AWC EAST 2019, October 27–29, 2019, Sheraton On The Falls, Niagara Falls, ON

Join these industry leaders and be recognised for supporting women in agriculture.

Would you like to be a part of an exciting force to recognise and inspire women?

Want to create support and mentorship for women leaders in business? Want to foster skill development for future generations of women leaders in agriculture? We do, too!

Participate as a sponsor today!

We have outlined the general levels of sponsorship opportunities that are available, however if you would like to custom design one of these levels to better meet your needs, or sponsor an exclusive category, we would be excited to discuss the many opportunities with you! Please contact us at:

Phone: 403-686-8407
Email: events@irismeck.com
Address: Suite 510, 5920 – 1 A Street SW, Calgary, Alberta T2H 0G3

As a sponsor you will receive:

  • Great awareness with your logo/name listed in the Advancing Women final program and several promotional emails that are sent out from April 2019 – October 2019.
  • Your logo/name listed on the Sponsor PowerPoint presentation loop during the reception, evening program, breakfast, coffee breaks, and lunch.
  • Your logo/name listed on the signage in the registration area and areas of specific sponsorship i.e. coffee breaks, lunch, etc.
  • Your logo/name listed in the Advancing Women Website Sponsor section with a short corporate profile and a link to your website.
  • And much more! Contact us at 403-686-8407 for more details on more opportunities.

Mentor Level:
The Mentor Level sponsor will be provided with one complimentary registration to the event.

Network Level:
The Network Level sponsor will also be entitled to two complimentary registrations to the event.

Opportunity Level:
The Opportunity Level sponsor will also be entitled to two complimentary registrations to the event and will have a complimentary booth space of 10 feet x 5 feet in the registration area.

Dream Level:
The Dream Level sponsor will be entitled to three complimentary registrations to the event and will have a complimentary booth space of 10 feet x 5 feet in the registration area.

More Exclusive Sponsorship Levels available today but they are going fast!

For more information on sponsorship, and if you would like to be an AWC EAST sponsor please contact Iris Meck for program details and opportunities at events@irismeck.com or phone 403-686-8407.

Would you like to sponsor AWC?

Contact Iris Meck at 403-686-8407 or email: events@irismeck.com for sponsorship program details.

Dream Level Sponsors

Lunch Sponsor

BMO Financial Group

Established in 1817, BMO Financial Group is a highly diversified financial services provider based in North America. With total assets of approximately $642 billion as of October 31, 2015, and close to 47,000 employees, BMO provides a broad range of retail banking, wealth management and investment banking products and services. BMO’s roots in the Canadian agricultural sector date back to 1817, when it first began working with farmers. Today, BMO enjoys a well-founded reputation for providing customized loan and deposit solutions to Canada’s agri-business owners, the single largest core commercial sector that the bank serves. BMO Bank of Montreal offers programs and products including a specialized farm-equipment line of credit, flexible farm mortgages, BMO’s Agri ReadiLine and loans under the Canadian Agricultural Loans Act. Visit www.bmo.com/agriculture or www.bmo.com

Printed Program Sponsor

The Co-operators

The Co-operators Group Limited is a Canadian co-operative with more than $42.5 billion in assets under administration. Through its group of companies, it offers home, auto, life, group, travel, commercial and farm insurance, as well as investment products. The Co-operators is well known for its community involvement and its commitment to sustainability. The Co-operators is listed among the Best Employers in Canada by Aon Hewitt and Corporate Knights’ Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada. For more information, visit www.cooperators.ca.

Welcome Coffee Break Sponsor

John Deere Canada ULC

Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) is a world leader in providing advanced products and services and is committed to the success of customers whose work is linked to the land – those who cultivate, harvest, transform, enrich and build upon the land to meet the world’s dramatically increasing need for food, fuel, shelter and infrastructure. Since 1837, John Deere has delivered innovative products of superior quality built on a tradition of integrity. For more information, visit John Deere Canada at its website at Deere.ca

Monday Afternoon Coffee Break Sponsor

Cargill Limited

Cargill’s 155,000 employees across 70 countries work relentlessly to achieve our purpose of nourishing the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way. Every day, we connect farmers with markets, customers with ingredients, and people and animals with the food they need to thrive.

