News Archive

Crops market relatively calm, says agriculture economist
University of Guelph ranks in world’s top 25 for agricultural programs
Province highlights local food champs
‘She was way ahead of her time’
CFIA adds teeth to pig traceability requirements
Canadian dairy farmers take cows to Parliament Hill
Vineland launches new greenhouse research facility
Information sharing a necessary precaution says Ontario’s chicken board
Ontario beefs up loan guarantee
Neonicotinoid dispute continues into spring planting
Dairy processor acquires Prince Edward County cheese maker; name and store remain but production will move says Gay Lea CEO
Yoga trumps Milk Day
Ministry floats potential Ontario conservation authority reforms for feedback
Rural Ontario ‘needs pipeline and not process’ says OFA president
Canada joins international agreements that establish animal disease outbreak protocols
Ontario planting update
DFO acknowledges new class a key factor in Ontario dairy blend price drop
Confusion reigns in Ontario farm community following leaked report
Ontario growers join forces to market biomass
Egg Farmers of Ontario introduces changes to the handling of increased quota allocations
More skepticism greets report about link between cancer and red meat consumption
Should we or shouldn’t we: Chicken Farmers of Canada explores viability of promotion and research agency
Consultations begin on new national agricultural policies
Ecological Farmers Association of Ontario launches new farm trial program
Canadian dairy farmers take steps to recapture specialty markets
Ontario government to introduce stricter land development controls
Benchmarking study itemizes antimicrobial use in pork production
Wanted: more info about Ontario cattle pricing
Watch poultry carefully and keep following those biosecurity plans, Ontario poultry industry told
Government and dairy officials to meet soon to work out solution on milk protein imports
Group representing mink breeders posts major reward for information on vandals
Ministry of natural resources drops thousands of baits with vaccine as raccoon and fox rabies strains reappear in Ontario
Mexican Labour Ministry resolves to end discrimination in Canadian farm employer hiring practices
Canadian government ready to talk about ratifying a trade deal with Europe
Ontario farmers planted more wheat in the fall, but fewer soybeans, barley and oats to be seeded this year, according to Statistics Canada report
Perth forges ahead with debate on surplus farmhouse severances
Rendering company fined for releasing bad smell in community
Ministry of Labour’s safety blitz targets greenhouse work platforms
Ontario Environment ministry to take a closer look at farms using soil fumigants
Engineered alfalfa seeds ‘adds some complexity’ to Ontario hay export venture says forage council manager