Canada’s agriculture minister is headed to Japan to participate in the G20.
Statistics Canada reports canola stocks were 10 million tonnes at the end of March, an increase of 10.5 per cent compared with the previous year.
A livestock genetic company in Guelph is seeing delays in getting their export license to China renewed.
A $30,000 donation supports The Do More Agriculture Foundation.
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture continues to consult the province on damage to farms caused by wildlife.
Ontario farm groups disagree with a decision to drop charges against a well-known animal rights activist.
A fad diet and bad weather in important growing regions have caused a spike in prices for celery.
Hensall Co-op’s new fertilizer blending facility in Drayton is up and running for the 2019 growing season.
Public Safety minister Ralph Goodale says it’s still not certain that the issue of Canadian canola being barred from China is connected to the arrest of a Chinese business executive.
A study out of York University has found that the American Bumblebee in southern Ontario is facing imminent extinction.