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In any year, a series of early May frosts killing off tens of thousands of dollars worth of asparagus might keep Norfolk County's asparagus growers up at night. But this year, Ontario produce farmers have another problem: not enough workers to pick their crop.

source: CBC News

The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing up to $2.25 million to help farmers better protect employees and ensure the continued supply of healthy food products for consumers during the COVID-19 outbreak. Through the Canadian...

source: Government of Ontario

As we roll through planting season, some farmers in Ontario may be noticing that their April-planted corn is emerging more slowly than they’d expect. This is likely not cause for concern, just a product of a cooler-than-average spring, Greg Stewart, agronomy lead at...

source: Farms.com

Ernie Hardeman, minister of agriculture, food and rural affairs, has appointed new leadership to Ontario’s farm commodity marketing regulatory agency. Amy Cronin took on the role of chair of the Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission for a two-year term, starting...

source: Farms.com

Center pivots have revolutionized irrigation, greatly increasing water application efficiency, and have become a way of life on many irrigated farms. Pivots, like every machine on the farm, have several potential hazards, making it important to review safety procedures...

source: Farm Progress

No aspect of business has been untouched by the coronavirus, it seems. Grain markets, livestock markets, stock markets and more have taken a hit and have become extremely volatile, greatly impacting our business decisions.

source: Farm Progress


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