Ontario is calling on the federal government to activate the Livestock Tax Deferral in areas impacted by severely dry conditions this past summer.
The chair of the Grain Farmers of Ontario says farmers across the province who planted corn are facing one of the most severe outbreaks of vomitoxin, or DON, they have ever seen.
The Canadian Wildlife Federation says it supports Health Canada’s proposed phase out of two neonic insecticides.
According the USDA, there were all-time monthly record highs for red meat and pork production in October.
Extreme heat last week contributed to lighter receipts of cattle coming to market.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is trying to reassure farmers that Ottawa’s controversial tax proposals wouldn’t impair their ability to leave the family farm to the next generation.
Canada’s dairy industry is expected to be a divisive topic during this week’s third round of NAFTA talks in Ottawa.
The International Plowing Match and Rural Expo is back in business today near Walton.
The ALUS pilot project tying conservation projects with farms in Grey and Bruce is becoming a permanent program.
A group of international scientists is meeting in Ottawa today, hoping to convince parliamentarians there is no longer any doubt common agricultural pesticides are toxic chemicals.