This year’s Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been cancelled, but the Royal’s Board of Directors say they are working hard to make the event’s 100th celebration in 2022 bigger and stronger then ever.
Agricultural and horticultural societies in Ontario is continuing financial support from the Ontario government because of the pandemic.
The United Nations says world hunger is worsening, most likely related to the fallout of COVID-19.
Two companies have announced a collaboration focused on developing and delivering new solutions for challenges faced by soybean farmers.
Farmers in the Bayfield and Lake Huron tributary watersheds who are considering planting a cover crop this year can get some help from the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority.
A $1.48 million boost from the federal government will support extractX Inc. to develop a mobile, ethanol-based extraction lab for biomass processing.
Canada has a new Chief Veterinary Officer and delegate for the World Organization for Animal Health.
The Ontario government is changing biogas rules to create new ways for farmers to expand the emerging biogas and renewable natural gas market in the province, creating economic opportunities while maintaining the province’s strict environmental protections.
Beef Farmers of Ontario is hosting a “Managing Forages and Pastures in Dry Conditions” webinar later this month.
Rainfall was welcomed in recent days.