We combine 153 years of experience with new technologies and insights to serve as a trusted partner for food, agriculture, financial and industrial customers in more than 125 countries. Side-by-side, we are building a stronger, sustainable future for agriculture. For more information, visit Cargill.com

Tuesday Afternoon Coffee Break Sponsor

CN

CN is a true backbone of the economy whose team of approximately 23,000 railroaders transports more than C$250 billion worth of goods annually for a wide range of business sectors, ranging from resource products to manufactured products to consumer goods, across a rail network of approximately 20,000 route-miles spanning Canada and mid-America. CN – Canadian National Railway Company, along with its operating railway subsidiaries – serves the cities and ports of Vancouver, Prince Rupert, B.C., Montreal, Halifax, New Orleans, and Mobile, Ala., and the metropolitan areas of Toronto, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Calgary, Chicago, Memphis, Detroit, Duluth, Minn./Superior, Wis., and Jackson, Miss., with connections to all points in North America. For more information about CN, visit the Company’s website at www.cn.ca.

Wifi Sponsor

CIBC Agriculture Services

With more than a century of experience in the agricultural sector, CIBC recognizes the importance of agriculture to the Canadian economy and our communities. We know our clients need a bank that understands their unique business needs, including production cycles, market changes, family dynamics, and consumer demands. Whether your business is just getting off the ground or well established, in a growth phase or holding steady, we are committed to providing you with flexible business solutions, dedicated business expertise and timely business advice.

CIBC is proud to support the 2019 Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference series and the advancement of women leaders across the Canadian agriculture and food industry.

Network Level Sponsors

Farm Credit Canada

FCC is Canada’s leading agriculture lender, with a healthy loan portfolio of more than $28 billion. Our employees are dedicated to the future of Canadian agriculture and its role in feeding an ever-growing world. We provide flexible, competitively priced financing, management software, information and knowledge specifically designed for the agriculture and agri-food industry. Our profits are reinvested back into agriculture and the communities where our customers and employees live and work. For more information, visit www.fcc.ca Follow Farm Credit Canada on FacebookLinkedIn and Twitter @FCCagriculture.

Gwillimdale Farms Ltd.

We are committed to farm fresh thinking!

That’s why we go the extra mile to ensure your family enjoys only the freshest, best quality veggies. How? Well, our team grows and harvests sustainably and then we clean, pack and ship it out ourselves, direct to your favourite store.  Investing in the full supply chain enables Gwillimdale Farms to ensure consistent, premium quality carrots, potatoes, onions, beets and parsnips. www.gwillimdalefarms.com

LeaderShift

LeaderShift develops leaders in the Ag related space. LeaderShift offers coaching and a rigorous leader development program capable of serving a dispersed rural clientele in a variety of cohort configurations that allows participants to learn where they work while in a learning community of other leaders of similar backgrounds. Please visit us at leader-shift.ca or contact info@leader-shift.ca for a one on one discussion about how LeaderShift can help you increase your leader effectiveness.

Mentor Level Sponsors

The Agromart Group

The Agromart Group is a joint venture agricultural retail group in Eastern Canada providing leading edge crop technology and farm solutions to farm producers, with an objective to help our customers grow safe food profitably and sustainably.  We provide an unparallel product line of crop protection, fertilizer and seed inputs delivered to our customers by the best and most knowledgeable people in our field.  Custom application, in-field scouting, crop budgeting and planning, digital ag tools and professional agronomy services are all value offers we pride ourselves on.  Helping producers mitigate production risks by focusing on solutions and ensuring that decisions made are the best ones for the customer’s specific field/farm is our mantra.  We’ve invested in our people and facilities to meet your current and future growing needs and we look forward to growing with you!
www.agromartgroup.com \  @agromartgroup

Bayer Crop Science Inc.

Bayer is a Life Science company with a more than 150-year history and core competencies in the areas of healthcare and agriculture.

Our Crop Science division is aligned to the long-term trends of the agricultural markets. Our aim is to help shape the future of the agricultural industry with innovative offerings that enable the production of sufficient high-quality food, animal feed and renewable raw materials for a growing world population despite the limited amount of available arable land.

Crop Science’s strategy is built on three cornerstones: leading the way in innovation, increasing customer centricity and promoting and further developing sustainable farming practices. https://www.cropscience.bayer.ca/

Boehringer Ingelheim (Canada) Ltd.

