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"Will this change anything? It be up to the producers, Iet's look at it the positive…"

rein minnema replied Feb 23, 2010 to future of our pork industry

3 Mar 1, 2010
Reply by Joe Dales

"I was a dairy for fifteen years and operated loosehousing for over ten yearsbefore I…"

rein minnema replied Jan 23, 2010 to Lameness in Cows Research

2 Jan 23, 2010
Reply by rein minnema

"that is right a resolution is only a motion of recommendation to a board, It happens…"

rein minnema replied Jan 21, 2010 to OFA is looking for your feedback on "What is your Number One Issue?" Let them know here....

23 Jan 30, 2010
Reply by Joann

"congratulation Huron /Bruce congratulation agriculture Ontario "

rein minnema replied Jan 19, 2010 to Carol Mitchell - Appointed Ontario Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.

6 Mar 21, 2010
Reply by bert

"Are we all mixed up????? Rural and urban interest don't go hand in hand. We see now…"

rein minnema replied Jan 17, 2010 to Preserving rich, agricultural land in the greenbelt

12 Jan 20, 2010
Reply by Tony Gaetano

"that people @ all levels listen to their grass roots and stop with their political s…"

rein minnema replied Jan 12, 2010 to OFA is looking for your feedback on "What is your Number One Issue?" Let them know here....

23 Jan 30, 2010
Reply by Joann

"nobody tried it yet, that is my understanding there is a time coming that all the ro…"

rein minnema replied Jan 4, 2010 to I don't understand

4 Jan 4, 2010
Reply by rein minnema

"It is time to start looking at longterm fixed rates, you do pay a premium but there…"

rein minnema replied Dec 30, 2009 to Just how big a mortgage can people carry?

7 Jan 5, 2010
Reply by Steve Twynstra

"I agree the industry is Cash strapped and new loans are not The Answer."

rein minnema replied Dec 29, 2009 to HOG LOANS DO NOT WORK

10 Dec 29, 2009
Reply by rein minnema

"the story is a bit long, what I like to say is united we stand divided we fall. a ge…"

rein minnema replied Dec 19, 2009 to CFA: Farmers Need Increased Marketplace Power. Do you agree?

3 Dec 26, 2009
Reply by Joe Dales

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