But a senior research fellow at a Guelph, Ontario agri-food think tank warns high commodity prices could spark a global food crisis
Most Canadian farmers are hopeful about agriculture’s prospects
The benefit provides some relief for Ontario’s farmers, say representatives from provincial general farm organizations. But one representative questions why the province hasn’t tackled time-of-use charges slated to take effect over the next several months
Incomplete paperwork jams the first flow of government funds to Canadian hog producers hoping to exit the industry
UPDATE: Oct. 28, 2009, 4:50 PM — What's the most hog buyout program administrators are prepared to pay per animal? See Catherine Scovil, associate director of the Canadian Pork Council's response
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