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Chris Koch featured on the Oprah Network is coming to Ontario!

Chris Koch, from ifican.ca, is coming to Ontario in December. For those of you that don't know Chris, he was featured on Oprah's network. You can view his video here.

Chris was born and raised in the small farming and ranching community of Nanton, Alberta.  When he's not out in the…

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Posted on December 2, 2014 at 1:36pm

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At 2:20pm on October 10, 2014, Joe Dales said…
Hi Genevieve, Welcome to the Ontario Agriculture community website at www.OntAg.farms.com
Happy Thanksgiving
Joe
 
 
 

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Burnbrae Farms donates more than 3.6 million eggs to Canadian food banks

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Burnbrae Farms has established a crisis relief program to support Canadian families in need of assistance.

Government of Canada invests in measures to boost protections for Temporary Foreign Workers and Address COVID-19 Outbreaks on Farms

Since the very beginning of this pandemic, the Government of Canada has taken a number of important steps to ensure the safe arrival of farm workers, who play a vital role in preserving Canada's food security.

Ontario Taking Steps to Protect Fish and Wildlife Habitat

The Ontario government is taking steps to protect fish stocks and natural habitat from the harmful impacts of double-crested cormorants by introducing a fall harvest for the species.

New U.S. Farm Subsidies Put Ontario Grain Farmers at Further Risk

Grain Farmers of Ontario, the province’s largest commodity organization, representing Ontario’s 28,000 barley, corn, oat, soybean and wheat farmers, today urges the Canadian government to help Ontario grain farmers with current risk from COVID and U.S. farm subsidies and relief, which could soon top $85 billion.

Growers committed to keeping farm workers safe as part of efforts help get Windsor-Essex to Stage 3

Local farmers are stepping up to play their part to help Windsor-Essex get to Stage 3 of re-opening.

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