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"Struggling to get the last 10% off here. Yields have been okay, test weights general…"

Tom Cox replied Aug 1, 2013 to Has anyone started harvesting your wheat yet? Post your yields and quality here.

4 Aug 1, 2013
Reply by Tom Cox

"Congratulations on the new purchase.  Assuming that your land is reasonably producti…"

Tom Cox replied Jan 27, 2012 to Where should I start??

5 Feb 2, 2012
Reply by Teresa Ainslie

"Always interesting to read and hear the internet and coffee shop yield reports, the…"

Tom Cox replied Nov 3, 2011 to How is your corn harvesting progressing? Better than expected, worse, etc? Results and yields posted here.

44 Dec 13, 2011
Reply by OntAG Admin

"Rain has been very spotty in our area (between Brantford and Hamilton) with some are…"

Tom Cox replied Aug 1, 2011 to Thank goodness for the rainfall...but will the corn and soys catch up and make a crop?

5 Aug 5, 2011
Reply by Joe Dales

"A couple days into wheat harvest here between Brantford and Hamilton. Yields and moi…"

Tom Cox replied Jul 22, 2011 to Ontario Wheat Yields and Reports. Post your yields and thoughts, pictures and videos on the harvest here.

9 Aug 24, 2011
Reply by Joe Dales

"We are around a third done corn, we got chased out of the fields last night with rai…"

Tom Cox replied May 14, 2011 to Ontario Planting Update: Farmers report in their progress. Post how you are doing and any issues.

1 May 18, 2011
Reply by OntAG Admin

"How many rain barrels do you suppose it might take to irrigate a 1000 acres or so of…"

Tom Cox replied May 8, 2011 to Rain is a good thing!

1 May 8, 2011
Reply by Tom Cox

"For ten years or better I've belonged to an email group of about a dozen producers f…"

Tom Cox replied Sep 4, 2010 to Are you a member of a producer peer group? Who do you work well with?

2 Sep 4, 2010
Reply by Joe Dales

"We are nearing the end here in Troy (between Brantford and Hamilton). Yields have be…"

Tom Cox replied Jul 30, 2010 to Ontario Wheat Yields

9 Sep 3, 2010
Reply by OntAG Admin

"Kevin, I had the opportunity several years ago to speak at a FCC sponsored event th…"

Tom Cox replied Feb 19, 2010 to AgVisionTV Online: Kevin Stewart Talks to Dr Patrick Moore, Founder of GreenPeace about Farming and Activism.

3 Feb 23, 2010
Reply by Colin Lundy

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