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Hunting

I am living in Guelph Ontario. I am looking for anybody that will allow me to hunt on their property. Preferably within an hour or so of Gu…

Started by Nick Romanow

0 Apr 28, 2016

Is the Ketchup War Important? French's or Heinz? What Will You Buy? Why?

Here is some of the story on the Social Media war going on. http://www.farms.com/ag-industry-news/social-media-s-role-in-battle-for-ontario

Started by OntAG Admin

0 Mar 28, 2016

3-D technology

There have been a few articles lately concerning 3-D technology.  Most notable was the ability of people to "print" a gun with the proper…

Started by Joann

8 Mar 24, 2016
Reply by Joann

Are others worried about the consumer's perception of agriculture, farming and where their food comes from?

After watching this episode of the Agenda, it struck me that farmers are going to have a difficult time explaining agriculture and defendin…

Started by OntAG Admin

0 Mar 9, 2016

Hay fields left over the winter

Hi there, I have some orchard grass pastures that were left over the winter from the last growing season. Now they are all under about 4…

Started by Greg Castonguay

1 Mar 3, 2016
Reply by Harry Stam

What are you best memories of attending a Farm Show?

Everyone loves to visit Farm Shows during the year. What are you best memories or stories? The Farms.com team has exhibited at Farm Shows a…

Started by OntAG Admin

0 Feb 28, 2016

Advancing Women In Agriculture Conference - Iris Meck Provides Advice To Young Women. Any Thoughts?

What advice to you have for young women considering a careers in the agriculture and food sector. For more information visit http://www.ad

Started by Joe Dales

0 Feb 21, 2016

Agricultural Drones (UAV)

I’m currently looking for a few test farms in the Kawartha Lakes for our newest UAV platforms. 'Must be a minimum of 9 kms away from the ai…

Started by Sparrow Vision

1 Oct 29, 2015
Reply by OntAG Admin

Federal Politics: What Federal Party Best Serves Farmers, Agriculture and Rural Communities? Webcast Debate on Sept 30, 2015.

National Agriculture Leaders Debate to be held September 30 The Canadian Federation of Agriculture will be hosting a National Agriculture L…

Started by OntAG Admin

0 Sep 14, 2015

Vegitable Seed planter

Hello all, I am in need of help buying vegitable seed planter for a small farm of about 7 acres. Can some body plz tell me any place in and…

Started by Mohammad shah

0 Aug 19, 2015

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Five start-ups will show off their achievements on Demo Day and try to convince investors that they have what it takes to reinvent dairy

Agropur Cooperative is holding its first Demo Day in Montreal. The event is the culmination of Agropur's Inno Accel business accelerator program, the first of its kind in the North American dairy industry. The five start-ups in the first Inno Accel cohort will present their businesses and achievements to an audience drawn from the North American entrepreneurial ecosystem and try to convince a select group of invited potential investors to back their businesses and help them grow.

Ontario Announced New Accountability Measures on Government Spending

After 15 years of the previous government's fiscal mismanagement, Ontario's Government continues to keep its promise of achieving value for every taxpayer dollar spent. On Tuesday, Treasury Board President Peter Bethlenfalvy announced the launch of the new Audit and Accountability Committee.

Ontario's To Cut Red Tape to Make Ontario a Top Destination for Global Investments

Ontario is cutting red tape to make it easier for international companies to invest, do business and create jobs in the province. Premier Doug Ford spoke at the 2018 Toronto Global Forum, an event organized by the International Economic Forum of the Americas.

Statement on the Feast or Famine report

Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) President Ron Bonnett made the following statement in reaction to the release of the Feast or Famine report on the impacts of climate change and carbon pricing, released on December 11th by the Standing Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry.

Canada’s coal power phase-out reaches another milestone

Making a transition to cleaner energy helps cut carbon pollution and positions us to take advantage of the $26 trillion global opportunity presented by the transition to clean energy and climate action. Phasing out coal also reduces our exposure to harmful air pollutants from coal plants, protecting our health by improving the quality of the air we breathe. Accelerating the phase-out of coal will result in 260 avoided premature mortalities; 40,000 fewer asthma episodes; and 190,000 fewer days of breathing difficulty and reduced activity in Canada by 2055.

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