Ontario Agriculture

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Peggy FERRIS

FLESHERTON, Canada

Christian Bruneau

St-Cyrille de Wendover, Canada

Inder Mohan Sharma

Mississauga, Canada

RF Agriculture

Inglewood, CA, United States

Ryan Carlow

Chatham, Ontario, Canada

Farm Management Canada

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

tulika jain

Delhi, India

Dada Oluwaseun Femi

North York, Canada

Roger Samson

Ste Anne de Bellevue, Quebec, Canada

Terry w Hodgins

Ailsa Craig, Ontario, Canada

ben dan

Anchorage, AK, United States

Thomas Basta

Winnipeg, Canada

Werner Meyer

GRAND VALLEY, Canada

mike wood smith

Bethany, OK, United States

Earthshoney

Ontario, Canada

joe De Fazio

Newmarket, Canada

Carita Noble

Toronto, Canada

Maja Jurisic

Mississauga, Canada

Maureen Thuss

Mount Brydges, Canada

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

Grey County Soil & Crop Improvement Association

The Annual General Meeting and Trade Show will be held at the Rocklyn Hall on Friday December 16th, 2022.

U.S.-Mexico corn fight could hurt barley growers

A brewing corn trade war between Mexico and the United States could have dire consequences for Canadian barley growers, says an analyst. Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador issued a presidential decree on Dec. 31, 2020, that would ban the import of genetically modified corn starting in 2024 and phase out the use of glyphosate.

U.S. winter wheat crop in trouble

The U.S. winter wheat crop is in terrible shape as 2022 draws to a close, but that is not necessarily a precursor of what’s to come in 2023, says an analyst. An estimated 34 percent of the crop was rated good-to-excellent as of Nov. 29, down from 44 percent the same time one year ago.

Best Deadstock Removal Options Depend on Individual Farming Situations

When managing deadstock, pork producers are encouraged to consider their own location, management and biosecurity situations when deciding on the best option.

Agribition wraps Saturday with strong sales numbers reported

The Canadian Western Agribition wraps up Saturday after a successful return to normalcy following a pandemic restriction-filled past two years.  The crowds were back at the REAL District venue, with Agribition welcoming people interested in the livestock industry and agriculture from across Canada, as well as an estimated 1,200 international guests from 63 countries.

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