Areas in the northern and western parts of the province have had a record number of wildfires this spring, resulting in mandatory evacuations for residents in the areas of the fires. Although the impact to annual crop seeding is unknown at this time
Bill 97 passed at Queen’s Park but without the farmland severance portion
Northern Ontario businesses are invited to participate in a $15,000 agri-food innovation challenge focused on innovative solutions to improving food security in Northern communities.
Strawberry season has arrived at McDonald’s Canada with the return of the Strawberry Baked Pie.
AgSights and Meat & Poultry Ontario (MPO) are launching an expansion of a digital dashboard that links farmers looking for processing space with abattoirs that have immediate availability or are accepting future bookings
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all we ever wanted to do was farm a hundred acers with some beef and goats
they say no one has interest in small family farms
we are a dad 45 daughter 24 son
we would beef farm in manitoulin islands where people dont even care anymore
or look after the farms and fences
but where do people like us get the money when you have no family
we are willing to work and live in a garbage house for anyone that would help us
get the farm and pay it off over the next twenty years
by then i will be sixty and my son and daughter could take over
wheres the help? I know farmers in ontario that have THREE three hundred thousand dollar combines PAID FOR and trade every two years
wheres the support for new farmers LIKE us thats all we have EVER WANTED
All the best to you and yours in 2010!