Ontario Agriculture

The network for agriculture in Ontario, Canada

Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame 2022 Induction Ceremony

Event Details

Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame 2022 Induction Ceremony

Time: June 13, 2022 from 2pm to 5pm
Location: GrandWay Events Centre
Street: Grand River Raceway, 7445 Wellington County Rd. 21
City/Town: Elora, Ontario
Website or Map: https://www.oahf.on.ca/news-2…
Event Type: induction, ceremony
Organized By: Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame
Latest Activity: May 19

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

The 2022 induction ceremony will take place on Sunday, June 12, 2022. As long as public policy permits, it will be a hybrid format with the live ceremony held at the GrandWay Events Centre, Grand River Raceway, 7445 Wellington County Rd. 21, Elora. There will also be an option for guests to join us virtually.

Registration to attend the event in person is $25.00. There is no cost to join virtually however you must still register. To register for either in person or virtual attendance click here. Registration will close on Friday, June 10, 2022.

You can also register to attend by filling out a registration form and returning it to our office with your payment: Induction Ceremony Registration Form 2022

Comment Wall


RSVP for Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame 2022 Induction Ceremony to add comments!

Join Ontario Agriculture

Attending (1)

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

BeGrainSafe this harvest season

This harvest season the Canadian Agriculture Safety Association (CASA) is reminding producers of the dangers of moving grain and why it is important to BeGrainSafe and follow safe grain handling practices It takes mere seconds to become engulfed in grain, and far too often grain entrapment leads to serious injury or death.

Big Rebounds in Store for Spring Wheat, Canola Output

This year’s Canadian spring wheat harvest could be the largest in nine years, while canola output may match the fourth highest ever, the results of a recent crop tour show. 

Bullish wheat market ahead

Harvest activities are just getting underway across the prairies. Grain Market Analyst Brennan Turner says he's not a big fan of selling direct off the combine unless you have to as prices are generally lower. He says when it comes to the harvest the first few fields are usually pretty good, adding that some farmers have been pleasantly surprised by what the yield monitors are showing.

TESA presentation is always a highlight for the Canadian Cattle Association's Semi-Annual Meetings

As part of their management plan they defer grazing til September on some of their native pasture with a goal of providing at least a year long rest. They also intensively manage the tame pastures, and have additional water sources through pipelines and remote watering systems to extend grazing  on the native grass.

Second hay cut underway: Manitoba Crop Report

Manitoba Agriculture's latest crop report says harvest has started in winter wheat and fall rye, with a good portion of those crops already combined. Reported yields are average for both crops. Crop condition looks good to very good in most parts of the province.

© 2022   Created by Darren Marsland.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service