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"I don't think you are not too far off Mary Ann. The idea that the cost of rooftop p…"

Andrew Campbell replied Jul 6, 2010 to Solar Prices Drop -- Blood Pressure Rises

15 Jul 21, 2010
Reply by Joe Dales

"Wow! Did I read that right in the article?!?!... "Beckett estimates that most homeo…"

Andrew Campbell replied May 3, 2010 to Smart Meters and high consumption

21 Jan 5, 2012
Reply by John Schwartzentruber

"Talking about holding feet to the fire - found this to be interesting - out of the O…"

Andrew Campbell replied Jan 25, 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

"Thanks Bristow. They have been removed from the site. 2 other profiles have been de…"

Andrew Campbell replied Jan 11, 2010 to We have a scammer on site scammer Veronica Conte

2 Jan 11, 2010
Reply by Bristow

"Here is another new report from the George Morris Centre - and their thoughts on SM…"

Andrew Campbell replied Oct 28, 2009 to Supply Management for Pigs

12 Nov 18, 2009
Reply by pigsrgr8

"Try this... http://www.ontariopork.on.ca/User/Docs/Research/reports/09-23-09_supply…"

Andrew Campbell replied Oct 23, 2009 to Supply Management for Pigs

12 Nov 18, 2009
Reply by pigsrgr8

"I don't understand this Wayne. These are children who are developing and learning an…"

Andrew Campbell replied Oct 5, 2009 to Meat in the news and off the menu

4 Oct 5, 2009
Reply by Wayne Black

"http://www.ottawacitizen.com/technology/Ontario+requirement+added+Ontario+green+ener…"

Andrew Campbell replied Sep 25, 2009 to OFA opposes solar farm installations on farmland

13 Feb 21, 2010
Reply by newbie

"Wayne - you've got a point here - however I your point about twisting information to…"

Andrew Campbell replied Sep 9, 2009 to Grocery Bill Up - Farmers Share Down

20 Oct 5, 2009
Reply by OntAG Admin

"This is amazing. I can't think of one other company that has continue to pay employe…"

Andrew Campbell replied Sep 7, 2009 to Chapman's Dairy fire in Markdale

6 Sep 8, 2009
Reply by John Beardsley

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Learn more about risk management at The Dish

Risk management is critical in farming today as producers deal with the inherent uncertainties of agriculture. By adopting strategies that limit risks posed by unpredictable weather conditions, changing markets, or volatile geopolitical factors, producers can protect and grow their operation. Each producer needs to examine their situation and the tools available to them before making risk management decisions. Luckily, an upcoming information session, The Dish at AgSmart, will equip farmers with the diverse tools and strategies they need to navigate the complexities of agricultural risk management. The Dish, hosted by Agriculture Financial Services (AFSC), takes place July 30 in Olds and will feature lunch and networking opportunities. “This year’s session of The Dish will give young, new and existing producers an opportunity to really look at what risk management entails,” said Darryl Kay, AFSC’s chief executive officer. “Attendees will have an opportunity to learn from industry exp

Canadian Cattle Young Leaders Travel to Ontario for Annual Spring Forum

Last week, the Canadian Cattle Young Leaders (CYL) Program hosted its annual Spring Forum offering unique learning and networking opportunities for the next generation of beef industry leaders. This year’s forum took place from June 6 to June 8, in Guelph and surrounding area. The annual event brings together the program’s 16 participants (ages 18 to 35) from across Canada, for three days of industry tours, classroom learning sessions and networking opportunities. Speakers and session topics included: building your personal and professional brand, public speaking training, leadership and policy development within the Canadian beef industry, beef sustainability, financial literacy, and the latest innovations in precision agriculture technology. Young leaders had the opportunity to tour the McDonald’s Canada headquarters in Toronto with networking sessions with leaders across sustainability, communications, supply chain, government affairs and had a unique opportunity to meet and in

Canadian Cattle Young Leaders names its 2024 Program semi-finalists

The Canadian Cattle Association’s (CCA) Canadian Cattle Young Leaders (CYL) Program is pleased to announce its semi-finalists for the upcoming 2024-2025 program year. Established by CCA in 2010, the Canadian CYL Program welcomes young people ages 18-35 from across Canada involved in all areas of the beef supply chain. The Canadian CYL Program aims to build the next generation of industry leaders by providing unique mentorship, training, and professional and personal development opportunities in the Canadian beef industry. Semi-finalists were selected by a judging panel from impressive written applications submitted from across the country. Applications are available annually from early January to the end of March on the Canadian CYL Program website. Semi-finalists are invited to attend the annual CYL Selections Competition on August 20, 2024, during the Canadian Beef Industry Conference in Saskatoon, SK. The semi-finalists will participate in judged roundtable discussions on timely

AGCO Announces New Production Ag and Rural Lifestyle Dealership Locations in 2024

a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, announced today several new locations opened this year in its Production Ag and Rural Lifestyle dealership networks.

AGCO Dealership Launches Same-Day Parts Delivery Service

AGCO (NYSE: AGCO), a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, announced the launch of AgRevolution's™ same-day delivery service for machinery parts

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