Country 105

Country 105


Agriculture Report

The Agriculture Report is heard during the news Monday through Friday on 560 CFOS at 6:30am, 7:30am, 8:30am, and 12:00pm, and on Country 93 and Country 105 at 5:30 am, 6:30am, and 7:30am.

Catch up on the latest Agricultural news below...

Showing 501 to 550 of 1699 items

1...910111213...34
     
2016-02-19 Calls for National Food Policy
The group PROOF Claims four million Canadians experience some level of food insecurity.
play
2016-02-18 Kincardine Farmer Going to UK
Bailey McConnell is headed to the Young Show Stars competition in late March.
play
2016-02-17 Keady Livestock Report
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
play
2016-02-16 New Look for Ontario Pork
Ontario Pork has unveiled a new website.
play
2016-02-11 Farmers Going High Tech
As more Canadian farms use technology, word of another new market for agricultural exports.
play
2016-02-10 Keady Livestock Report
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
play
2016-02-08 More Money for Dairy Farmers
Ag Minister announces an additional $1.75 million in the dairy research cluster.
play
2016-02-03 Roadblocks to Agri Food Expansion
OFA policy advisory council will discuss the impact of provincial regulations on farmers.
play
2016-02-02 Another Deadly Barn Fire
The OPP confirm about 90 dairy cows died yesterday morning in a blaze at a barn in Elgin County.
play
2016-02-01 Public Meeting for Hay Co-op
The new Ontario Hay and Forage Co-operative is holding a meeting in Elmwood Monday night.
play
2016-01-29 Pesticides Work Takes Years
Audit finds it takes years for the federal Pest Management Agency to remove risky pesticides from marketplace.
play
2016-01-28 Seeding Estimates for 2016
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada has released its first seeding estimates for 2016.
play
2016-01-27 Keady Livestock Report
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
play
2016-01-26 PED Virus Found in Huron County
PED found at finisher operation in Huron County.
play
2016-01-25 Farm Census Should Be Shorter
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada says farmers should spend 30 per cent less time on census.
play
2016-01-22 Farm Frustration Over Red Tape
The CFIB says red tape continues to hit farmers even harder than other small business owners.
play
2016-01-21 Organic Farmers Are Busy
Organic farmers say higher prices for conventional products are making them busier.
play
2016-01-15 Neonics Court Battle in March
Grain Farmers set to go back to court in March as Tory MPP's want neonic ban stopped.
play
2016-01-08 Big Weekend at Grey Bruce Farmers Week
Friday is Goat Day, Saturday is Sheep Day and Sunday is Horse Day at the conference.
play
2016-01-07 Dairy Day at Grey Bruce Farmers Week
Farmers can get a dairy industry update, learn about switchgrass and hear about production herds.
play
2016-01-06 Grey Bruce Farmers Week Begins
Today is Beef Day to open the seven day Grey Bruce Farmers Week, now into its 50th year.
play
2016-01-05 MP To Meet with Farmers
Bruce Grey Owen Sound MP Larry Miller with meet with local dairy farmers today.
play
2016-01-04 Good News for Beef Producers
South Korea has re-opened its borders to Canadian beef for first time since February.
play
2015-12-31 Higher Bills for Groceries in 2016
Executives from grocery chains across Canada have joined warnings about higher food prices in 2016.
play
2015-12-30 Getting Ready for Grey Bruce Farmers Week
More than 100 exhibitors and nearly 60 speakers will be at seven day agricultural conference.
play
2015-12-29 Technology on the Farm
Testing underway for robot that harvests vegetables, and Grey County farmer honoured for innovation.
play
2015-12-24 New Executive for Pork Council
John Ross is moving from the federal public service to the Canadian Pork Council.
play
2015-12-23 Vegetables Gaining in Popularity
One chef expects the root-to-leaf movement will continue to grow in 2016.
play
2015-12-22 Crop Production Keeps Pressure on Prices
BMO reports North American crop production was above trend again for a third straight year.
play
2015-12-21 COOL Law Repealed
Canada's Agriculture Minister says they will monitor the situation after U-S COOL law scrapped.
play
2015-12-18 Changes from Dairy Commission
Starting in February, support price for butter goes up and it goes down for skim milk powder.
play
2015-12-17 U-S Congress To Repeal COOL
Legislators in the U-S have drafted a bill that responds to Canadian and Mexican demands on meat labelling.
play
2015-12-16 Keady Livestock Report
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
play
2015-12-15 Low Loonie Impacts Farmers
FCC says low Canadian dollar has had a major impact on the Canadian crop and livestock sectors.
play
2015-12-14 Insurance Money Ends for Atwood Resources
Rendering company says its plant in Atwood will not re-open until February.
play
2015-12-11 Price of Food Predicted to Go Up
University of Guelph predicts groceries and restaurant meals will cost a family about $8,631 next year.
play
2015-12-10 CCA Calls For End to COOL
Now that WTO has ruled in favour of Canada, Cattlemen want COOL to end in United States.
play
2015-12-09 Keady Livestock Report
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
play
2015-12-08 Big WTO Ruling for Beef, Pork Sectors
WTO rules Canada and Mexico can impose $1-billion in annual tariffs on U-S products over COOL issue.
play
2015-12-07 Study on Agricultural Producer Stress
Farmers invited to take part in anonymous, 15 minute survey about farm stress.
play
2015-12-04 Chesley Farm Fined for Downed Animal
Schriek Farms has pleaded guilty to sending a downed animal to Brussels Livestock for auction.
play
2015-12-03 Spending Goat Money Wisely
Ontario Goat Producers say they are using money as a streng investment.
play
2015-12-02 Keady Livestock Report
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
play
2015-12-01 Top Honours for Top Meadow Farms
Clarksburg shows Reserve Senior Champion Limousin bull at last week's Canadian Western Agribition.
play
2015-11-30 NFU President Acclaimed
Jan Slomp will remain President of the National Farmers Union.
play
2015-11-27 OFA Keeps Same President
Don McCabe of Lambton County is back for a second term as President of the OFA.
play
2015-11-26 Farm Revenues Up in Ontario
Stats Canada reports revenue rose for Ontario farmers by $39.5 million for 2014 farming year.
play
2015-11-25 Keady Livestock Market
Here are the prices from Tuesday at the Keady Livestock Market.
play
2015-11-24 Ontario Pork Criticizes Activists
While agreeing individuals have right to protest, Ontario Pork says safety must not be compromised.
play
2015-11-23 Farm Innovation Awards
Ontario Premier announces this year's winners of farm innovation awards, and some are local.
play

 

1...910111213...34

 


Bayshore Broadcasting Corporation
© 2018 Bayshore Broadcasting Corporation

Web Site by Websmart Inc