Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show offered an excellent opportunity to learn about what’s currently happening in the industry.
Farm shows and fall fairs provide destinations to network, gather new ideas, catch up with friends and speculate about the fall weather.
By Brenda Dyack The CFFO’s goal in our farming advocacy is to take a long-term view of what is best for the whole of agriculture. We recognize that over time the party in power will change. Strong local relationships with MPPs, regardless of party, whether in government or opposition, are the foundation of our relationship […]
It’s a complicated situation, and one the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is watching closely.
Grain Farmers of Ontario will be hosting a farmer wellness webinar series to equip farmers with useful tools for stress management, getting better sleep, decreasing anxiety, and to stop worrying.
The province is moving forward with the plan to download the cost of some provincial services to municipalities.
Round 3 of results came in this week from the Ontario Wheat Harvest Quality Survey.
The agriculture and agri-food manufacturing sector contributed $49 billion to Canada’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2015,
Agriculture is one of the unique industries that both affects, and is affected by, everyone.
As a result of these unprecedented conditions, there is insufficient data for reliable results for most of the province.