This week’s Ontario Field Crop Report talks about weather problems and winterkill.
This week’s Grain Farmers of Ontario market commentary suggests we could see some more switching from corn to soybeans in this province.
The National Farmers Union has taken it’s call for a ban on neonicotinoid seed treatments to the Senate.
A Wellington county company that makes a beverage based on maple sap is expanding it’s distribution network.
Maple Leaf Foods is reporting a first quarter loss of 29 point 9 million dollars – 2 million more than it lost in the same quarter in 2013.
The provincial government is offering money to help Ontario beekeepers deal with high winter mortality rates this year.
Ernie Hardeman is taking the provincial agriculture minister to task over the awarding of some recent grants.
Conestoga College is offering a free program to train rural youth from Huron, Perth and Waterloo Region for jobs in the food and beverage industry.
The Executive Chairman of Loblaw Companies says the first quarter of 2014 was another quarter of steady progress for their core business.
Highbury Canco Corporation is still working to finalize a manufacturing, warehousing and distribution contract with HJ Heinz.