Tinkering with digital tools can bring unforeseen risks but farmers still need the ability to operate when issues arise. Right to repair legislation needs to balance both concerns.
Congratulations to Brian Schoonjans for being Lambton Soil & Crop Improvement Association’s Outstanding Farmer for 2020! Brian was born and raised in Plympton-Wyoming on a farrow to finish pig farm. He studied Agriculture at Ridgetown from 1990-1992. After Ridgetown, he
Lambton County Federation of Agriculture added their voices to those calling on governments in Canada to work to keep Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline operating.
Being an agricultural organization, we should make a point of showing how Sarnia feeds propane to the rest of Ontario and Quebec.
This year, United Way Sarnia-Lambton were unable to hold their event and auction, so the LFA stepped up to double their previous year’s support for the 2020 drive.
Value-Added Agriculture – With over 2,000 farms operating more than 500,000 acres of crop, agri-business represents Sarnia-Lambton’s second largest economic sector.
Drone enthusiast heads up Lambton County Federation of agriculture. Gary Martin brings some diverse talents to the role.
Mike Belan’s commitment to soil health, environmental stewardship, and progressive thinking made Belan a deserving recipient of the Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario (IFAO) 2020 Innovative Farmer of the Year award.
Lambton County farmers are fully behind proposed legislation to discourage protestors from trespassing
on their property. But some told Agriculture Minister Ernie Hardeman they want Bill 156 to go even further.
Lambton County cash crop farmer Mike Belan remembers as a kid the horror stories of how the tough financial times of the 1980s led to his family having to sell much of their farm machinery and some of their 3,000-acre