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A Nuffield experience

BRANDING GRAINS AS LOCAL

Nicole Mackellar is Grain Farmers of Ontario’s market development manager. She recently completed a Nuffield Canada Agriculture Scholarship which studied the possibilities for the branding of commodities that are further processed into ingredients. Here, she [Read more]

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An Ontario first

NEW LAB WILL OFFER FULL SUITE OF QUALITY TESTING TIMING, IT’S OFTEN said, is everything. This probably applies to agriculture more than any other industry. Whether it is trying to get crops seeded, weeds controlled, [Read more]

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Trade mission to Japan

STRONG MARKET DEMAND REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE Canadian soybean industry are fostering the important trade relationship we have with Japan. A week-long international trade mission to the country earlier this year focused on:  further enhancing Canada’s [Read more]

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Opportunity

ONTARIO’S CORN, SOYBEAN AND WHEAT MARKETS in ontario, grain crops cover 5.5 million acres of farmland and generate $3 billion in farm gate receipts. These are impressive numbers, but there is still room for growth. [Read more]

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Trade mission to Asia

ENSURING A STRONG MARKET FOR CANADIAN SOYBEANS market opportunities continue to be strong for Canadian soybeans in Asia. To build on the relationship that has already been established there, Grain Farmers of Ontario participated in [Read more]

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CSC Asian program a success

THIRD CANADIAN SOYBEAN MISSION WELL RECEIVED representatives from the Canadian soybean industry recently spent ten days in Asia promoting the quality of Canadian food-grade soybeans and Canada’s soybean production capabilities and advantages. The third Canadian Soybean [Read more]