As one of the world’s 20 leading pharmaceutical companies, Boehringer Ingelheim focuses on the research, development, manufacturing and marketing of new medications of high therapeutic value for human and veterinary medicine. Founded in 1885, our family-owned company emphasizes the key elements of its corporate culture, which include mutual cooperation and respect, as well as environmental protection and sustainability. Our global Animal Health division is proud to provide innovative solutions that prevent and reduce disease, and improve the health and quality of life for animals. We proudly support women in agriculture! www.boehringer-ingelheim.ca

Bossy Nagy Group Chartered Professional Accountants

Bossy Nagy Group Chartered Professional Accountants (BNG) is the pre-eminent agricultural accounting and business advisory firm trusted by our clients to strengthen their business and enhance their family wealth.  BNG keeps an eye on the future, providing direction and leadership.  This is the foundation of our clients’ strengths developed over years of entrepreneurship. www.bng-cpa.ca

Egg Farmers of Ontario

Egg Farmers of Ontario is an association that represents approximately 440 egg and pullet farm families. EFO works to ensure that consumers have access to safe, reliable and reasonably-priced eggs with fair farm pricing ensuring adequate returns to egg farmers. www.getcracking.ca

Grain Farmers of Ontario

Grain Farmers of Ontario Grain Farmers of Ontario is the province’s largest commodity organization, representing Ontario’s 28,000 barley, corn, oat, soybean, and wheat farmers. The crops they grow cover over 6 million acres of farm land across the province, generate over $2.5 billion in farm gate receipts, result in over $9 billion in economic output and are responsible for over 40,000 jobs in the province. www.gfo.ca

Maple Leaf Foods

Maple Leaf Foods – supporting the health, growth and strength of Canadian women. www.mapleleaffoods.com

Ontario Federation of Agriculture

www.ofa.on.ca

SeCan

SeCan is a consortium of over 700 independent Canadian seed businesses engaged in seed production, processing and marketing.
As “Canada’s Seed Partner”, SeCan actively seeks partnerships that promote success in Canadian agriculture. SeCan is the largest supplier of certified seed to Canadian farmers, with more than 480 varieties in 27 crop types developed by public and private sector breeding programs.
Collectively, SeCan members are major supporters of seed variety research and development, returning more than $91 million in royalties and research funding since inception in 1976. www.secan.com

Student Sponsors

20/20 Seed Labs Inc.

20/20 Seed Labs Inc. recognizes that Agriculture is the most important sector on the planet and is proud to support the Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference. As the world’s population demands more seed and crop production we are prepared to meet the needs of this growing industry by supporting our clients to “never stop growing”.

20/20 Seed Labs Inc. is a fully accredited seed testing laboratory. Our suite of services includes seed testing for domestic and international clientele as well as seed and plant pathology, molecular diagnostics and crop inspection. www.2020seedlabs.ca

Alltech

Alltech Canada was founded in 1988 and has offices strategically located across the country. Alltech and its associated businesses are positioned to accommodate and service farmers’ needs in all species sectors nationwide. With our headquarters located in Guelph, Ontario, this allows us to service the local Ontario marketplace along with regional offices and warehouses in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Quebec servicing other vital agriculture markets.

At Alltech Canada, our mission is to improve the health and performance of people, animals and plants through nutrition and scientific innovation. We pursue this mission guided by what we call the ACE principle, our promise that in doing business we have a positive impact on the Animal, the Consumer and the Environment.

Our core products are natural, science based solutions for modern agriculture and include specialized yeast additives and enzymes for livestock production as well as Crop Science biostimulants, KEENAN mixer wagons and Masterfeeds. http://global.alltech.com/canada

Canadian Foundation for Food and Agricultural Education

The Canadian Foundation for Food and Agricultural Education is a national charitable organization whose mission is to support education and research in the food and agricultural sciences.   Our scholarship programs aim to support tomorrow’s leaders in the agriculture and food industry and academia by providing financial support to university students who have a passion for research, academic achievement and are committed to contributing to their communities. cffae.ca

Canadian Pork Council

The Canadian Pork Council serves as the national voice for hog producers in Canada. It represents nine provincial pork industry associations and approximately 7,000 farms spread across Canada. The CPC is honoured to sponsor the participation of a student during this conference. For more information about the Canadian Pork Council, visit www.cpc-ccp.com.

