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Continuing the push

To bring the message forward we need all hands on deck IT IS ESTIMATED by some that Agriculture could once again become the number one industry in Ontario. The hard work and innovation of our labour [Read more]

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Future of grain

Future of grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION Canadian approval of Optimum GAT Corn and soybean farmers now have another option in their herbicide tolerance shopping cart. DuPont recently gained full Canadian regulatory approval [Read more]

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Challenging yields

SOYBEAN YIELD CHALLENGE ALMOST COMPLETE AS SOYBEAN HARVEST heads into full swing, excitement over the Soybean Yield Challenge is heating up. The challenge is in its second year and has been met with great enthusiasm. [Read more]

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Time is money

LESS TIME ONLINE WITH BETTER RESULTS WITH THE INCREASING accessibility of high speed Internet access in rural Ontario, the web has quickly become a business tool many producers can’t live without. The question becomes, it [Read more]

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The Soy House

SHOWCASING ONTARIO SOYBEANS’ RENEWABLE POTENTIAL A HOUSE MADE from and designed with soybeans has been built through a partnership between Ontario Soybean Growers, Quality Engineered Homes Ltd., and Habitat for Humanity. The 1200 square foot Soy [Read more]

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Refuge requirement

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT NEW TECHNOLOGIES WITH NEW TRANSGENIC Bt corn products on the market from Monsanto and Dow AgroSciences, farmers need to be aware of changing refuge requirements in their field. Planting [Read more]

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Ethanol not to blame

A SECOND LOOK AT ETHANOL AND THE PORK INDUSTRY SEVERAL REPORTS PUBLISHED over the past three years by the George Morris Centre postulate that the ethanol industry in Canada has a negative impact on the [Read more]