\uap>In this webinar from the Alberta Canola Producers Commission (@AlbertaCanola), Rick Taillieu (@ricktlu) discusses why and how farmers are now using twitter as an important part of their business. This webinar covers the basics of twitter and includes a step by step demonstration of how to sign up on twitter and get started. \uap> \uap>In Ontario the popular hashtag # to use are: \uaul> \ua
#ontag - for twitter posted relating to Ontario agriculture
#SWAC14 - SouthWest Ag Conference 2014
#IFAOConference - Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario Conference
#PAG14 - Precision Agriculture Conference 2014
#LDNFarmShow - the London Farm Show at Western Fair in March
#IPM14 - International Plowing Match 2014
#COFS14 - The Canadian Outdoor Farm Show in Woodstock for September 2014
\ua/ul> \uap> \uap>Here is a list of people you may want to follow: \uap> Farms.com Twitter accounts: \uaul> \ua
The president of Bayer CropScience Canada, Al Driver, had just finished talking about why his company decided to purchase Monsanto — and how that would affect farmers — when the question of public trust came up.
Canada’s economy is strong and growing, with more jobs and opportunities for the middle class, and for people working hard to join it. There are more good, well-paying jobs for Canadians, wages are growing, consumer confidence is strong and business profits are up – good news for Canadians and the communities they call home.