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"The soys in this video were IP's. They were a Hyland Seed variety named Sherwin rate…"

Frank Borszcz replied Nov 2, 2010 to Harvest Watch

4 Nov 11, 2010
Reply by Joe Dales

"It turns out that Russian Deputy Minister Shuvalov is retracting or clarifying his s…"

Frank Borszcz replied Aug 6, 2010 to Agostino: Wheat Prices Soar on Russian Drought Which Has Resulted in Grain Export Ban. Click To See The Video.

1 Aug 6, 2010
Reply by Frank Borszcz

"Our Gov't seems to be more concerned about sending relief to places like Haiti and A…"

Frank Borszcz replied Apr 6, 2010 to Projected 41% budget cut at Agriculture Canada...Is this really being discussed? What are they thinking?

2 Apr 6, 2010
Reply by Joann

"I have a Garmin, its great but sometimes takes you out of your way. I have done a fe…"

Frank Borszcz replied Feb 9, 2010 to I think I need a car gps...any advice?

6 Feb 23, 2010
Reply by Jacqui Laporte

"Thanks Dale. Do you do any custom work? If so how do you find the demand for your s…"

Frank Borszcz replied Oct 20, 2009 to Custom Work Rates In Ontario

3 Feb 21, 2010
Reply by newbie

"I just read Wayne Blacks reply and I have to agree with him as well. So I guess Iam…"

Frank Borszcz replied Oct 5, 2009 to Surplus farm houses

26 Dec 12, 2011
Reply by Robert Hillman

"YES I think it should be based on how long the particular farmer has farmed the land…"

Frank Borszcz replied Oct 5, 2009 to Surplus farm houses

26 Dec 12, 2011
Reply by Robert Hillman

"You can put whatever spin on this conversation you wish. At the end of the day, like…"

Frank Borszcz replied Sep 30, 2009 to Grocery Bill Up - Farmers Share Down

20 Oct 5, 2009
Reply by OntAG Admin

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Climate change to push food prices higher, report predicts up to 4% hike in 2020

The average Canadian family will pay up to an extra $487 on feeding themselves next year, according to an annual food price report that highlights climate change as a major culprit for rising food prices, especially in the produce department.

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Storing Of Wet Grain Could Result In Bulk Freezing

With the wet harvest, extra attention will need to be paid to stored grain over the winter.

Food Prices Expected To Increase In 2020

The 10th annual edition of Canada’s Food Price Report forecasts a 2 to 4% increase in food prices in 2020, bringing the predicted annual cost of food for the average Canadian family to $12,667, an increase of $487 over 2019. Canada’s Food Price Report 2020 is released jointly by Dalhousie University and the University of Guelph.

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