Canadian Seed Trade Association

The Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA) is the national voice of the Canadian seed industry, representing more than 130 companies and associations engaged in all aspects of seed, from research and development to plant breeding, production marketing, licensing and domestic and international sales. Members range from small family owned companies to large multinational companies engaged in over 50 different crop kinds and involved in organic, conventional and biotech production. Seedinnovation.ca

CanMar Foods Ltd.

CanMar Foods Ltd. is a fully integrated “closed loop” state of the art Canadian Flax processing company.  Able to purchase flaxseed directly from CanMar’s farming operations, we process the highest quality and best tasting flaxseed available for consumers worldwide. Our patented Roasting Process delivers an enhanced nuttier taste and achieves food safety levels unmatched in the industry. CanMar Foods serves the retail and ingredient industry.  Products are traceable from “farm to spoon” providing full transparency and traceability. CanMar Foods is exporting to over 20 countries World Wide and you can find our products in Canada at Costco, Coop, London Drugs, Real Canadian Superstore and Safeway. www.canmarfoods.com.

Chicken Farmers of Ontario

Chicken Farmers of Ontario (CFO) represents more than 1,300 family run farms that collectively ensure Ontario consumers enjoy a reliable supply of safe, healthy, high quality, Ontario-grown chicken.

CFO provides innovative and entrepreneurial leadership to the supply management system that matches domestic production to domestic consumer demand. The system helps ensure that Canadians have access to a stable supply of high quality locally grown chicken at a fair price.

For female farmer-members, CFO encourages and provides support for planning and participation in Women in Leadership activities in local communities. ontariochicken.ca

Edge of Control

At Edge of Control we recognize that we as people often walk a fine line between being in control and out of control.  What makes us stronger and more capable to walk this line is a network of support.

We are thrilled to sponsor Advancing Women in Agriculture this year and join a group of incredible people collaborating to help each other grow and enrich lives at home, at work and in our communities!  We look forward to helping others through our technical expertise in food processing, project management and continuous improvement.  Let the Networking begin! www.edgeofcontrol.ca

FBSciences

As an emerging leader in plant health innovation, FBSciences is focused on the discovery and development of breakthrough value-adding active ingredients that enhance the growth and health of agriculture and horticulture crops, markets and consumers worldwide. Our naturally-based, proprietary technologies assist in preserving land and water usage while improving crop yield and quality, thereby providing sustainable solutions, both economic and environmental, for the pressing problems of shrinking resources to meet expanding global demand. FBSciences.com

Genome Prairie

Genome Prairie is the leading not-for-profit organization for support and management of large-scale genomics and related bioscience research projects in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Industry sectors such as agriculture, health, mining and energy are benefitting from the organization’s outreach and commercialization initiatives. With its partners, Genome Prairie has supported more than $197 million of research activity in plant, animal and human genomics, bioinformatics, instrumentation development and bioethics since its establishment in 2000. http://www.genomeprairie.ca/

MacDon Industries Ltd.

For nearly 70 years MacDon has been a world leader in technology, innovation and manufacturing of high-performance harvesting equipment. Our harvesting history is rooted deep in the rich prairie heritage of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. As a Canadian company, we’ve kept our values firmly intact while becoming a world-class equipment manufacturer. We are proud of our worldwide reputation for excellence and take our position as the Harvesting Specialists seriously, because at the end of the day our equipment is harvesting the crops that help producers feed the world.

MacDon Industries Ltd. is proud to sponsor the Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference! http://www.macdon.com/

NSERC CWSE-Prairies

Dr. Annemieke Farenhorst, Prairie NSERC Chair for Women in Science and Engineering, and Associate Dean Research, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Science, University of Manitoba, is a proud sponsor of enabling students from the West to attend the Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference in the East: “As an educator, I recognize the importance of mentorship and networking for our students. This is particularly true for women who traditionally have been less visible in our agricultural sector. The Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference brings to together established leaders with new leaders and voices to positively impact the health of our food production & processing system, and our community.” http://cwse-prairies.ca

Ontario Genomics

Ontario Genomics (OG) is a not-for-profit organization focused on catalyzing and enabling genomics research and innovations across key sectors of Ontario’s bio-economy including human health, agriculture and agri-food, bioproducts and clean technologies, and natural resources such as mining, forestry and water. A catalyst and convener, we connect ideas, people, and partner organizations for collaborative investment opportunities in genomics-based research, translation and application aimed at driving economic growth and improving quality of life.

