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tobacco farmers take advantage
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http://www.lfpress.com/news/london/2010/02/16/12895161.htmlbefore long they'll be asking for another 300m saying they can't…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by rein minnema Feb 17, 2010.

Supply Management for Pigs
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Here's a story from CFCO radio in Chatham...Hog producers who had been hoping for a supply managed system, similar to the dairy and egg boards may be disappointed with a study out of Ridgetown.…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by pigsrgr8 Nov 18, 2009.

mcguinty laughs at pig farmers
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from cbc - Seven pink piglets in a makeshift pigpen were left outside Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty's constituency office on Kilborn Avenue in Ottawa Tuesday morning.The plywood pen, which…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by pigsrgr8 Aug 30, 2009.

 

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Confirmed finding of African swine fever in Haiti

Following the confirmed finding of African swine fever (ASF) in the Dominican Republic in July 2021, ASF has since been confirmed in Haiti.

Ag In The Classroom Launches Virtual Farm Tour Program

Agriculture in the Classroom Manitoba (AITC-M) has launched Follow the Farmers, a new virtual farm tour program for students in Grades 3-6. “This new program will help bring farming and agriculture to classrooms across the province in a time when getting out to a farm is just not possible,” said Sue Clayton, AITC-M’s Executive Director. “Since students can’t go to the farm, we’re bringing the farms to them, giving them the opportunity to learn, ask questions and increase their overall ag literacy.”

Grain Growers of Canada congratulate PM Justin Trudeau, urge a renewed focus on farmers’ priorities

The Grain Growers of Canada would like to congratulate Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the Liberal Party of Canada on their results in yesterday’s federal election.

Governments Investing $2.5 million to Bring Agri-food Research to Market

The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing $2.5 million to turn innovative ideas and solutions into marketable products that will strengthen Ontario’s agri-food sector and ensure Ontarians continue to have access to safe, high quality food the province is known for.

De Dell Seeds Has Turned Over a New Leaf

De Dell Seeds has turned over a new leaf, and transferred its ownership and management to the next generation. Founded by Vince Trudell in 1999, De Dell Seeds has grown and evolved over the past 22 years while maintaining its family roots.

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