Ontario Grain Farmer
The magazine of Grain Farmers of Ontario
JUNE/JULY 2017
FEATURES
Uncertainty for U.S. agriculture
Edith Munro
Market opportunities in China
Erin Calhoun
The sustainability supply chain
Michael Buttenham
Better future for subsistence farmers
Marika Li
Project Canaan
Megan Veldman
Breaking new ground in Alaska
Melanie Epp
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Same, same but different
Meghan Burke
Leading through change
Rachel Telford
The WBC problem
Shawn Brenneman
WBC 101: ID and control
Tracey Baute, Art Schaafsma, and Jocelyn Smith
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Good in Every Grain
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Agricultural growth
FROM THE CEO'S DESK
GFO Newsletter for June/July 2017
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Market side: Futures trading basics
LESSON 28: TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
Cropside: Corn stand checkup
AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTSAGRON
Business side: Life insurance
CONVERSATIONS WITH BUSINESS EXPERTS
WEB SPECIAL
Update: 2017 ASA DuPont Young Leader
DUPONT YOUNG LEADER PROGRAM
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Advocacy

Reporting on advocacy efforts within Ontario’s grain farming industry, advocacy stories within the Ontario Grain Farmer provide farmers with important information on how their elected leaders are working for them.


Uncertainty for U.S. agriculture
By: Edith Munro
June/July 2017

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP’S approach to governing and his administration’s issues agenda are producing even more uncertainty for U.S. agriculture this Read More
Agricultural growth
By: --
June/July 2017

IN A RECENT report by the federal Advisory Council on Economic Growth, chaired by Dominic Barton, agriculture was highlighted as one of the Read More
A modern renewable fuel standard
By: Rachel Telford
April/May 2017

THE NEXT STEP in the Ontario government’s Climate Change Action Plan is the development of a renewable fuel standard (RFS) to reduce greenhouse gas Read More
Trade in the Trump era
By: From the CEO's desk
April/May 2017

WE MIGHT LIKE to think we dodged a bullet when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau solidified Canada’s good standing with the U.S. during his first Read More
Issues that matter
By: From the CEO's desk
March 2017

IN JANUARY, GRAIN Farmers of Ontario held its Annual District Grain Committee Meetings. These meetings are an integral part of our organization — Read More
Cap and Trade
By: --
February 2017

ON JANUARY 1, the Ontario government’s Cap and Trade program came into effect and it created yet another new operating environment for grain Read More
Another voice
By: From the CEO's desk
January 2017

GRAIN FARMERS OF ONTARIO strives to have elected representatives who are reflective of our farmer-membership. We’ve made progress, but we still have Read More
Empowering leadership
By: Maegan MacKimmie
December 2016

WOMEN’S INITIATIVES ARE on the rise with more women involved in a wide variety of roles in the agriculture industry than ever before. Over 430 women Read More
Involvement and influence
By: Rachel Telford
December 2016

GRAIN FARMERS OF ONTARIO’S Board of Directors sets the direction and focus of the organization. It is then up to staff to ensure that the mission Read More
Keeping your agreements
By: --
December 2016

CANADA HAS TRADE agreements with more than 50 nations. Ten years ago, you couldn’t open up the newspaper without reading about a new trade deal that Read More
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