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Comment by Robert Abbott on November 10, 2015 at 10:08am

My name is Robert Abbott and I’m from a small farming community located in Oxford County called Tillsonburg. As a teenager growing up I worked the tobacco fields as the song by Stompin Tom Connor’s so adequately describes. I work for T.L. Willaert Realty Brokerage Ltd and I devote my time to farm and vacant land real estate sales in an industry I feel passionate about. My blog will be focused on general agricultural news while incorporating real estate topics that effect the agriculture industry within the province of Ontario and the rest of Canada. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them. I invite you to visit my real estate website canadianfarmlandforsale.ca to learn more about myself and the services I provide to my client and customers.

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Yes, milk will be produced with “net-zero” carbon emissions by 2050, a goal publicized earlier this year and recently reaffirmed by the Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO) and Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) to Farmers Forum.

Farm groups team up to demand compensation for fertilizer tariff

Grain Farmers of Ontario and their Quebec counterparts are among the leading agricultural groups demanding farmers be compensated for the 35% tariff paid on Russian fertilizer this season

Disappearing farmland? Not in Eastern Ontario

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Beef farmer vs. animal police

Warsaw beef farmer Walter Ray has largely prevailed at a provincial tribunal in his recent cost dispute with Ontario’s animal police.

Port of Oshawa Expansion to Improve Local Grain Movement

A planned $30 million expansion of the Port of Oshawa is expected to provide farmers in the central part of the province with a better means to move their grain. 

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