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hi there, I am just starting up my own food for my family from the farm operation. I have pigs, chickens, turkeys, a steer and lambs and I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good abattoir. I have called a few and they seem somewhat unprofessional, not all care for my humane concerns, others have large waiting lists or are too far from me, can anyone recommend an ethical professional abattoir dealing with the animals I raise  thank you

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Edible Bean Yields can be Impacted by Soybean Cyst Nematode

Researchers in Ontario and the US have shown that SCN is not just a soybean pest, it also reproduces on dry beans. SCN saps nutrients from the plant and can restrict root growth. There may or may not be visible above ground symptoms when beans are infected with SCN.

Chicken Farmers of Ontario expands chicken processing capacity in the province

Chicken Farmers of Ontario’s (CFO) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the Ontario chicken industry is growing by three new entrant processors in two strategic market segments – “value-added” and “ethno-cultural”.

Ontario helps to strengthen the bones of rural communities

The Ontario government has taken another step to support rural communities by investing in infrastructure.

U of G’s former Kemptville campus finds new purpose

The rural community in Eastern Ontario received some promising news yesterday regarding the future of the University of Guelph’s former Kemptville campus.

Approval Of Aerial Application

Corn growers across Ontario and Quebec now have the option of applying Delegate insecticide by air, for fast and effective control of Western bean cutworm (WBC) and European corn borer.

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