FCC economists say a weaker loonie is good news for Canada’s agricultural commodity producers.
The CNE’s Ambassador of the Fairs is a male – for only the second time in the event’s history.
The topic of Avian Influenza took center stage at a seminar on Poultry Health in Stratford. Details on that on more in today’s midday ag news report.
The Canadian Federation of Agriculture has made it’s key election policy concerns known to the federal political parties.
A Grain Farmers of Ontario analyst thinks we could soon see the bottom of the wheat market.
The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association wants feedback from the federal politicians on the industry’s priorities.
The popular dean of the Ontario Agricultural College is moving on.
Having a warden elected to a two-year term means a bit of a wrinkle for this year’s Huron County plowing match.
A Perth County 4-H member will be part of the Ontario team at a competition at the World Dairy Expo.
A GFO analyst suggests we could see more weakness in the soybean markets.