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AgOntario's Blog – March 2010 Archive (1)

The price to plant 13,000 trees can be less than planting 300 - if you do it the right way

How Trees Ontario helped Alexandria, Ontario couple create dream wooded retirement property on marginal land

TORONTO, March 2 /CNW/ - After more than 30 years working in a steel mill, Daniel Beaudoin dreamt of retiring and living near a beautiful forest.

Daniel began to search for his ideal retirement property. What he found - actually, what he didn't find - surprised him. What seemed like a fairly easy task in rural Ontario proved to be extremely…

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Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

We take a lot for granted

EIGHT DAYS IN November 2019 taught us lessons that I hope we carry with us for some time. CN Rail train crews went on the longest rail strike in a decade and the ramifications of that strike were felt nationally — throughout agriculture and into other sectors as well. We have had grain service disruptions before, and we have dealt with them, but this was something we didn’t know would happen, and we didn’t foresee the ramifications to grain farming and agriculture until it was happening.

Canopy Rivers swings to loss, withdraws guidance on industry headwinds

Canopy Rivers Inc. says it swung to a loss in its third quarter of 2020 and has withdrawn its full-year guidance over multiple headwinds in the cannabis industry.

2020 Outlook: Canada’s red meat sector

FCC Ag Economics helps you make sense of these top economic trends and issues likely to affect your operation in 2020:

Canada and Ontario Invest in Cattle Industry Competitiveness

Projects to Strengthen Provincially Licensed Abattoirs and Help Find New Markets for Beef

Rail Speed Restrictions Could Cause Grain Delays

Rail traffic across the country has slowed down, literally, after a speed limit on trains carrying dangerous goods was put in place through a ministerial order from Transport Minister Marc Garneau late last week.

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