Spring seeding is just around the corner… or is it?
Grain Farmers of Ontario farmer-members can enter to win a trip to the 20th International Farm Management Congress in July in Quebec City
The long-term viability of Ontario farmland is at risk, according to a recent OFA survey.
Foreign labour has become a controversial issue in the last few months.
With bio-security issues front and centre in agriculture many farmers would never consider opening up their barns for tours. However Chatham-Kent farmer Louis Roesch holds an annual open house. We dropped in and surrounded by children, chickens and a couple of piglets, we asked him why.
New energy comes in the spring, and with it, a renewed sense of advocacy from Canada’s largest general farm organization – the Ontario Federation of Agriculture
During the past winter months, the CFFO Policy Tour has been travelling the province and created a lot of discussion on a number of topics involving farming and rural Ontario.
This week on Simon’s Say On Ag, a conversation with the Chair of Grain Farmers of Ontario Mark Brock.
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is carefully reviewing the Ontario government’s recently released regulations intending to reduce neonicotinoid pesticide use by 80% by 2017.
At one of the first local Grey-Bruce Christian Farmers Association meetings I attended, back in the early eighties, a presentation was made on the impacts of agriculture on the environment.