The winners of this year’s Project SOY (Soybean Opportunities for Youth) competition for University of Guelph students have been named.
It’s springtime on the farm, and along with warmer temperatures, many Ontario farmers are also welcoming back seasonal employees to help with the busy season ahead.
Twenty-five years ago, the Bishops of Ontario brought forth a paper on agriculture, which was called the People and the Land.
GFO’s Erin Calhoun on the 2014 March Classic this week in London.
Just as many Ontario farm families develop plans to transfer their farm from one generation to the next, Ontario farm organizations must do the same.
A Southwestern Ontario success story, and agricultural business is recognized as the Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce Industry of the month.
The Rural Ontario Institute recently held a summit to discuss the state of rural Ontario and forge some ideas around a strategy to move forward.
Directors will now serve two-year terms, following a recent change in our election process approved through a regulatory review under the Farm Products Marketing Act.