The 2017 Annual District Grain Farmers of Ontario Meetings have been called.
Here at the Christian Farmer’s Federation of Ontario, we look back and reflect upon another year gone by and we see how we as farmers have been very blessed.
As the snow flies, the temperatures drop and the holiday season approaches, it’s a good time to reflect on this year that is wrapping up.
Ontario agriculture has another year under its belt. A year that may be remembered more for what happened internationally than at home.
Grain Farmers of Ontario farmer-members are invited to attend a full-day marketing seminar during the months of January and February.
Labour shortages are the next growth-limiting factor on Canadian farms.
I often hear complaints that “AgriStability penalizes diversification.” But that is like saying good drivers, who don’t have accidents, are penalized because they don’t collect insurance.
Grain Farmers of Ontario’s Good in Every Grain Campaign has many public outreach plans for the upcoming year.
The work to reduce phosphorus losses into the Thames River and Lake Erie received a boost with the announcement of new funding to develop a five-year strategic plan.
For the past five years, the CFFO has hosted a Leadership Summit prior to the Federation’s Annual Meeting and Convention.