Canadian Agricultural Safety Week is March 15 to 21.
Ontario is home to one of the most diverse natural landscapes and environments in the country.
Weekly grain, hog and cattle market commentaries heard on CKNX on Saturday, March 7.
Business analysts, industry producers and retail owners have all identified causes for the sector’s failure to thrive, from hype-driven business models to supply problems to black market competition.
The second rail service interruption in a matter of months is creating serious economic, social and animal welfare concerns for Ontario farmers and rural communities.
Municipal land use in Ontario is guided by the Provincial Policy Statement (PPS), first adopted in 1996/1997 and most recently updated in 2019.
This is evidenced in the way technology is embraced and the farm practices that are used.
Investments in rural communities will jump-start growth, farming, agri-businesses, and in turn stimulate the entire provincial economy.
Behind every agricultural policy decision, there are real people affected. Real farmers.
Big things can happen when people take the time to learn.