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Farmtario 10h
FEATURE: Principles still guide Ontario co-ops today: "I believe for every year in recent memory we’ve paid patronage. It’s not something you see nearly as much in the private sector.” – Richard Tanner, Appin-area crop farmer.
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Farmtario 13h
Science Notes: Research findings could be a major step in fighting common infections increasingly resistant to .
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Farmtario 19h
Ag trade flows may change amid trade dispute, Bayer says.
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Farmtario 19h
Our most-read story overnight: Why soys look so good in year of extremes.
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Farmtario Sep 18
U.S.-China trade dispute continues to hold down prices.
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Farmtario Sep 18
Dry conditions, then lots of rain and a heat wave made for a great season for growers.
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Farmtario Sep 18
Saudi human rights spat has repercussions for Ontario exports.
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Dave Bedard Sep 17
Work-related news: Finalists for this year's Canadian Online Publishing Awards, Business category, include our shop's new and the show Between The Rows. Winners TBA Nov. 14 in .
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Farmtario Sep 18
Our most-read story overnight: farmers call for help due to trade turmoil.
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Farmtario Sep 17
We are pretty excited to be up for this award in our first year. Thanks for all your work .
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Farmtario Sep 17
Capital Letters with Kelsey Johnson : Feds likely to face tough time getting provinces’ support.
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Farmtario Sep 17
Ontario processing growers harvesting one of the best crops in 10 years.
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Farmtario Sep 17
Editorial: Yes, a food policy for Canada still has a chance.
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Farmtario Sep 17
Our most-read story over the weekend: Retrofit allows existing planters to eliminate soil-to-coulter contact and instead have the cut made entirely by pressurized water.
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Farmtario Sep 17
Ontario’s livestock farmers call for tariff aid. Fallout of Trump tariffs means Ontario livestock farmers hit by lower price while US farmers get subsidies.
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Farmtario Sep 15
Commodity prices, trade cloud equipment sales projections.
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Farmtario Sep 15
Anyone else started bean harvest?
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Farmtario Sep 14
Beef producers hear at recent industry conference they have a role to play in the future.
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Farmtario Sep 14
Our most-read story overnight: Study of glyphosate use in Ontario shows how the has created significant change in crop management.
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James Dyck Sep 13
Thanks for your support at ! The demo and speakers series was a huge success! was grinning from ear to ear! Watch for more from the OMAFRA Strip-Till Team soon!!
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