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Why didn’t they change their ways?

Eaton’s and Sears wrote the book on distance sales by putting a free catalogue in every household. Whether you lived in Toronto or Skinners Pond, everybody in the house studied…

Trading chemicals for clover in cereal fields

Trading chemicals for clover in cereal fields

Donald Teuma-Castelletti LUSKVILLE Nov. 7, 2017 Pontiac farmers were invited to an information session last week on how they could reduce pollutants in their soil while potentially increasing crop yield.…

Be prepared for farm visits by Chris Judd

Many farms have been visited and will receive requests for visits in the future. Classes of school children are very observant and remember what they hear and see. Retirement home…

Local 4H club makes us proud at the 42nd Provincial Rally

Local 4H club makes us proud at the 42nd Provincial Rally

From July 27 to 30, seven members of the Shawville 4H Club went to Ayers Cliff, Que., about five hours from Shawville. It was the 42nd Provincial Rally hosted by…

Agri-awareness moves to lower beef barn by Chris Lowrey

Agri-awareness moves to lower beef barn by Chris Lowrey

THE EQUITY chatted with Shawville Fair director Charleen Moore in advance of this year’s event to see what’s new at the agri-awareness exhibition. THE EQUITY: What’s new this year? Charleen…

Funding for liming and drainage

CAMPBELL’S BAY May 31, 2017 As announced in its 2017-2018 Economic Plan, Quebec City is adding $4 million over two years in order to enhance the budget earmarked for the…

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