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Obsolete products collection a success

SAFELY DISPOSING OF OBSOLETE PRODUCTS of the estimated 1000 participants in the recent Ontario CleanFARMSTM collection program, 85 percent returned obsolete crop protection products for safe, environmentally responsible disposal. And crop and horticulture farmers led [Read more]

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Grain farmers part of the solution

environmental talks in Copenhagen touched on many issues related to climate change with many possible solutions up for consideration.  One key sector where solutions can be more abundant than emissions is agriculture. “Society has to [Read more]

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Research opportunities a plenty

NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ONTARIO RESEARCH grain farmers are looking to make the most of two new programs offered through the Growing Forward suite of programs launched by the federal government in 2009. With proposed [Read more]

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Ontario wheat gains fans

POPULAR BREAKFAST CEREAL GETS A LOCAL MAKEOVER as consumers are increasingly demanding more local ingredients in their favourite products, farmers are gaining market share and publicity. Fortunately,  for both consumers and farmers, food processors and [Read more]

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Consumer outreach across the world

AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO SOYBEAN MARKET DEVELOPMENT IN JAPAN AND SOUTHEAST ASIA it’s not every day that an Ontario farmer thinks about consumers in Asia. But, considering approximately 40 percent of Canada’s total soybean exports [Read more]

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Wheat Marketing with GFO

Redefined Roles Offer New Opportunities WITH THE CREATION of Grain Farmers of Ontario, the Wheat Marketing Department has redefined its roles and responsibilities.   Todd Austin has recently been hired as the Marketing Manager and new challenges [Read more]

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Winning yield tops 75 bushels

SOYBEAN YIELD CHALLENGE WINNERS RECEIVE ACCOLADES The results are in from the second annual Soybean Yield Challenge. Three finalists were announced from three provincial soybean maturity zones, for a total of nine winners. “The challenge [Read more]

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State of the Biofuels Industry

AN INDUSTRY POISED FOR GROWTH FACES FUTURE CHALLENGES WITH AN INCREASING focus on the environment and finding solutions to climate change, the renewable fuels industry is poised to take off in the next decade. Talks on [Read more]

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Knowing our worth

NEW STUDY MAKES THE IMPORTANCE OF THE GRAIN AND OILSEED INDUSTRY CLEAR AMONG FARMERS, IT is common knowledge that agriculture plays an integral role in Ontario’s economy. A recent study, commissioned by the Ontario Grains [Read more]

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Faces of farming

— WITH 6,500 COPIES printed and over 25 media hits in the first three weeks, the Faces of Farming 2010 calendar has made quite a splash. Launched in October at the Ontario Harvest Gala in Guelph, [Read more]