Grain Farmers of Ontario is recognizing the hard work and long hours put in by our farmer- members during the harvest season. Three farmers are being chosen at random from subscribers to the Bottom Line for our thank a grain farmer contest. Last week, Steve McCabe, manager of member relations, visited the farm of our […]
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Ontario farmland values are increasing by a whopping average of 70% over the next four years, according to the recent Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) notifications. Ontario farmers saw a similar increase across the province in the last round of MPAC assessments in 2012.
Scientific research can tell us about animal natures, animal health, and stress inducing factors.
Grain Farmers of Ontario staff members and directors are spreading the message about the Good in Every Grain with the Growing Connections exhibit.
The need for natural gas across rural Ontario is a top priority for the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) and rural municipalities.
On April 1 2015 I attended the Annual Meeting of the Egg Farmers of Ontario (EFO). The mood was upbeat.
Rural Ontario is facing a critical social and structural concern – the closing of rural schools.
With the power of social media and the internet, activists and animal right groups have influenced people’s perceptions of food production and their decisions on what to eat.
A priority of Grain Farmers of Ontario is to keep farmer-members informed of research investments.
Brussels Livestock report for the week ending October 25, 2016.