Features

The Bowl

AN EYE OPENING EXPERIENCE

I RECENTLY HAD the opportunity to travel to the New Liskeard area with Steve McCabe, manager of Member Relations for Grain Farmers of Ontario; it was my first trip to this part of Ontario. For [Read more]

Features

What’s in it for me?

4R NUTRIENT STEWARDSHIP CERTIFICATION FOR AG RETAILS

THE ONTARIO 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification is coming to Ontario. This program originally started in Ohio as a collaborative effort to increase the Great Lakes water quality and to reduce phosphorus loading in Lake Erie. [Read more]

Features

A taste of Ontario

CANADIAN CLUB MADE LOCAL

IN APRIL 2016, Grain Farmers of Ontario held consumer tasting events at LCBOs in Oakville and Toronto (Summerhill) to educate consumers on the many uses of grains. At these events, customers were offered grain based [Read more]

No Picture
Features

World record wheat

HOW A NEW ZEALAND FARMER HITS HUGE YIELDS WHAT DOES IT take to set the world record in wheat production? If you attended the Southwest Ag Conference (SWAC) at the University of Guelph’s Ridgetown Campus [Read more]

No Picture
Features

Frosted corn and soybeans

CROP LOSS AND RECOVERY

SPRING 2015 STARTED off well with little rain and warm temperatures that allowed farmers to get seeds into the ground relatively early and many crops grew quickly. However, this soon changed when temperatures dipped to [Read more]

No Picture
Features

Sound advice

THE ROLE OF A CERTIFIED CROP ADVISOR A CERTIFIED CROP ADVISOR (CCA) can be a valuable asset to any grain farming operation. With a CCA’s knowledge, training, and experience they can help a business become [Read more]