Join us for two days of learning. Tuesday August 21, 2018Day 1Financial Analysis I – Donna Archer from Maizing Acres will walk us through an easy to use and effective cost of production resource to reveal where profit is found and lost!Whole Farm Risk Assessment – Rob Hannam from Synthesis Agri-food Network covering the…See More
Trade show runs from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm with over 40 local exhibitors. Seminars:10:30 am Keynote Speaker: Matthew Pot, “Perspectives on Global Markets, Primary focus on Corn, Soy, and Wheat”. Followed by “Decision Makers Discussion on Precision Ag’s Future”. To be confirmed. 12:00 noon Delicious hot roast beef dinner. Tickets available at the door. 1:00 pm Amy Petherick, “OSCIA Workshops and potential funding opportunities”. 1:20 pm Keynote Speaker: Dr. Dan Undersander, “Mowing,…See More
Farms.com had the opportunity to video interview farmer and agri banker Clair Doan who is also one of the 2016 Nuffield Canada scholars. Clair's Nuffield research project will focus on how Canada’s supply managed sectors, particularly poultry farmers, can manage during times of uncertainty with increased political and global market pressures. As an advocate for our… Continue
Winter wheat can often be found to survive short freeze thaw events throughout the winter. However, there are concerns about crop damage and survivability, particularly in those fields that were planted late last fall and those fields that were covered in ice for prolonged periods.
Less than a year after its launch, the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program in Ontario announces Thompsons Limited and AGRIS Co-operative Ltd. as the first two agriculture nutrient service providers to achieve certified status.
Over the course of their lives, seniors have made tremendous contributions to their communities right across Canada – and carry with them a wealth of knowledge, experience and skills they can continue to contribute today.
Canadians living in rural and northern communities have unique needs. Access to better and more modern infrastructure, affordable housing, and faster, more reliable Internet Service can make a big difference in the quality of life for rural Canadians.