In 2014, the Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario marked its 60th Anniversary of being a general farm organization in Ontario
Grain Farmers of Ontario is asking the government to conduct a thorough cost benefit analysis before proceeding with the approach outlined in the discussion paper.
After thoroughly reviewing the provincial government’s discussion paper on pollinator health, attending public consultation meetings and researching causes of bee mortality, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) recently submitted an official response.
The Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario is a farm organization that promotes, among other things, family enterprise and family values.
The disconnect between government and some levels of agriculture seems to be getting worse instead of better.
Grain Farmers of Ontario is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the March Classic, Ontario’s annual grain conference for farmers and industry, being held Tuesday, March 24th, 2015.
Every spring the provincial government tables its budget, a roadmap for how and where money will be allocated in the coming year.
The Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario (CFFO) is one of the three accredited farm organizations representing farmers in Ontario through which farmers are able to obtain their FBR number
The first half of the first month of 2015 is now behind us, so we are about a 24th of the way through the year.
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.