The price of land is a big barrier to growing the province’s beef cow numbers, but northern Ontario may offer a solution for farmers seeking new opportunities.
“Northern Ontario, where land is cheaper and could work for cows, is a […]
The strength of the local food movement and the potential of an untapped urban market keen to buy high quality beef direct from farmers are behind a new marketing initiative underway by Beef Farmers of Ontario.
Farm to City Marketing is based on the popular community-supported agriculture (CSA) model that has been successful for vegetable […]
This is the final article in a short series about agriculture in Argentina, a country I had a chance to visit as part of the International Federation of Agriculture Journalists conference in 2013.
Argentina has traditionally been amongst the world’s leading beef producing nations.
Much of its proud rural history is based on cattle, ranching […]
More beef check-off dollars are going into social media than ever before – and it’s proven to be a very effective strategy for boosting consumer awareness and driving loyalty to Canadian beef.
That’s according to Heather Travis, Canada Beef’s Director of Public Relations and Marketing Communications, who’s been a long time champion of social media […]
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