Ontario Grain Farmer
The magazine of Grain Farmers of Ontario
OCTOBER 2014
FEATURES
Beyond ethanol
Treena Hein
Ethanol and the environment
Edith Munro
Niche market success
Rachel Telford
High oleic soybeans
Amy Petherick
A new national soybean organization
Erin Calhoun
Controlling early season insects
Blair Andrews
Verifying sustainability
Jeanine Moyer
Sustainable soy
Rebecca Hannam
ALSO IN THIS ISSUE
Maizall
Edith Munro
Opening access
Owen Roberts
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Diversifying the market
From the CEO's Desk
Market side: Futures trading basics
GRAIN MARKETING LESSONS
Business side: Farm safety
CONVERSATIONS WITH BUSINESS EXPERTS
Cropside: Poor nodulation
AGRONOMIC INFORMATION FROM ONTARIO'S CROP SPECIALISTS
GFO Newsletter for October 2014
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Future of Grain
HIGHLIGHTING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY IN GRAIN PRODUCTION AND UTILIZATION
In the news
NEWS BITES THAT MATTER
Research roundup
FIND OUT WHAT'S NEW IN THE WORLD OF RESEARCH
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 October 2014

Beyond ethanol
A PROFILE OF GREENFIELD NATURALS
Treena Hein

FUEL ETHANOL IS an overproduced commodity which keeps prices relatively low. To maintain long-term stability in the fuel ethanol business, GreenField Specialty Alcohols (formerly GreenField Ethanol) is hard at work developing and marketing new
High oleic soybeans
THERE ARE TWO important aspects of soybeans used in food production — oil and protein. Ontario’s growing Identity Preserved (IP) soybean crop is meeting the market demand for protein; however, the same cannot yet be said for oil.Although
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Verifying sustainability
AGRICULTURE IS ARGUABLY the most important stakeholder in the food value chain. That’s why, when Grain Farmers of Ontario heard about a new global food industry initiative, with a mission to develop a standard set of sustainable agriculture
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