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Farm Livestock, Farm Crops, Agri-Business, Ag Association

Consumers are Agriculture's Greatest Allies - Busy Women's Guide blogs about dairy farming

Proof is in the pudding.. Educate consumers and show them, and they will be agriculture's greatest advocates.

The author of the blog, Busy Women's Guide recently visited a dairy farm in Wisconsin to really understand where her milk comes from. Here is her post: "The Soul of Farming: Busy Woman’s Guide to Eating Better"
 
 
 

Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

Why farmers rely on cash flow projections

Agriculture is a numbers game. Farmers need to determine a fair land rental price or if their operating line of credit will get them through tight times. While uncertainty around factors such as the weather makes it nearly impossible to know exact revenue and expense numbers, it is possible to get accurate estimates using cash flow projections.

Canada’s Agri-Food Exporters Praise Historic Coming-into-force of CUSMA

Dan Darling, President of CAFTA, today issued the following statement to mark the coming-into-force of the Canada-US-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA).

CUSMA launch: What you need to know

CUSMA secures gains in GDP of USD 5.1B, according to Global Affairs Canada. Trade concessions involve increased market access to Canada’s supply-managed sectors.

Introducing PLATO, the Phosphorus Loss Assessment Tool for Ontario

Keeping soil covered and minimizing erosion is a key principle of soil health.

OFA welcomes new and returning directors to the provincial board

Following a three-week nomination period for directors in five zones across the province, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is proud to announce the return of a strong contingent of agricultural leaders as well as the addition of one new member to the organization’s Board of Directors.

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