There’s just no denying it: the fresh produce industry is changing. The demand from consumers and retails for pre-packed fruit, vegetables, and other fresh produce is on the rise, and it’s presenting new challenges
On March 15, 2018, more than 45 diverse stakeholders, including dairy farmers, industry associations, government agencies, and local community groups, attended an Open House at Harcolm Farms in Beachville, Ontario
Industry stakeholders gathered to celebrate North America’s 1st installation of a small, factory built farm-scale anaerobic digester to generate renewable electricity from dairy cattle manure.
View CFBA Annual Award Winners on Pages 54 - 57 !
Vicki Hilborn of OMAFRA speaks at the CFBA's Annual Conference
Please see the following for agriculture and food statistics for the province of Ontario
Updates to Farm Building Code Long Overdue. See page 57 article by Ralph Winfield. CFBA Member - Will Teron of Tacoma Engineers leading the charge.
Until recently, there wasn't data about the mental health of Canadian farmers. Dr. Andria Jones-Bitton and PhD Candidate Briana Hagen of the Ontario Veterinary College are changing that.
Do you know what to do in the event of a farm emergency?
Ontario has lent significant support to beef production in the province with a large-scale investment in the construction of a new world-class beef research facility.
The software, known as CATRADER, compiles nearly 10,000 simulations of potential annual hail activity.
CFBA Awards 2016 on page 78. Will Teron of Tacoma Engineers speaks to Better Farming on page 6 - see ‘Code Updates on the Horizon – Changes to the National Farm Building Code are long overdue in the minds of engineers in the industry’.
CFBA Awards 2016 on pages 46 - 48.
Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Jeff Leal met with Indigenous partners, local municipalities, livestock organizations and industry in Timmins to discuss the Northern Livestock Pilot project and kick off consultations with stakeholders and communities on supporting viable agriculture in the North.
New wearable technologies for dairy cows monitor individual animal activity to improve farm management and performance.
Competing for rental land to access grazing - beef farmers