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Posted by Joe Dales on March 11, 2014 at 1:29pm
Young farmers walking their fields with DuPont Pioneer this season
Fifteen to 18-year-old farmers have the opportunity to plant their own corn crop with the 2014 DuPont Pioneer Corn Share for the third year running. Corn Share started as a pilot program in 2012, with 18 participants in Perth and Huron counties. Last year, it grew to include 123 young farmers from across the province. Pioneer expects even higher numbers this…Continue
Posted by OntAG Admin on March 11, 2014 at 12:16pm
Creativity and advancements in crop rotation systems in their no-till farming operation have earned Tom Barrie, a Bowmanville grower, and his team, the 2013 Innovative Farmer of the Year Award. Each year, BASF Canada and the Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario recognize an…
Posted by Joe Dales on February 25, 2014 at 10:52pm
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By Trish Jordan, Public & Industry Affairs Director, Monsanto Canada
After a busy last couple of days in my 2014 Olympic Winter Games experience in Sochi, Russia, I was finally able to sleep in on Friday morning as the women’s Canadian curling team had a bye. Happy belated Valentine’s Day everyone!
It was great not to have to be down in the lobby of our hotel at our usual 7:30 am departure time. With…Continue