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Thursday, September 6, 2018

Bulging beef steers with corn-crusted noses peered up from feed bunks as cattlemen from across Canada investigated how feedlot operators manage their operations in southwestern Ontario...

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Agriculture is in transition, no doubt. In the next decade, 50 per cent of agricultural land across Canada is anticipated to change ownership and 85 per cent of current farm owners don t have a plan for anyone to take over the business...

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Sage Martin, 13, was bored sitting at home. Seeing this, his Nana encouraged him to bake cookies as a treat for for his own family.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

The pig was so quick it was almost out before it got in but the story of the Pig at The Boot has become something of local legend.

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Summer Saturday mornings at Hanover s farmers market are a sensory delight: the arresting aromas of fresh-baked goods, spicy West Indian prepared food and other culinary delights tantalize ...

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Spectators watching youngster and pig pairings in a showmanship competition at the Ontario Pork Congress this year might not have known the finality of that close relationship.

Monday, June 25, 2018

Like all new, robotic barns I visit, the Haag Farms barn is clean. Quiet. Calm. Cows are tranquilly going about their business of eating, resting and being milked a process Roger Haag can closely monitor from the screen in his office.

Monday, June 25, 2018

In December of 1942, The Hamilton Spectator reported that Farmerettes, Farm Cadets, Women s Land Brigades and others (23,000 women in total) put in over 10 million hours of farm labour in Ontario during the war. They planted and hoed, hand-weeded, thinne

Monday, June 25, 2018

Stephanie Morrison worked in a retirement home earlier in her career and developed a love for older people. She knew about the elderly who don t want to leave their rooms, are reluctant to communicate and seem lost. That all changes when she brings her co

Monday, June 25, 2018

Ever since he was a boy, Clarence Dekens of Clinton wanted a herd of Texas Longhorns. He d only seen them on movies because in Huron County, there weren t many of this traditional western breed around.

Monday, June 25, 2018

It s such a surprise to see pigs outside. Cows and horses dot the countryside but chickens and pigs are usually tucked indoors, heavily guarded by biosecurity and tightly managed for maximum production.

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Stem cells grown in a medium of dairy serum multiply into trillions and become, as yet, an unnamed protein source

Thursday, May 3, 2018

A surrogate herself, Angela Pickering-Peeters now runs a thriving surrogacy agency in rural Ontario

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Food documentary films farmers with pride in product and passion for food quality and safety

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Grant Sparling, chief development officer at Blyth Cowbell Brewing Co., originally had no plans of returning home to Huron County until his dad, Steve Sparling, pitched the idea ....

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Trade. It s the one topic all commodity groups are discussing during this winter s meeting season. From dairy farmers worried about the glut of milk U.S. dairy farmers would love to unload on Canada, to egg farmers needing....

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

When Stuart Horst, owner of Elmira s Own Ltd., tomatoes located five minutes outside of Elmira, Ontario opened the door to his greenhouse, it smelled like a fresh garden in the summertime where tomatoes were growing on vines....

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Convicted fraudster Arlan Galbraith is the main character of The Pigeon King play at the Blyth Festival. However, as the theatre prepares for a second season of the hit play, the actor who plays Galbraith says the real story is about farmers.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

Most consumers know nothing of what farmers do but they have strong opinions about farming and animal care nonetheless.
The rise of animal activism is proof of that.
However, we all farm somewhere on the animal care spectrum.....

Thursday, March 1, 2018

He was wandering outside New Orleans pizza in Clinton when pizzeria owner, Judith Damsma, saw him. He had put his boots and a pair of socks on a picnic table, and was walking around the parking lot wearing a rather worn pair of socks. It was early winter.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

When a call went out for a chance to win a trip to one of the most prestigious beef cattle shows on earth, I jumped on it. As a beef cattle enthusiast, proud 4-H alumni, and partner in my family s cow-calf beef operation near Brunner, Ontario, I thought .

Friday, February 9, 2018

Dr. Robert Tremblay sees a lot of calf bottles soaking in sinks. Like they are supposed to get clean that way.
It must be a recreational activity. I guess bottles like to swim every day, joked the veterinarian as he addressed the issue of cleaning in r

Friday, February 9, 2018

Bryan Morton is passionate about old barns. In fact, according to family lore, he was almost born in one. More than half a century later, Bryan is combining his love of agricultural history and a desire to give back to his community by building Four Winds

Friday, February 9, 2018

There is more life under our feet than we can even imagine. In fact, there s a whole party going on there with a lot of eating and a whole lot of pooping. It s the eating and pooping that makes for healthy soils.

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