Forage

The Ontario Forage Council is a non-profit organization devoted specifically to forages. It is comprised of producer associations, commercial companies and other agribusiness interests which share common goals—gathering and disseminating ideas and information, supporting research and development in forages and sponsoring consolidation of forage projects to provide a focus for the efforts of a multitude of personnel.

  • News Articles

    • Kim Schneider in front of grazing beef cattle at Elora Research Station

      Forage and pasture research ramping up in Ontario with new faculty and facilities

      Ontario Beef, August 2021: Forage and pasture research at the University of Guelph is kicking into high gear with pastureland renovation and expansion at the University of Guelph beef research facilities at Elora and the hiring of a new forage and service crops professor.

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    • Climate Change: Why is no one talking about agriculture as a solution?

      LRIC newsletter, September 2020: Agriculture has enormous climate change mitigating capacities that aren't been harnessed - why is that?

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  • Research Scouts

  • These two farming methods can feed the planet and help the environment — but they need to get along

    Published September 9, 2021

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  • Hydroponic system offers year-round on-farm feed solution

    Published May 28, 2021

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  • Meeting the meat needs of the future

    Published March 3, 2021

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  • Survey reveals how pandemic has changed consumers’ food habits

    Published March 2, 2021

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  • Researchers aim to 'upcycle' nutrient waste on farms using duckweed

    Published December 28, 2020

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  • Land ecosystems are becoming less efficient at absorbing CO2

    Published December 18, 2020

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