OFA’s Producing Prosperity in Ontario campaign supports our prebudget submission, advocating for public investment across rural Ontario.
Efforts by three groups to attract new entrants.
Designated by the United Nations, the day is about focusing attention on the importance of water in our daily lives and on a global scale.
Ag Safety Week is supported by the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA), which works to raise awareness of on-farm risks and provide resources to help farmers improve farm safety.
Nuffield Farming Scholarships are awarded to Canadians from any aspect of agriculture and agribusiness, with a desire to expand their knowledge, pursue new ideas and share their findings with others for the betterment of the industry.
From leadership elections and consultations with our Policy Advisory Council to on-the-ground Member Service Representatives and online poll questions, OFA uses a variety of ways to collect member feedback.
Agricultural applications, such as pesticides, herbicides, fungicides and fertilizers, are a routine aspect of farm life.
Grain Farmers of Ontario will be at the London Farm Show.
Having access to tools and resources for succession planning is one of the growing number of additional services the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) now offers to our members.
Learning more about growth for new entrants and plans for long-term sustainability.