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At Brussels, veal sold on a very active trade.
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Sofina garners $5.3 million from province
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Gigi dies in barn fire


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September 21, 2017 - Ontario Farmer recently reported on a new herbicide offering from DuPont Crop Protection. EverpreX herbicide offers growers extended residual control of ALS, PPO or glyphosate-resistant weeds, including waterhemp, Palmer amaranth and other pigweed species.
However, EverpreX is not approved for use in Canada. It is only approved for the American market.

Canadian Organic Growers gets grant from feds

September 21, 2017 - Canadian Organic Growers is getting $461,816 from the federation government to conduct a study of the risks involved in transitioning fro conventional to organic farming.
The federal agriculture department says “this first-of-a-kind study will reach out to organic producers across the country, as well as others in the sector.
“The data collected will be used to identify techniques that farmers can use to help reduce risk and manage their shift to organic production.”

Ontario offers 150-year signs

September 20, 2017 - The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs is offering a free sign to any farm that has been In operation for 150 years.
The offer has come in connection with Canada’s 150th anniversary.
“The Ontario government is honouring the more than 150 years of tradition in agriculture that has sustained families and communities in our province,” OMAFRA says on its website.
“To register for a celebratory sign to note the more than 150-year agricultural heritage of your family, community or farm property visit ontario.ca/dchf