The CFFO believes that the agriculture and agri-food sector is and can continue to be a cornerstone of the Ontario economy.
As political watchers predicted, Ontario is in the midst of a provincial election campaign.
We have heard news of new smart phone apps that let you check the prices farmers are being quoted at elevators and other buyers of commodities.
The 2014 provincial budget was unveiled amidst much speculation about its potential to ever see the light of day.
It has to be one of the worst things anyone could have happen.
Today’s farmers recognize that the business of agriculture needs to find ways to continually improve the sustainability of the farm.
Following a long, difficult winter for all farmers across the province, planting season is quickly approaching.
Ontario’s Not-for-Profit Corporations Act (ONCA) is one step closer to being amended with the recent second reading of Bill 85 (2013) Companies Statute Law Amendment Act, 2014
As part of Class 15 of the Advanced Agricultural Leadership Program, I have received a number of opportunities to see the different challenges and opportunities that rural Ontario faces every day.
Grain Farmers of Ontario is continuing to support the development of our young agricultural leaders with the Grains in Action Summit ‘Harvesting Growth’.