BELWOOD – The importation of European horses to Canada has been a long-standing tradition in the country’s equine industry – and while it has always been costly, recently the process has become even more expensive.
OTTAWA – A dog in Oshawa has tested positive for avian influenza, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed on April 4.
OTTAWA - For the first time in two decades, Japan is reopening its doors to Canadian processed beef, states an Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) press release.
This week, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) is heading to Queen’s Park to meet with members of our provincial government for the first time since last June’s provincial election.
WYEBRIDGE - After an early and unexpected February run of maple sap, the maple syrup season is ready to hit its second wind in Ontario. Producers are getting ready to showcase a new crop of sweet liquid gold during the 7th annual Maple Weekend, April 1 and 2.
ELORA - On March 4 the 4-H “Home for the Holidays” club got together at the Fraser home to hold its fourth meeting.