A new donation is going to help the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association expand it’s Progressive Agriculture Safety Day program.
It looks like area peaches, apricots and nectarines may have fallen victim to the harsh winter.
Total corn stocks are an estimated 7 point 01 billion bushels.
43 Ontario hog operations now have confirmed cases of PED.
The Chair of Ontario Pork thinks the different control measures being put in place are working at reducing the spread of PED.
A U-S Court of Appeals has rejected a challenge to block the implementation of the USDA’s final rule on Country Of Origin Labelling.
The National Farmers Union is welcoming the Forage Genetics International decision not to market genetically-modified alfalfa this spring.
The U-S hog and pig inventory March 1st was down 3 per cent from a year ago.
Beef Farmers of Ontario says Ontario railgrade prices hit record highs again last week.
A spokesman for pork processor Murphy Brown says retail pressure has prompted the company’s move to group housing at their company barns.