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The woodlot debate

CHATHAM-KENT’S COMPROMISE THE CONFLICT OVER woodlots in Chatham-Kent has effectively been diminished with the introduction of a new woodcutting policy. This policy was introduced in February following more than a year of disagreement between farmers [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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Food safety regulations

HOW NEW REGULATIONS IMPACT GRAIN FARMERS SOME OF THE safest food in the world is grown in Canada, thanks in part to the thousands of grain farmers across the country and in Ontario. Canada’s food [Read more]

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The changing potash market

CANADIAN COMPANIES REACT TO BPC COLLAPSE THOUGH AN OCEAN away, the effects of the collapse of the Belarusian Potash Company have resonated close to home. PHOTO: POTASH IMPROVES WATER RETENTION, NUTRIENT VALUE AND DISEASE RESISTANCE [Read more]

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New regulations for new technology

AN IGTC UPDATE GENETIC MODIFICATION HAS come a long way in solving problems for the agri-food industry, but despite its many benefits, it can also pose trade barriers when importing and exporting agricultural commodities. Canada’s [Read more]