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Understanding US farm policy

HARD FOR AMERICANS, WORSE FOR EVERYONE ELSE it’s a mistake to think of the US farm bill as a logical, consistent plan for agriculture.  Imagine it instead as a strange, rambling mansion where owner after [Read more]

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One big elk problem

FARMERS MOBILIZING TO ADDRESS ELK DAMAGES it’s been a decade old problem—elk causing thousands of dollars in crop damages to farmers in the Bancroft region. A grassroots group has emerged to address this issue dubbed [Read more]

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Opening minds to agriculture

PILOT PROGRAM EXPOSES RURAL KIDS TO LOCAL AGRICULTURAL CAREER OPPORTUNITIES there are very few issues in agriculture where all members of the industry are unified in one belief, but nearly everyone associated with farming today [Read more]

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New young leader chosen

JESSICA SCHOUTEN WILL ATTEND THE AMERICAN SOYBEAN ASSOCIATION AND DUPONT YOUNG LEADER PROGRAM grain farmers of ontario has selected Jessica Schouten as the Canadian representative for the 2011 American Soybean Association (ASA) and Dupont Young [Read more]

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New investments in grain breeding and genetics

grain farmers of ontario is excited about the new Developing Innovative Agri-Products (DIAP) initiative from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s (AAFC) Growing Forward framework. Through DIAP, a new partnership GFO is heavily involved with will have [Read more]

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Make it a safe harvest

MARKETING YOUR CROP WELL IS JUST AS INTEGRAL AS GROWING YOUR CROP WELL as the crop year comes to a close, many are busy evaluating their crops looking at yield and quality, analyzing this year [Read more]

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Making a marketing plan

MARKETING YOUR CROP WELL IS JUST AS INTEGRAL AS GROWING YOUR CROP WELL as the crop year comes to a close, many are busy evaluating their crops looking at yield and quality, analyzing this year [Read more]