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Are you up to date with your compliance obligations under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act?
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If you answered no, do you know what the AODA is, what you are required to do and when? For those who don't know what the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is, let me explain. The Act sets out a series of standards with the aim of achieving accessibility for persons with disabilities with respect to goods, services, information, accommodation, facilities, employment, buildings, structures and premises throughout Ontario by 2025.
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Ontario government ministers highlite Farm Safety Week
BlackburnNews.com
Ontario Agriculture Minister Jeff Leal says a farm that makes worker safety a priority is an asset to the provincial economy. OMAFRA and the provincial Ministry of Labour remind farmers they can improve farm safety by providing employees with proper agricultural equipment and machinery training.
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Kubota launches the M7 Series
Grainews
More than a few head of Prairie cattle look forward every winter to seeing one of Kubota's the orange machines bringing them out feed bales each day. But with a top horsepower rating on the brand's most powerful model at the start of 2014 that kept it in the utility segment, the range of duties these tractors could perform was limited.
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Need for speed
Farm Industry News
When Rod Schmidt hit the field last spring, he really hit it hard. "After seeing the results, I personally feel very comfortable planting at 10 miles per hour," says the producer from DeWitt, Iowa. Schmidt admits running a planter that fast was a totally new experience.
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Feds put $400,000 into farm show
The StarPhoenix
A $400,000 investment over two years by the federal government will help bring first-time buyers to Canada's Farm Progress Show in Regina, generating tens of millions of dollars in additional sales for Western Canada manufacturers. "Canada's Farm Progress Show is the country's largest agricultural technology trade show and one of the most respected in the world," Tom Lukiwski, MP for Regina-Lumsden-Lake Centre, said at a news conference.
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Agriculture has come a long way with new technology
The Post
"Agriculture has come a long way with new technology," said Patrick Jilesen, president of the Bruce County Federation of Agriculture. Kristian Sol is 1st vice president. Jilesen believes that the new technology that comes with tractors, equipment, and in barns, is "Good for the environment."
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'Farm arm' could enable amputees to use farming machinery
Healio
A group of mechanical engineering students at Northeastern University have developed "the farm arm," an upper limb prosthesis that could allow amputees to operate farming machinery. The design fea­tures a pros­thetic ter­minal device, a tita­nium end piece and set of 3-​​D printed adapters that can be switched in and out to match the controls being operated.
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New variable-rate tillage tool from Summers
Farm Industry News
Variable-rate technologies are helping growers fine-tune their plans throughout each growing season, and tillage is no longer an exception to that trend. A new vertical tillage tool from Summers provides the flexibility to do just that.
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8 John Deere tillers and 3-point hitch attachments for spring upkeep
Farms.com
Now that spring is just around the corner, gardeners and agriculturalists alike are thinking about ways they can improve their work outdoors. Rotary tillers and 3-point hitch attachments from John Deere can help you get the job done faster than last season, giving you more time to enjoy the warm weather this spring.
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Experts: Precision ag faces growing pains
Capital Press
Precision agriculture is bound to hit some growing pains as new high-tech farming tools become more prevalent and powerful, experts say. As more devices communicate wirelessly via the electromagnetic spectrum, the bandwidth available for their signals becomes more crowded, according to speakers at the Precision Farming Expo.
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Farmers of the future will utilize drones, robots and GPS
The Conversation
Today's agriculture has transformed into a high-tech enterprise that most 20th-century farmers might barely recognize. After all, it was only around 100 years ago that farming in the U.S. transitioned from animal power to combustion engines. Over the past 20 years the global positioning system (GPS), electronic sensors and other new tools have moved farming even further into a technological wonderland.
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Ontario government ministers highlite Farm Safety Week
BlackburnNews.com
Ontario Agriculture Minister Jeff Leal says a farm that makes worker safety a priority is an asset to the provincial economy. OMAFRA and the provincial Ministry of Labour remind farmers they can improve farm safety by providing employees with proper agricultural equipment and machinery training.

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Deals on used farm equipment
Farm Industry News
A clear trend developing this year is the offering of Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) programs. These programs let you step into used tractors, combines and other farm equipment with some assurance that it won't break down, or, if it does, the dealerships will have you covered.

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Slowdown takes root
Winnipeg Free Press
Canada's farm-equipment industry is suffering through sagging sales and job losses as low grain prices and dwindling exports take a chunk out of the farming trade.

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