Agriculture rang through the halls of Queen’s Park on April 8, 2014 when the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) visited provincial politicians.
I’m thinking more of the circulation of maps where herbicide resistant weeds are springing up, in ever widening circles in ever broadening numbers of species.
Ontario agriculture and agri-food was tossed yet another curveball last week with the announcement that Quality Meat Packers Limited has declared insolvency
A new report by Ipsos Marketing on farmers attitudes on the environment has revealed that farmers are much more likely to consider the environment an important issue than consumers are.
Being the voice of Ontario farmers is not an easy task.
Last month, the Ontario Farmland Trust held their annual policy forum, which focused on the impending reviews of the Greenbelt Plan, the Oak Ridges Moraine Plan, the Niagara Escarpment Plan and the Places to Grow Plan
The winners of this year’s Project SOY (Soybean Opportunities for Youth) competition for University of Guelph students have been named.
It’s springtime on the farm, and along with warmer temperatures, many Ontario farmers are also welcoming back seasonal employees to help with the busy season ahead.
Twenty-five years ago, the Bishops of Ontario brought forth a paper on agriculture, which was called the People and the Land.
GFO’s Erin Calhoun on the 2014 March Classic this week in London.