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The Ontario government is introducing a bill Dec. 2 aimed at discouraging people who would interfere with livestock production and transportation. The legislation, Security From Trespass and Protecting Food Safety Act, 2019, will increase fines for trespassers, protect farmers from civil liability from people injured while trespassing, and limit the interaction protesters are allowed with … Read more
Farmers are still harvesting corn and soybeans in Ontario after a stressful late planting season and record crop insurance payouts after the wet spring.
Prices for seven of the eight major fertilizers tracked by DTN declined compared to last month, except UAN32, which increased in price. It's the first increase in two months.
Western Potash Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Western Resources Corp., has completed the Phase I production drilling programme at its potash mine in Saskatchewan, Canada.
Canadian spot market load volumes rose 4% in October, but truck volumes also spiked. The 10% increase in trucks brought the truck-to-load
From the axle spindle to the tread rubber, the rotating mass at the end of your axles have an impact on fuel economy.
If there was any doubt that how we farm is undergoing a foundational change, this should convince you that there is mammoth change on the horizon. In July
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