Prepared by Lois Harris for Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association  Guelph – Having good on-farm biosecurity is one of the best ways to prevent a disease outbreak on your livestock operation. Assessing the ways viruses, bacteria and other threats can get into, move around and leave your farm is a wise first step to […]

  The Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) is pleased to announce that the newest installment of the Great Lakes Agricultural Stewardship Initiative (GLASI) is now available. The Farmland Health Incentive Program (FHIP) offers cost-share funding for farmers located within the Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair watersheds and the Lake Huron southeast shores […]

Adam Hayes Wins Inaugural OSCIA Soil Champion Award February 18, 2014 For immediate release Guelph, ON – Adam Hayes, a Field Crops Soil Management Specialist with OMAF and MRA has been the very first recipient of the OSCIA Soil Champion Award. This annual award was initiated by Don Lobb and Lillie Ann Morris who are […]


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