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"Well Steve, And what are your ideas, as long as we all stay politically correct we w…"

rein minnema replied Nov 6, 2009 to Future of Ontario Agr As We Know It

19 Nov 20, 2009
Reply by Joann

"Times and society are changing, there are a lot more issues we need to focus on. "

rein minnema replied Nov 6, 2009 to Surplus farm houses

26 Dec 12, 2011
Reply by Robert Hillman

"for those who need to retire on the property after the sale the only option should b…"

rein minnema replied Nov 5, 2009 to Surplus farm houses

26 Dec 12, 2011
Reply by Robert Hillman

"Surplus farm dwellings today are coming from the purchase of a farm property with a…"

rein minnema replied Nov 4, 2009 to Surplus farm houses

26 Dec 12, 2011
Reply by Robert Hillman

"Next question is.............. and where does this #3 and #4 corn fit in to the mark…"

rein minnema replied Nov 3, 2009 to Anyone started grain corn? How is the moisture, yields and test weights?

16 Nov 17, 2009
Reply by AgOntario

"when did this corn get planted and what is your location. we hope to finish beans th…"

rein minnema replied Nov 1, 2009 to Anyone started grain corn? How is the moisture, yields and test weights?

16 Nov 17, 2009
Reply by AgOntario

"Lets face the reality, the greenbelt effect is going all over our province and our s…"

rein minnema replied Oct 30, 2009 to Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters takes stand AGAINST farmers

6 Oct 31, 2009
Reply by Dale Ketcheson

"Thanks for that Dale, I like to put a little more emphasis on ONE thing only I broug…"

rein minnema replied Oct 18, 2009 to Surplus farm houses

26 Dec 12, 2011
Reply by Robert Hillman

"Severing a house has more complications than just setbacks etc. You will get a chang…"

rein minnema replied Oct 17, 2009 to Surplus farm houses

26 Dec 12, 2011
Reply by Robert Hillman

"Think twice and think again, A short term gain for a long term pain.The severance o…"

rein minnema replied Oct 15, 2009 to Surplus farm houses

26 Dec 12, 2011
Reply by Robert Hillman

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