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CFA is pleased to see the Government of Canada respond today to the challenges canola farmers are facing as a result of ongoing trade challenges with China. Having long advocated for a request to see the Advance Payments Program...
A bigger role for Canada providing the food for the world as heat rises For Canada, most analysts and farmers believe the potential rewards of climate change will outweigh the risks - at least over the next 30 years. But if...
Ontario’s new tire stewardship program is now up and running under a new program administered under the Resource Productivity and Recovery Authority.
CFA commends Health Canada’s recent decision to allow the continued use of clothianidin, imidacloprid and thiamethoxam (neonicotinoids) for use in canola seed treatment and greenhouse vegetables. Both of these uses do not pose unacceptable risk to pollinators. It is extremely...
AEM (Association of Equipment Manifacturers) released its monthly U.S. and Canadian Ag Tractor and Combine Reports last week, and there were some notable takeaways from the latest sales data. While March saw mostly positive numbers in terms of U.S. sales of...
Calling on all political parties to support Canada’s Agri-Food industry to grow and prosper, for the benefit of all Canadians  The CFA, the unified voice advocating for Canadian farmers at the national level, launched the Producing Prosperity in Canada campaign this morning...
A recent self-guided tour by animal activists on a dairy farm in southwestern Ontario and a protest outside another dairy near London have farmers reviewing their rights and possible courses of action should they find themselves the next victims...
"The carbon tax will financially hurt farmers. At a time when there is great uncertainty in the agriculture economy, this additional cost will greatly impact farm finances. The federal government wants us to grow the agriculture sector and yet...
Future statistics “Total harvested area of wheat in Canada is expected to increase 9.4% from 2017, to 24.3 million acres in 2018,” Statistics Canada said. “Total yields at the national level are expected to fall 11.5%, from an average of...
Camso today announced the launch of its new Steel over-the-tire (OTT) track solution, confirming its leadership as the industry one-stop source for all skid steer tire and track needs. The addition of Camso’s skid steer product line complements its well-known...

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