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October 2012 Blog Posts (4)

The Agricultural Management Institute (AMI) Needs Your Input on Post Secondary Education and Farm Management. Click Here.

The Agricultural Management Institute (AMI) of Ontario has commissioned the Hemlock Group to conduct a survey of farm managers who have studied in agriculture at a post-secondary level in Ontario and elsewhere.  The objective of this project is to collect and analyse farm managers’ perceptions and attitudes regarding the value of their education in preparing them for an active farm management career.  The survey outcome will be shared with all Ontario and Canadian teaching institutions.  It…

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Added by Joe Dales on October 11, 2012 at 4:12pm — No Comments

FCC Video: Farmland Values Increase In Ontario.

Added by Kevin Stewart on October 10, 2012 at 6:24pm — No Comments

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Dairy Farmers of Ontario and program partners will help small hearts believe big this holiday season with a donation of $500,000 to SickKids

This holiday season, Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO) and program partners are donating a minimum of $500,000 to The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and other Ontario children's hospitals to help bring the magic of the holidays to all children, no matter where they are celebrating.

New partnership between Egg Farmers of Canada and Denny's brings the Egg Quality Assurance™ certification program to restaurants across Canada

Egg Farmers of Canada is proud to announce a partnership with Denny's Restaurants Canada, who now feature the Egg Quality Assurance™ (EQA™) certification mark on their menus in restaurants across the country.

New survey explores how producers are managing risk

Risk is an inevitable part of farming. A recent FCC Vision panel survey investigated the risk concerns and management strategies of over 1,300 producers across Canada. Five major types of risks were studied: production, marketing, financial, legal and human resources.

Two U of G Profs Among World’s Most Cited Researchers

Two influential University of Guelph professors have made the Web of Science Group’s Highly Cited Researchers list for 2019.

Changes to Biogas Rules for Farms to Increase Economic Opportunity in Ontario's Renewable Natural Gas Sector

Ontario to consult on ways to boost biogas sector revenues by up to 50 per cent in five years

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