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Livestock Production in the Clay Belt

Understanding the Barriers to Livestock Production in the Clay Belt: an Economic, Social and Environmental Analysis
 

The project, entitled Understanding the Barriers to Livestock Production in the Clay Belt: An Economic, Social and Environmental Analysis, has been funded through the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) New Directions grant program. The goal of this study was to explore and understand the institutional and individual barriers to establishing livestock productions in the Clay Belt, particularly along the northern corridor of Highway 11 (between Hearst and Cochrane).

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Final Report - Understanding the Barriers to Livestock Production in the Clay Belt: An Economic, Social and Environmental Analysis


Related Reports
 

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Agriculture in Northern Ontario: Ten Myths

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Municipal Toolkit

Ten strategies municipalities in the Clay Belt can utilize to develop, support and enhance the livestock

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Provincial Toolkit

Ten strategies the province can utilize to develop, support and enhance the livestock sector in the Clay Belt

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Farmers' Toolkit

Ten strategies farmers in the Clay Belt can utilize to develop, support and enhance the livestock sector

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