Following the article published in the Globe and Mail earlier this week, Grain Farmers of Ontario has had good conversations with the Minister of Agriculture regarding the regulation and approach to neonics
The preservation of our best farmland is a top policy priority for the CFFO
New technology and a number of strong years with high commodity prices has resulted in considerable investments in new equipment and it is changing the face of agriculture
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For Ontario farmers – and Ontarians who rely on local food – farmland is our greatest and most important resource.
The Ontario election has come and gone and the people of Ontario have spoken.
In a surprising turn, Ontarians voted in a majority Liberal government, returning Kathleen Wynne as Premier.
Grain Farmers of Ontario has successfully completed its three Tractor Cab Telephone Town Halls.
Ontario agriculture and agri-food sectors drive the local economy.
Ontario Election Day is just around the corner, and Ontarians have the chance to either affirm our current leadership or set a new direction.