Ontario fed cattle sales were higher last week than a year ago while replacement cattle sales continue to lag behind last year’s volume.
An OMAFRA Entomologist says the province is working towards a more targeted use of neo-nic insecticides.
A U-S professor says his research hasn’t shown any significant yield benefit from the use of neo-nics.
Ontario farmers input costs didn’t go up as much as the national average in the first quarter.
Grain Farmers of Ontario says plans to require licenses to use neo-nics are counter-intuitive.
Corn yields could be slower due to a delayed planting season.
A former provincial ag ministry bureaucrat says Ontario’s Risk Management Program doesn’t match up with Growing Forward 2 principles.
Improving Canada’s food tracing system could give the country’s farmers more global trade options.
A senate report calls for improvements in public and private agricultural research funding in Canada.
A big drop in the number of replacement cattle for sale in Ontario last week …