The preservation of our best farmland is a top policy priority for the CFFO
New technology and a number of strong years with high commodity prices has resulted in considerable investments in new equipment and it is changing the face of agriculture
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For Ontario farmers – and Ontarians who rely on local food – farmland is our greatest and most important resource.
The Ontario election has come and gone and the people of Ontario have spoken.
In a surprising turn, Ontarians voted in a majority Liberal government, returning Kathleen Wynne as Premier.
Grain Farmers of Ontario has successfully completed its three Tractor Cab Telephone Town Halls.
Ontario agriculture and agri-food sectors drive the local economy.
Ontario Election Day is just around the corner, and Ontarians have the chance to either affirm our current leadership or set a new direction.
The first of three Tractor Cab Telephone Town Halls hosted by Grain Farmers of Ontario took place on Monday, June 2nd with Progressive Conservative member Ernie Hardeman.