But frustration is also growing about the lack of north-friendly provincial agricultural policies, says researcher
Quebec processor sees Ontario hogs as a way to cope with restrictions at home
Incomplete paperwork jams the first flow of government funds to Canadian hog producers hoping to exit the industry
UPDATE: Oct. 28, 2009, 4:50 PM — What's the most hog buyout program administrators are prepared to pay per animal? See Catherine Scovil, associate director of the Canadian Pork Council's response
Ontario’s Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Appeal Tribunal is told to take another look at a group of former milk producers’ request to be exempted from paying quota transfer assessment
UPDATE: Mon. Oct. 26, 2009 2:08 PM
Smallest farm group ponders implications of keeping its fee the same
Wayne Bartels has found some money to pay his utility bill but his reprieve may be short-lived.
photo: Wayne Bartels
The 18-month program aims to help smaller communities share information on how to attract skilled workers
Photo: Mark Wales
Agri Flexibility is ‘nothing like what we asked for’
Market analyst disputes Conference Board of Canada’s rosy predictions for food manufacturing and warns recession will affect the prices farmers receive for commodities
Unprecedented look at present and future food production in Thunder Bay, Dryden/Kenora, Rainy River and Cochrane areas
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