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abattoirs in southern ontario

hi there, I am just starting up my own food for my family from the farm operation. I have pigs, chickens, turkeys, a steer and lambs and I…

Started by Alix bezak

0 Apr 28, 2016

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

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

Managing Bare Areas in Winter Wheat Stands

How should one deal with large bare spots in a wheat field that is otherwise in good condition? Unfortunately, there isn’t a one size fits all solution because the size and number of bare spots in fields greatly varies. Here are some options and considerations for filling in those bare spots.

The Annapolis Royal Farmers and Traders Market Gets Boost

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency - Investing in rural community infrastructure enhances the quality of life for residents and contributes to economic success by better positioning communities to host tourism attractions. This is certainly the case for the Annapolis Royal Farmers and Traders market, which draws over 30,000 visitors each season and is one of the largest outdoor markets in Atlantic Canada. New renovations will enable the market to provide a consistent and quality shopping experience to customers regardless of rain or shine.

Exploring New Markets for Canada's wild blueberry

Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food and Pat Finnigan, Member of Parliament for Miramichi - Grand Lake announced over $1.6 million to the Canadian Division of the Wild Blueberry Association of North America (WBANA Canada) to market and promote Canadian wild blueberries internationally.

Government of Canada announces investment in women’s organization in Etobicoke

Women’s organizations provide vital services to our communities, supporting women and girls to be financially secure, free from violence, and able to fully participate in all aspects of our economy and society. Yet for far too long they have been chronically underfunded, underestimated and undermined. The Government of Canada recognizes that women’s organizations are the lifeblood of the women’s movement and that maintaining and growing their ability to do this important work is the most effective way to advance gender equality.

Parliamentary Secretary Alghabra visits Halifax to highlight new investments that will benefit local communities and businesses

As the best country in the G20 for doing business, Canada continues to focus on expanding into new markets while attracting job-creating investments to local communities. As part of its trade diversification strategy, Canada is connecting Canadian businesses to new markets, new customers and new jobs.

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