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Ag Safety Week

TECHNOLOGY: CAUSE AND SOLUTION TO SAFETY ISSUES THE WEEK OF March 9 — 15 marks this year’s annual Ag Safety Week presented by the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association and the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. While [Read more]

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Future of grain

Future of Grain

HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION Oats and barley Grain Farmers of Ontario has been approached to have a discussion about oat and barley growers joining Grain Farmers of Ontario. If you [Read more]

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Grains in Action

FUTURE FARM LEADERS CONSUMERS WANT TO know where the food they purchase has come from and how ingredients are used in the manufacturing process of the foods they eat. Farmers, as the primary producers of [Read more]

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Ice, energy, and food

AN UNLIKELY TRIANGLE “EVERY NATION NOW lives in what I call an ice-dependent world,” says Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, President of Iceland, “where the mass of the arctic sea ice in my neighborhood causes extreme weather [Read more]

Cropside

Cropside: Early planting and SDS

AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS

THE ONTARIO MINISTRY of Agriculture and Food, along with Grain Farmers of Ontario, obtained funding from the Ontario Farm Innovation Program (OFIP) for a joint project with the North Central Soybean Research Program to reduce [Read more]

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Ontario sulphur trials

VARYING RESULTS THERE IS GREAT debate as to whether or not producers should add sulphur in the form of sulphate to their soils, and if so, how much. Unfortunately, there is no clear-cut answer. The [Read more]

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How cold is too cold?

THE SURVIVAL OF WINTER WHEAT COLD TEMPERATURES ACROSS the United States have left many American farmers wondering if their winter wheat crop will make it through the season. Estimates from early 2014 were already predicting [Read more]

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Organic crops

AN ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY A MICHIGAN STATE University educator says his research shows organic farming is full of opportunity and optimism. Dan Rossman, Senior Extension Educator and Product Center Counselor with Michigan State University, talked about [Read more]