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Are you a farmer in SW Ontario? - Fill out this survey on Precision Agriculture and Broadband!

Connectivity and Precision Agriculture in SW Ontario Crop Farming GUELPH, ONTARIO (October 18, 2016) – Researchers at the Ontario Agricultu…

Started by Emily DuncanLatest Reply

See this great Ag Video: "SPRAYING HERBICIDE IN IOWA [2160p HD]

See This New Ag Video: “Herbicide Spraying In Iowa” [2160p HD] https://youtu.be/o_MOgTK8s5Q

Started by Robert FryeLatest Reply

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Attention Hunters!

Attention Hunters! When the rural fashion scene is dominated by neon orange and camouflage, you know its hunting season. I’ve been lucky…

Started by Peter Gredig

9 May 1
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Looking to start farm business

Hi there. I was wondering if someone here is familiar what are the programs offered if I want to start farming cow business ?  What do prog…

Started by Maja Jurisic

0 Jan 25

Looking for test fields for crop health mapping with drone/UAV, free maps provided to owner

I have a startup company called Airborne Recon Canada. We will be offering aerial crop health mapping and other services for the 2018 growi…

Started by Shawn Beringer

0 Jan 5, 2018

vietnam trip

im planning a trip to vietnam this february  and i see a group from ontario went last year .is there someone willing to answer some questio…

Started by karen hescock

0 Dec 6, 2017

Bioprinting living tissue

No doubt in my mind 3D printing will be the next revolutionary change in agriculture in Ontario.  There have been some recent advances in…

Started by Joann

0 Aug 19, 2017

Are you a farmer in SW Ontario? - Fill out this survey on Precision Agriculture and Broadband!

Connectivity and Precision Agriculture in SW Ontario Crop Farming GUELPH, ONTARIO (October 18, 2016) – Researchers at the Ontario Agricultu…

Started by Emily Duncan

0 Oct 18, 2016

Director of Operations opportunity - Agriculture

This strategic and tactical role provides leadership to field services and sales with multi-provincial responsibility with an emphasis on o…

Started by Jason Wilson

0 Oct 14, 2016

Join us for the Ag 4.0 Summit + Innovation Tour, Nov 2-3 in Meaford

Grey County is home to exceptional innovation in agriculture, food, and rural entrepreneurship. We work with leaders at home and abroad to…

Started by Ashleigh Weeden

0 Oct 11, 2016

Toronto Real Estate Board

A "representative" of the Toronto Real Estate Board called a farmer that recently sold property.  She knew the name of the buyer, location…

Started by Joann

0 Sep 7, 2016

Anyone familiar with Lobsinger Bros The Lion Threshing Machines?

Photo from a panel from an old Lobsinger Bros The Lion Threshing machine.

Started by OntAG Admin

0 Jul 13, 2016

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

CLEANING UP THE FIELDS

Prior to soybean harvest and certainly after harvest the weed escapes are obvious. Some fields required a preharvest burndown just to facilitate harvest and reduce the risk of dirt tagging especially on IP soybeans.

CFA welcomes new Liberal minority government

The Canadian Federation of Agriculture would like to congratulate Justin Trudeau and welcomes the Liberal party back into office.

CPEPC Congratulates Prime Minister Trudeau on Winning a Plurality of Seats

The Canadian Poultry and Egg Processors Council (CPEPC) congratulates Prime Minister Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada on winning a plurality of seats in the House of Commons and looks forward to working with the new government to build a more sustainable, competitive and thriving Canadian poultry and egg processing industry.

Dairy Farmers of Canada eager to work with new government

Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) congratulates Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party on winning the 2019 federal election, and forming a minority government.

Ontario Farm Input Prices Mixed Compared to a Year Earlier

Ontario producers may be paying less for fuel this fall, but pesticides and fertilizer are costing them slightly more compared to a year earlier.

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