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"The fact that we have been given a part-time and totally urbanized Agriculture Minister merely continues to reinforce the disdain that the Liberals perennially hold for our rural ridings.
This "appointment" is clearly nothing more…"
"Many believe that the key to re-accreditation for the NFU-O is that they be less vocal about issues that affect their membership, preferring, rather, to assume positions that do not cause waves in mainstream agriculture.
Their past accomplishments…"
"Surprisingly high yields in Brussels area. 40's, 50's and even some in the high 60's.
Yield monitor was hitting 77 in low area of farm in S05T6 beans.
Plot showed T6's out-yielding SO3W4's by 4 bushels."
""But to suggest that livestock producers must prosper at the expense of grain farmers is unhelpful."
Terry, would you consider it "helpful" to see the grain industry prosper at the expense of the livestock industry?
"Not surprisingly, that is exactly the kind of spin one would expect coming from the GFO. The heavily subsidized ethanol industry has done immense harm to the cowherd of Canada at a time when it was already reeling from the blow dealt to it by the…"
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"Greg, your assertion that immigrant doctors can easily practice here after receiving certification is completely misleading. It is not that simple. The profession protects itself well and is not easily entered by immigrants, for many reasons…"
On March 27, 2018, the Ontario Hazelnut Association, in co-operation with Ferrero Canada, will host IF YOU PLANT IT, THEY WILL COME, the 9TH Annual Ontario Hazelnut Association Symposium. a gathering of growers, nurseries, companies, government, academics and executives who are involved in the hazelnut value chain in Ontario.
The Beef Farmers of Ontario (BFO) commends the Senate Standing Committee on Agriculture and Forestry on the completion of the report titled, A Growing Concern: How to Keep Farmland in the Hands of Canadian Farmers released publicly earlier this week. BFO is pleased by the report’s recognition of the need to create and maintain affordable pathways to ownership of, and access to, productive agricultural lands in effort to curb the growing threat that rising farmland prices are having on the long-term viability and sustainability of family farms in Canada.
Chicken Farmers of Canada is proud to announce the election of the 2018 Executive Committee. The elections followed the annual general meeting and the 15-member Board of Directors, made up of farmers and other stakeholders from the chicken industry, has chosen the following representatives: