The OFA is disappointed with the provincial government’s recent response to Bill C-40.
The algae bloom in western Lake Erie last summer sent shock waves through the agriculture community.
Do you have a few moments to talk about safety? Or are you going to wait until you lose a hand, or maybe your life?
The extreme preliminaries are over. The regular preliminaries are about to begin.
As farmers, we’ve all been touched by on-farm injuries or deaths.
While much of society is able to keep functioning throughout the stretch of extreme cold, there are some unique problems for those of us who are involved in livestock agriculture.
Four significant land use plans are under review and the process could have significant implications for Ontario farmers.
The new fifty kilometer corridor will carve its way through good farm land in the greenbelt just south of the Niagara Escarpment.
I certainly hope this one turns out well, and this is one time when I really don’t envy a municipal council’s decision making responsibilities.
By Paul Wettlaufer, Board member, Ontario Federation of Agriculture As farmers, we know weather impacts every aspect of our farm businesses. Weather changes dictate our daily schedules, cropping seasons and even our bottom lines. That’s one of the reasons the Ontario Federation of Agriculture is taking climate change seriously. Climate change is being discussed at […]