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Update on Minister Leal

So, what exactly did Leal do prior to political life? Nothin above. Obviously a career backbencher judging by his lack of leadership on the neonic file.....clearly import Murray has more sway in…Continue

Started Jan 30, 2015

Future of Ontario Agr As We Know It
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Recent events affecting Ontario agr posted here and elsewhere makes one question just where this industry is headed and what it will look like in a decade. One thing for certain is that despite ad…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joann Nov 20, 2009.

 

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At 8:38pm on January 14, 2010, Lisa McLean said…
Steve - great presentation at the LOAF meeting today. I had to sneak out before we got to questions, but I really enjoyed your presentation.
At 8:41pm on October 21, 2009, Wayne Black said…
We have about 8-10 acres left to do - maybe should have trudged through last night but it was getting tough - now they are really tough. Old combine (R50) - slow going. Need air reels.
Started wheat today instead until we got rained out. Maybe finish a couple fields tomorrow if the rain holds off. Soys - might have to wait.
At 12:33am on October 9, 2009, Wayne Black said…
Nice to see you here Steve! Rather be in the field probably though.

Wayne
 
 
 

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