although deer provide many economic benefits, as well as being significant ecologically, they also pose some key risks, especially for farmers.
Grain Farmers of Ontario had representatives in attendance at the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative (SAI) platform conference.