General farm organizations are working together on the Timing Matters Peer-to-Peer pilot program.
Ontario’s rural communities offer tremendous potential for the entire province and our economy.
Any industry that wants to stay competitive today needs to choose its customers and/or market base and provide a consistent quality product.
This campaign is an opportunity to engage youth with Ontario grains and agriculture.
Grey Bruce Farmers Week started in 1968 and was originally a conference several days long focusing on dairy, beef and crops.
Seminars will be led by Marty Hibbs, grain merchandiser with Grain Farmers of Ontario.
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) begins 2018 with a clear set of priorities to drive our advocacy work throughout the year.
he meetings are called to receive reports and elect the District voting delegates and Grain Farmers of Ontario directors for the coming year.
Pushing right to the end of the year, December 31 saw the close of the consultation window on “New Horizons: Ontario’s Draft Agricultural Soil Health and Conservation Strategy.” Listen here: The Soil Health Strategy puts the spotlight on something which does not have the charm or public appeal of cute baby animals or sprawling green […]
It is estimated that this New Years, over forty per cent of Canadians will make a New Year’s resolution.