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.
Ontario and Quebec ag ministers are putting up a united front on the impact of CETA on the dairy sector.
American grain producers have caught up to their five year average pace.
The Perth Federation of Agriculture has awarded this year’s scholarships …
A GFO market analyst thinks there’s some potential for stronger corn prices.