AGCO has announced as of May 5, 2022, it was subject to a ransomware attack that has impacted some of its production facilities. The company says it is still investigating the event of the attack, but it is anticipated that its business operations will be adversely affected for several days, and potentially longer to fully… Read More

The Ottawa Valley Seed Growers Association is offering up to four $2,500 scholarships to recognize interest, knowledge and achievement in the Ottawa Valley and surrounding agricultural community. The scholarships are available to youth of eastern Ontario and western Quebec enrolled in at least the second year of studies at any post-secondary college or university, and planning… Read More

Perhaps the only area of Canada really rolling full steam ahead on seeding or planting is southern Alberta, and that’s not because conditions are great — it’s just extremely dry. In Ontario, a slow start to the spring warm up and some wetter conditions have kept farmers from really getting going until just this weekend… Read More

Over the next two years, three industry organizations will receive $4.4 million collectively to help grow Canada’s grain sector through increased export opportunities. “Canadian grain producers are a key link in global food security. Today’s investment will help industry organizations build new relationships in international markets so we can continue to feed a growing global… Read More

Declarations of grain eligibility is nothing new for western Canadian producers, however, producers in eastern Canada will need to familiarize themselves with the soon-to-be implemented process. The change comes in the wake of the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), which was signed in 2018. Declaration requirements were put in place in Western Canada during the 2020-2021… Read More

 

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