Ontario agriculture and agri-food sectors drive the local economy.
Ontario Election Day is just around the corner, and Ontarians have the chance to either affirm our current leadership or set a new direction.
The first of three Tractor Cab Telephone Town Halls hosted by Grain Farmers of Ontario took place on Monday, June 2nd with Progressive Conservative member Ernie Hardeman.
The current farm property tax system needs to be fixed.
The CFFO urges its members to explore what is being offered by each party and make an informed choice on June 12.
Modern farms run on energy. It’s one of the most expensive input costs for Ontario farmers.
The agriculture and agri-food sector is an important part of the Ontario economy and rural life, and there are many concerns that different parts of the sector hope to see addressed.
The CFFO believes that the agriculture and agri-food sector is and can continue to be a cornerstone of the Ontario economy.
As political watchers predicted, Ontario is in the midst of a provincial election campaign.
We have heard news of new smart phone apps that let you check the prices farmers are being quoted at elevators and other buyers of commodities.