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Keith Currie, president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture, is one of eight members that will gather with a chair and vice chair as Ontario’s advisory panel on climate change, the provincial government announced in a statement on Nov. 28. He hopes to emphasize...

source: Farms.com

As of Nov. 19, we estimate that Ontario farmers have harvested 93 per cent of soybeans and 50 to 60 per cent of corn. It’s hard to assess the corn progress given the recent weather. Ontario received 150 to 200 per cent of normal precipitation over the past 30 days....

source: Farmtario

The Ontario government introduced a bill Dec. 2 aimed at discouraging people who would interfere with livestock production and transportation. The legislation, Security From Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act, 2019, will increase fines for trespassers, protect farmers...

source: Farmtario

There sure seems to be a lot of hype about climate change lately. I’m not a scientist but as a producer, a change in weather can affect my business a great deal. The big push seems to be about reducing emissions and removing carbon...

source: Canadian Cattlemen

The construction equipment manufacturer is redesigning its dealerships in order to create a more all-encompassing retail experience for customers in the Building Construction Products (BCP) market. “We took some time and we went...

source: Equipment Journal

Roaming the trade floor of any farm show can yield a few gems. Farm Progress found a couple during Agritechnica that show innovation in new ways. Neither are in the North American market, though for the first item below, that could change.

source: Farm Progress


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