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.
Registration is now open for the 2017 March Classic, Grain Farmers of Ontario’s annual conference for farmers and industry, being held Tuesday, March 21.
Each year, OFA advises the province how taxpayer dollars can be effectively used to grow farming and rural Ontario.
Technology has significantly changed agriculture in Ontario and in many other regions of the world because it has reduced the amount of labour required to produce food.
Broadband internet access is a fundamental necessity for conducting business today, no matter where you are located.
CFFO has long emphasized the importance of family farms.
Grain Farmers of Ontario is pleased to announce a new project, 52 Weeks of Your Farmers, as part of the Good in Every Grain public outreach campaign.