CBC will continue to use term North American agriculture officials say has hurt the industry
Farmers are receiving more from the market but less money from government programs means “the price is not there,” says the head of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture.
Letter to the editor: Ethanol production has increased the availability of corn in Ontario says Tom Cox chair of the Integrated Grain Processors Cooperative, which operates an ethanol plant in Aylmer, Ontario.
Both my mother-in-law and father-in-law do not seem to think I do enough
OMAFRA is studying its options after a popular food safety program runs out of money in just four months
Photo: Jeff Wilson
George Morris Centre study says government support for ethanol and support of pork producers work at cross purposes
Photo: Tom Cox
All County Feed & Grain owners owed producers more than $500,000
A glut of U.S. cherries drove bargains for consumers and now there's a plea to protect Canadian farmers
With encouragement from the Appeals Tribunal, Ontario Pork is seeking compromise, but the chair of Progressive Pork Producers says 'we don’t trust them.’ Photo: Stewart Cressman
A new study says producers need to think less about politics and opinion and more about better business practices. They can start by producing consistent volumes and product