Municipal funding for rural road and bridge improvements was on the agenda at a recent meeting between the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) and the Western Ontario Warden’s Caucus (WOWC).
It is, as the old expression goes, and ill wind that blows NO good, but it is hard to find any good in a fire.
Rebuilding one of America’s older cities is proving to be a long, slow process but by taking small steps progress is being made
Partners in Innovation, a coalition of farmer, industry, and value chain organizations including Grain Farmers of Ontario, welcome a new organization into its membership last week.
As expected, there were no big changes in the 2014 Ontario budget that was reintroduced by the Liberal government on July 14.
The major trends in the outlook present opportunities and challenges that Ontario farmers need to keep in mind as they plan ahead for 2015 and beyond.
Experiencing production challenges or caring for livestock with health problems is never easy on the farm.
The provincial government announced that it is now making strides to deal with an issue of social and environmental concern surrounding the prophylactic use of neonicitinoid – or neonic – pesticides by farmers in Ontario.
Following the article published in the Globe and Mail earlier this week, Grain Farmers of Ontario has had good conversations with the Minister of Agriculture regarding the regulation and approach to neonics
The preservation of our best farmland is a top policy priority for the CFFO