OG’s public private partnership programs enable all partners to leverage their funding. We are Ontario’s point of entry to Genome Canada’s national competitions, and we also facilitate translational research through small scale awards that are adjudicated through OG’s rigorous due diligence and/or peer review process. Our operations are funded by the Ontario Ministry of Research, Innovation and Science (MRIS) and the federal research funding agency, Genome Canada.

As a specialist organization made up of expert staff with experience in academia, funding agencies, startup companies and multinationals, OG works across the breadth of the innovation ecosystem, while also becoming deeply involved in projects. OG helps researchers to position their research ideas for federal and provincial funding, connect with industry partners, work with established companies and startups to advance genomics solutions and educate policy makers and the public. For more information please visit www.ontariogenomics.ca

Ontario Mutuals

Ontario Mutuals are 40 independent insurance companies that grew in the small towns and rural areas that form the backbone of our province.

For more than 160 years, Ontario Mutuals have been – and still are – about people coming together to protect themselves in a common need. Because there are no shareholders in a mutual insurance company, the interests of the policyholders are served first.

Premiums, together with income from investments, are used to pay losses sustained by policyholders as well as the expenses of running the company. Any excess surplus generated on a year to year basis either remains in the company’s surplus account for the benefit of the policyholders or may from time to time be refunded to policyholders.

It’s a concept of mutual trust and has been the choice of many since our first mutual opened in 1856. Find out more at www.ontariomutuals.com

Royal Bank of Canada

RBC Royal Bank is here to help our clients and communities build a better future. We believe that diversity and inclusion provide an advantage in intellectual capital and helps ensure continued growth in the markets we serve. Whether it’s creating an inclusive workplace that offers all employees the opportunity to reach their potential, developing programs and services to meet the needs of women and women entrepreneurs or supporting initiatives that address the needs of women in our communities, making the most of our diversity is both the smart thing and the right thing to do. www.rbcroyalbank.com/agriculture

Stokes Seeds

Stokes Seeds is proud to sponsor the Advancing Women Conference and supports women in the field of agriculture.

Stokes is a distributor of over 3,500 varieties of flower, vegetable and herb seed to customers throughout North America. Through technological advances and extensive seed variety trials we are committed to assisting all gardeners – from the large commercial growers to the beginner hobbyist to supply the highest quality seed along with the know-how to ensure success. Visit www.StokeSeeds.comto learn more.

The Berry Growers of Ontario

The Berry Growers of Ontario (BGO) was formed in 2017 under the Farm Products Marketing Commission. Before BGO was formed the provincial berry grower organizations were the Ontario Highbush Blueberry Association and the Ontario Berry Growers Association, who represented 200 growers who produce 80% of the berry crops in Ontario. The mission of this marketing board is to work with growers and their customers to deliver an outstanding berry eating experience to consumers, and to deliver value to berry growers by supporting the needs that contribute to their profitability. www.ontarioberries.com

Thompsons Limited

Thompsons Limited is proud to have a diversified blend of women working for their organization representing many different skill sets in the agriculture space. Agriculture continues to be a competitive and rewarding space for women to work, prosper and add value. Established in 1924, Thompsons Limited provides quality seed, grain, processing and agricultural services to several customer segments. The company supplies value-added agricultural products and complete agronomy and precision-ag services to farmers, and provides localised grain handling facilities. Thompsons also procure, process, package and ship food soybeans, edible beans, organics and commercial grains to domestic and export markets worldwide. Thompsons contracts with growers and supplies food processors with top quality, safe food ingredients. ThompsonsLimited.com

TSC Stores

For over 50 years, TSC Stores have catered to those who enjoy the country lifestyle in Ontario. With a broad range of products to suit both rural and urban shoppers, at times even lifelong TSC customers can be surprised at what they find when they visit. From farm & work wear to automotive to fencing to pet supplies and livestock feed, TSC offers an incredibly unique selection of products all under one roof.

TSC Stores recently combined with Peavey Mart and MainStreet Hardware stores (in the western provinces) to officially become Canada’s largest farm and ranch retailer. While united and strengthened on a corporate level as Peavey Industries LP, these three brands continue to operate in their local communities in much the same way as always. Peavey Industries LP is proudly 100% Canadian and employee owned. There are 49 TSC Stores in Ontario, 40 Peavey Mart stores across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia, and 3 MainStreet Hardware stores in Alberta. www.tscstores.com

Winery & Grower Alliance of Ontario

The Winery & Grower Alliance of Ontario is an alliance of leading wineries and grape growers working together to ensure the entire Ontario wine industry is robust, sustainable and profitable today, tomorrow and many years to come.

