The Ontario crop from 2010 produced a 60 to 65 per cent yield.
One of the top producing maple syrup regions in Ontario is right here in Grey Bruce.
President Nick Bereznick tells us the crop from this past year only produced a 60 to 65 per cent yield.
But that was a lot better than the 20 per cent from other parts of Ontario.
Bereznick says they will talk about the crop as well as other issues at tomorrow's Grey Bruce producers annual general meeting.
The meeting begins at 8:30 AM on Saturday at the Hartley House in Walkerton.
It runs all day and is open to everyone.
All grain and oilseed producers in Grey, Bruce and Wellington Counties are encouraged to attend a meeting today.
The Grain Farmers of Ontario are holding their annual District 10 meeting -- beginning at 9:30 this morning at the Clifford Community Hall.
There will be the election of delegates -- and also presentations from speakers who will cover topics such as local industry initiatives and trade.
Grain, oilseed and pulse crop producers are in Saskatoon for the province's premier grain industry showcase.
About 15 thousand farmers are checking out the latest technology, services and products.
Grey County Agricultural Services is holding another environmental farm plan workshop.
There will be meetings held next Monday January 17th and also on the 24th.
To sign up or for more information -- call Ray Robertson at 986-3756.
More than 100 thousand kilograms of ground beef products sent to prisons in Oregon and California are being recalled after an inspection found they may be spoiled.
The U-S Department of Agriculture says the products were discoloured and smelled wrong.