Regrouping to meet increased demand as well as tackling agricultural policy development will be among this year’s top priorities Ontario’s general farm organizations predict
Japan and Canada ready to negotiate deal that may be easier to achieve and more beneficial, trade consultant argues
Another in an ongoing series of adjournments surrounding fraud charges against PKI founder Arlan Galbraith has resulted in a new appearance date being set for January
photo: A no trespassing sign in front of the property where former Pigeon King International owner Arlan Galbraith currently lives near Cochrane, Ontario.
Policy enabled one new producer each month to have priority access on the exchange for up to 35 kilograms of quota
What is Ontario’s agriculture industry’s top story for 2010 and who is its top newsmaker? Have your say.
A survey from Farm Credit Canada suggests that farmers love their smartphones and tablets.
Plum pox eradication no longer a federal goal says tender fruit board chair
A Northumberland County, Ontario farmer denies her flock of heritage sheep poses a scrapie risk
A former National Farmers Union Ontario branch coordinator says several members are dissatisfied with the organization and want to forge a new one on their own
A tough travel approvals process for Ontario government staff is making it difficult for provincial agriculture specialists to keep current
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