We are generations of winemakers as well as new entrepreneurs. We cultivate vast acreages of grapes and smaller vineyards too. Together, we are proud of our international acclaim for award winning wines produced from the beautiful, rich and diverse Wine Country of Ontario.  We are committed to offering a wide range of quality wines to enjoy at any occasion, from 100% Ontario Vintners Quality Alliance (VQA) to International Canadian Blends (ICB) wines, our award winning wines span the taste preference, quality and value appreciated by our local customers.  But most of all, we are personally and collectively passionate about the grape and wine industry and truly committed to its continued success here at home and around the globe.  www.wgao.ca

Zoetis

Zoetis is the leading animal health company, dedicated to supporting its customers and their businesses. Building on more than 60 years of experience in animal health, Zoetis discovers, develops, manufactures and markets veterinary vaccines and medicines, complemented by diagnostic products, genetic tests, biodevices and a range of services. Zoetis serves veterinarians, livestock producers and people who raise and care for farm and companion animals with sales of its products in more than 100 countries. In 2016, the company generated annual revenue of $4.9 billion with approximately 9,000 employees. For more information, please visit www.zoetis.ca

Media Sponsors

Canadian Cattlemen – The Beef Magazine

Published since 1938 and known to many readers as “the cattleman’s bible,” its content is relevant, practical, informative and applicable to anyone in Canada’s beef industry. From the best ways to grow the forage crops that sustain Canada’s cows and their calves, to the marketing chain of feedlots, packers and domestic and international sales, beef producers will find it all in Canadian Cattlemen. It’s also a key source of information for Canada’s purebred cattle associations and producer organizations. CanadianCattlemen.ca

Canadian Poultry

www.canadianpoultrymag.com

Country Guide

With roots back to 1882, Country Guide is Canada’s oldest and best-known farm title. Success through strategic business thinking, no matter how small or large the operation, provides a fresh modern editorial focus. Whether it’s the intensive, high-value specialty operation or a grain farm of thousands of acres, Country Guide provides case studies of successful farmers – from young farmers taking the operation to the next step or the mature farmer looking for a successful transition to the next generation. Country-guide.ca

Eastern Ontario AgriNews

www.agrinews.ca

FarmMarketer.com

Farm Marketer is one of Canada’s leading online agriculture communities, and the largest agriculture real estate website in our country. We are dedicated to providing the latest information on Agriculture Real Estate, News, Weather, Commodities and what matters most to Canadian agriculture. Our website truly has a national presence with loyal visitors coming to our website on a daily basis from across Canada’s farming communities. farmmarketer.com

Farmtario

Farmtario is a new source of information for Ontario Farmers. Our Ontario-based farm journalists are some of the most-trusted and experienced in the business. We believe the future of Ontario agriculture is bright but change is rapid. We are committed to providing information you can rely on in an ever-changing industry so you can use your resources efficiently and effectively.  Farmtario is available where you need it, when you need it. Find Farmtario online, on your phone, in your inbox, on social media and in your mailbox. Farmtario.com

Fruit and Vegetable

www.fruitandveggie.com

Germination

Germination – The magazine of the Canadian seed industry. germination.ca

Grainews

Practical production tips for the Prairie farmer

Grainews is the publication farmers use to get on with the day-to-day business of farming – choosing the right herbicide, how to buy, use and maintain machinery or managing the farm accounts. The focus is on grain, but each issue also features a section called Cattleman’s Corner which targets cow-calf producers and the thousands of Prairie farmers who have an integrated grain and cattle operation. Grainews.ca

Growerspoint.com

Growerspoint.comhttp://www.growerspoint.com) is an Online Resource for the Agriculture Industry. Access News, other tools to assist in Crop Production. Email: info@growerspoint.com

Harrowsmith

The newly refined Harrowsmith embraces the same aesthetic that inspired James Lawrence, by continuing to build a community of knowledge and sharing. Focusing on family-run farms, beekeeping, climate change, indie breweries, fair trade collectives, permaculture and off-grid life with DIY videos, digital editions and coveted full-sized print magazines, it’s a virtual village of learning.

