The AgriStability enrollment deadline for the 2022 program year has been extended from April 30 to June 30.
The Grain Farmers of Ontario is calling on the federal government to take immediate action to eliminate the burden on farmers caused by fertilizer tariffs.
A poultry flock in Huron County is the 19th confirmation of avian influenza in Ontario.
Millions of dollars is being poured into marketing for Canadian beef.
Meat & Poultry Ontario is working with AgSights to provide a centralized online booking system for Ontario abattoirs.
A new report released by the Soil Conservation Council of Canada and the Compost Council of Canada, provides a comprehensive, science-based look at how farmers and others can contribute greatly to the nation’s greenhouse gas emission reduction targets.
Innovative new lighting technology will let Ontario vegetable greenhouses grow peppers all year long.
Farm activity is picking up and that includes moving heavy farm equipment.
World food commodity prices made a significant leap in March to reach their highest levels ever, as war in the Black Sea region spread shocks through markets for staple grains and vegetable oils.
Farm and Food Care Ontario is getting over half-a-million dollars from the province to help fund outreach initiatives over the next three years.