A newly published study from the University of Ottawa says bumble bees are only half as likely to be found in areas where they were once common.
The 2020 class for the Ontario Agriculture Hall of Fame has been named.
Bayer released a statement, indicating the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s favorable conclusion about the safety of glyphosate in its Interim Registration Review Decision.
A University of Saskatchewan researcher will lead a five-year study into how to advance beef cattle health and productivity.
Two local co-operatives look to amalgamate some services.
North Perth Mayor Todd Kasenburg put forth a motion at this week’s council meeting to establish a Agriculture and Agri-Tech Advisory Committee.
A budget consultation stop in Owen Sound heard a few points from farmers.
China’s agriculture ministry has issued biosafety certificates for domestically grown, genetically modified (GM) corn and soybean traits.
The Canadian government is asking young farmers for advice.
Registration is now open for Grain Farmers of Ontario’s 2020 March Classic taking place in March.