A new study suggests overall Canadian food prices will increase only slightly in 2015.
The President of the Canadian Cattlemen’s Association figures the U-S COOL Appeal is only delaying the inevitable.
The CFFO says the government’s proposed neo-nic restrictions are cause for concern …
Canadian officials not happy the U-S is appealing the WTO ruling against COOL.
A lot of leaning and lodged corn in Ontario fields right now.
A Grain Farmers of Ontario spokesman says it’s up to the government to figure out how to implement it’s proposed neo-nic seeded acreage reduction.
The provincial government wants to see an 80 per cent reduction in acreage for neo-nic treated corn and soybeans.
The president of the OFA says the province is aware of the importance of agriculture.
A survey suggests more than 60 per cent of Ontario farmers care about protecting species at risk.
The province is looking at expanding the Crop Insurance Program, and changing the name.