By Keith Currie, President, Ontario Federation of Agriculture Mental wellness on the farm is gaining momentum as the industry draws attention to the impact silent suffering has on the health of our farms, families and rural communities. Listen here: The federal government recently released a new report, Mental Health – A Priority for our […]
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Amidst much public concern, changes to the Conservation Authority (CA) Act have just received royal assent.
As we head into June, the later planting date will influence variety choices, population rates, and disease concerns.
The government has asked for public input on the proposed vision for the environmental assessment program based on the discussion paper.
Often, agriculture is seen as disruptive to the sensitive balance of a given ecosystem.
More farmers are retiring, selling their farms or transitioning the business to the next generation.
In some areas, soils continue to remain unfit for field operations, especially in much of the southwest.
The government of Ontario has proposed changes to the Endangered Species Act, 2007, updating it to reflect current public priorities.
Weekly grain, hog and cattle market commentaries heard on CKNX on Saturday, May 18.
A recent decision to drop charges against an animal activist has fueled, frustration, fear, and action, in Ontario’s farming community.