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Fresh fodder: The new year begins with a bang

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The end of the year is the best time to start growing fresh food in Canada, says fresh fodder producer David Gagnon, who is celebrating the arrival of January by planting bananas and sorghums.

Gagnons team of eight has been growing potatoes, strawberries and other plants since April and is hoping to harvest a harvest of more than 4,000 pounds this year.

“The best thing to do is go into the ground and get your crops planted,” said Gagnson.

The plantings have taken place at his farm, a one-stop shop in the village of Barrie, and the next step will be a shipment of seeds to be planted on his land in the province of Quebec.

Gagne said he and his team of about 20 workers are planting seeds and hoping to be ready to harvest next year.

The harvest will be the start of a new year for many farmers in Canada and abroad.

“It is a great time to be a farmer,” Gagnont said.

He said he has had the support of many people in his village. “

We are excited to start harvesting in the new year.”

He said he has had the support of many people in his village.

For some farmers in Nova Scotia, the new season means planting strawberries, and for others, it is the start to a new life. “

All of them are very grateful for what we have been doing.”

For some farmers in Nova Scotia, the new season means planting strawberries, and for others, it is the start to a new life.

“Growing strawberries is very exciting.

It means more time to do my homework,” said Brenda Ebeling, a strawberry farmer in the Cape Breton region.

This year it will be warmer, and we will get more rain.” “

In Nova Scotia we have always been blessed to have the sun for the last five years.

This year it will be warmer, and we will get more rain.”

The seeds are being planted on Gagnone’s farm to give him the opportunity to see what the fruits look like.

The Nova Scotia government said it was committed to supporting small farmers in the region, including those who are struggling with their crop yields.

The province said it supports farmers who choose to grow their own crops and that it was offering support to farmers who had already planted seeds.

For more information about growing your own food, visit www.cbc.ca/foodandbeverage.

“Our province is working hard to provide all Nova Scotians with the tools and resources to be successful and grow their business,” said Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.

This is an exciting time to consider starting a business or growing your farm, and I encourage everyone to start their own business.”