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  • OPACA Shop-talk: Hay day

    December 16, 2020 from 10:30am to 12pm – Online The closest thing to kicking tires this year...  We'll hear about all the latest & greatest rakes, mergers & tedders.  Dry hay or forage, we're talking grass and how to grow more in Ontario. Organized by Ontario Professional Agri-Contractors Association | Type: online, shop, meeting

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  • OPACA Shop-talk: Digital day

    December 17, 2020 from 10:30am to 12pm – Online Join us to meet some digital tools for farmers & contractors, and a discussion about how ag apps could work for you. Making the most out of JD Op Centre, managing fleets and invoicing. Join us on Organized by Ontario Professional Agri-Contractors Association | Type: online, shop, meeting

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Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

CCA looking back on 90 years

The Canadian Cattle Association is inviting Canadians to watch videos about its formation and its work

Farmers’ Almanac releases spring 2023 forecast

Western Ontario could experience dangerous storms in June

Joint release for Ontario grain stakeholders: No trade concerns with new soy and corn protection products available in 2023

Following a rigorous review of export market requirements and residue potential when used according to the label, the joint Market Access Committee for corn and soybeans has concluded that the risk of any crop protection product residue related trade disruption is acceptable for five new corn products and three new soybean products available in 2023

2023 OPMA Membership Renewal Drive

Thank you for your continued support of the Ontario produce industry and the OPMA

Canada and Ontario Increasing Access to High-Speed Internet in Dufferin County

The governments of Ontario and Canada are investing more than $530,000 to bring fast, reliable high-speed internet to more than 140 families, farms and businesses in Dufferin County.

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