Today’s Harrowsmith is still eagerly consumed around farmhouse tables, as well as dockside on Muskoka chairs, on condo balconies, and at downtown coffee shops. It’s not just a magazine anymore, it’s a place of inspiration, ideas and networking. Join us! www.HarrowsmithMag.com

Issues Ink

Issues Ink – Communications for a growing world. issuesink.com

Jersey Canada

Jersey Canada is the non-profit national association for owners and breeders of registered and recorded Jersey cattle. The association is responsible for the management of the Jersey herd book, and its role is to provide tools to increase profitability and develop the Jersey breed in Canada. Jersey Canada helps breeders make good decisions. www.jerseycanada.com

Manitoba Co-operator

The Manitoba Co-operator has been a fixture in most Manitoba farm homes since 1947. Featuring farm news from the next town or the next continent, and weekly sections dedicated to both crop and livestock production and markets. The Co-operator also has industry and policy news, lively opinion pages and a weekly farm weather page with analysis, precipitation reports, and a forecast for the week ahead. ManitobaCooperator.ca

Manure Manager

www.manuremanager.com

Ontario Dairy Farmer

Ontario Dairy Farmer is the magazine dairy farmers turn to for the information they need to keep them informed of the pressing issues of the day. Articles run the gamut from the politics of farming to trends and technology. Meet the personalities who sustain our farming communities and the policy makers who help shape the agricultural landscape. In each issue, readers can also look forward to a publication that carries a wealth of information including articles pertaining to, animal health, nutrition, breeding, research, consumer trends, the political scene and industry news.

Ontario Farmer

Ontario Farmer is the province’s only weekly farm publication, published every Tuesday. It is a business-to-business communicator with an extensive editorial network of editors and reporters, across the province, including many women on and off the farm. Meet the personalities who sustain our farming communities and the policy makers who help shape the agricultural landscape. Regular departments include News, Production, Markets, Auctions, Classified Ads, Rural Properties and Careers.

Ontario Farmer has a stable of companion publications for niche markets. We produce a farm show program for two of the farm shows in Ontario, as well as magazines for the dairy, hog, beef and cash crop sectors. Further information on these can be found on or web site www.ontariofarmer.com. Ontario Farmer is a well-established institution in Ontario’s farming circles.

Ontario Hog Farmer

Ontario Hog Farmer is aimed specifically at the province’s pork producers and has always been a consistent and accurate source of information. The magazine gives its readers the lowdown on everything pertaining to hog production – such as animal health, nutrition and breeding– it also provides in-depth coverage of the issues that matter to pork producers right now, from profiles of industry leaders and their take on the important issues of the day, to agricultural politics and the decisions that affect every aspect of farming.

Progressive Dairyman

www.progressivedairycanada.com

Real Agriculture

RealAgriculture.com is focused on the issues that are impacting agriculture. Our site is focused on getting you the opinions on the issues so that you not only get the news but the insight into what the news means to your business. Whether you are a farmer, employed in industry, or research we have content that is applicable to you and your business. Find us at www.realagriculture.com or listen to RealAg Radio on SiriusXM Rural Radio Channel 147.

Rural Roots Canada

Rural Roots Canada gets to the Stem and Meat of Agriculture.
RRC strives to tell unique stories from the agriculture community that show the true roots of the industry. It will also show off new products and ideas from the ever evolving industry. www.ruralrootscanada.com

Small Farm Canada

Small Farm Canada magazine is the established voice in Canadian agriculture … informing, entertaining, inspiring and challenging small farmers and rural property owners across Canada. Published bi-monthly since 2004, Small Farm Canada delivers award-winning, quality articles that provide information on farming, farming techniques, equipment, market gardening and small-scale livestock production and market trends. For more information on this trusted name in farming visit www.smallfarmcanada.ca

Spud Smart

Spud Smart is Canada’s national magazine dedicated to providing timely information to the Canadian potato industry, from seed to processing to export. Designed to be the voice of potato growers, processors, industry suppliers and policy makers, Spud Smart is proud to work hard for growers across the country, allowing us to focus on issues that matter to the industry.http://spudsmart.com.

Top Crop Manager

www.topcropmanager.com

The Western Producer

The Western Producer is an integral part of the family farm, reaching deep into the rural landscape of Western Canada. The Producer engages with the decision makers, women and men, who make modern farms successful. www.producer.com