For the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA), the New Year means it’s back to work championing the needs of Ontario farmers to all three levels of government, with commodity and industry partners.
Some food for thought from the always provocative and informative South West Ag Conference.
The Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario (CFFO) has identified water stewardship as one of the key policy areas that is essential for moving the agricultural sector forward.
Grain Farmers of Ontario would like to remind all farmer-members of the upcoming Annual District Grain Committee meetings in January.
Ontario’s Greenbelt was created ten years ago, when Ontario’s government placed almost 2 million acres of agricultural and environmentally sensitive land in a permanently protected state within the province.
As we hit the end of one year and the beginning of the next, people often recall or look forward to hot button topics.
A New Year always brings optimism and hope for new opportunities
Just about every farmer in the province has dealt with their own challenges this year, from disease outbreaks and declining prices to weather and the threat of imposed regulations.
My thoughts when I learned that Wildman Pete, @WheatPete to the Twitter crowd is hanging up his OMAFRA hat went from Dang to Fantastic in rapid fire.
We are in The Christmas Season now, and that’s all to the good, notwithstanding the fields of corn that are still to be harvested, and we understand there are a few farmers who are contemplating going out this weekend and planting some wheat. The second weekend in December, to be sure. Tough to argue against […]