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"I went, was disapointed in turn out maybe 125 to 150 people,likely only 100 farmers"

Tom Murray replied Apr 23, 2011 to Farmers Matters Political Meeting

4 Apr 26, 2011
Reply by Steve Twynstra

"I think it was a good decision. I still worry about the costs of universal services.…"

Tom Murray replied May 18, 2010 to Minister of Agriculture Provides Information on Ontario Hog Marketing. What Do Pork Producers Think of the Ruling?

2 May 19, 2010
Reply by Harry Stam

"The real point is one of our leadership has to step up and tell us what needs to be…"

Tom Murray replied Mar 22, 2010 to TIME TO RALLY

20 Mar 22, 2010
Reply by Tom Murray

"Do you think that there might be to many orginizations. I belong to several and the…"

Tom Murray replied Mar 20, 2010 to TIME TO RALLY

20 Mar 22, 2010
Reply by Tom Murray

"It is not wether we need to push them but how we push them. I do not think they are…"

Tom Murray replied Mar 19, 2010 to TIME TO RALLY

20 Mar 22, 2010
Reply by Tom Murray

"I think a rally invoving all provinces at their own legislative buildings and one in…"

Tom Murray replied Mar 6, 2010 to TIME TO RALLY

20 Mar 22, 2010
Reply by Tom Murray

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Tom Murray replied Mar 6, 2010 to TIME TO RALLY

20 Mar 22, 2010
Reply by Tom Murray

"Count me in for your group. I sell pork/beef and chicken to local people and have wo…"

Tom Murray replied Feb 10, 2010 to Regulatory Burdens on Slaughter Facilities.

16 May 26, 2010
Reply by Joe Dales

"She can not possibly be any worse than Leona. Hopefully coming from Huron-Bruce she…"

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

6 Mar 21, 2010
Reply by bert

"Will the packers come on board?? There will still be an export demand as the economy…"

Tom Murray replied Oct 16, 2009 to Recovery Plan for Ontario Pork Industry

5 Oct 16, 2009
Reply by JoAnne Caughill

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2021 Canola Seasonal Summary

There were about 33,000 acres of spring canola insured by Agricorp in 2021. Compared to 2020, total acres of spring canola decreased in regions south of Huntsville and increased in regions north of Huntsville. There were over 14,500 acres of canola seeded in Temiskaming District, which is a significant increase from 9300 acres last year and is the highest acreage since 2011 when 25,000 acres were seeded to spring canola.

The Nourish Network releases Annual Trend Report for Food, Beverage, and Agriculture for 2022

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UPL Ranked No.1 For Sustainability Performance Amongst Its Peers For Second Year Running

UPL Ltd. has been ranked by Sustainalytics as the highest performing top-tier global crop protection company for overall sustainability performance in the 2021 ESG Risk Rating. With significant improvements across multiple categories, this achievement recognises the work that UPL is doing to Reimagine Sustainability within the global food system. Sustainalytics provides environmental, social and governance (ESG) research, ratings, and data to institutional investors and companies, and produces an annual report into the sustainability performance of companies working in a range of sectors. The criteria assessed by Sustainalytics includes UPL's successes in managing Corporate Governance, Community Relations, Business Ethics, and Carbon footprint.

Can I Plant Corn in Rotation After Canola?

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City of Hamilton votes to protect farmland

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