Ontario’s PED count is now up to 40 with the latest Bruce and Lambton County confirmations.
Scoitabank says stronger hog and cattle prices pushed up it’s agricultural commodity index in February.
The Canadian Pork Council says the industry’s goal should be the elimination of PED in this country.
An activist who used to rail against GMO’s now says they’re needed to feed a growing world population.
Federation of Agriculture members in Grey, Bruce and Huron have briefed their political representatives on major issues.
It’s a silver lining around the PED cloud for the hog sector.
The provincial working group report on bees and neo-nics is drawing criticism from the Ontario Beekeepers Association.
Farrow-to-finish hog operations in Huron and Perth among the latest added to Ontario’s PED infected list – CKNX
Midday ag news report for March 19.
The Grain Farmers of Ontario have their 2014 directors in place.
The OFA is concerned about schools closing that support agriculture.