SIMCOE – Ontario ginseng growers are feeling the effects of a hotter and drier growing season as they sell root that gave them lower yields at harvest time.
Dairy farmer Andrew Campbell’s daily tweeted photographs of life on the farm have placed him in the vanguard of Canada’s social-media ag advocates.
Source: Farm tweet show hitting road
First impressions are crucial for getting the best price when selling your farm.
People who avoid potatoes to reduce their carb intake can now try a new Ontario-grown variety that’s touted to have a lower glycemic response, meaning it doesn’t cause the rapid spike in blood sugar that normally comes from eating carbohydrate-rich foods.
While controlling blood sugar is important for those with diabetes or at risk of developing the disease, there’s a health benefit for everyone, says… Continue reading
Tillsonburg District Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC), released on Wednesday the report Fertile Ground: Growing the Competitiveness of Ontario’s Agri-food Sector, which presents a series of recommendations designed to address barriers to the competitiveness of the agri-food sector in the province.
Ontario’s agriculture minister has slammed the brakes on a proposal that would have stripped London-region vegetable farmers of their ability to bargain collectively with food processors.