The Elora Research Station is one of the largest agricultural research farms in Canada. The Dairy Facility at the Elora Research Station is often called the world's most advanced state-of-the-art dairy research station, drawing visitors from across the globe.
These specialized publications reflect some of the many activities undertaken by the Alliance to improve the sustainability and prosperity of Ontario's agri-food sector and rural communities. Additional strategically themed newsletters highlighting University of Guelph research are available through the Office of Research.
Innovation fuels economic development, job creation and trade across the agr-food sector. A world-class network of field stations, managed by the University of Guelph, powers this innovation in the Province of Ontario.
Every year the Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance produces a special edition of the University of Guelph's long-established Research magazine called the Agri-Food Yearbook. In the Agri-Food Yearbook, we showcase the programs and research that make up the Alliance.
This magazine is published through the Office of Research's well-known SPARK program, and is jointly produced by OMAFRA and U of G staff.
If you would like copies of the current or past Agri-Food Yearbook, please contact KTT Admin.
Celebrating the 2018 renewal of the OMAFRA-U of G Agreement and how innovation is driving agri-food in Ontario.
Focusing on how agri-food researchers are making a positive impact on the health of our communities, our environment and our economy.
Focusing on how agri-food researchers are helping the agri-food sector meet the premier's challenge of having the sector provide more jobs and exports.
Highlighting the creative research partnerships that help foster innovation.
Highlighting the return on investment through innovation and collaboration.
The third edition of the OMAFRA-U of G Agreement, Agri-Food yearbook
This second edition of the OMAFRA-U of G Agreement, Agri-Food yearbook focuses on sustainability from an economic, social and environmental view point.
This first Agri-food yearbook highlights the Alliance for research, laboratory and veterinary programs between the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA) and the University of Guelph.
Staying Ahead of the Curve Magazine
In 2013, as part of the OMAFRA-U of G Agreement, the Animal Health Laboratory was awarded funding for a Disease Surveillance Plan (DSP). The Ontario Animal Health Network (OAHN) was developed as part of the DSP. OAHN is now made up of 10 species network, covering each major livestock species in Ontario, plus companion animals and wildlife.
Detailing what the Disease Surveillance Plan and Ontario Animal Health Network completed from 2013-2018, including summaries by network, research projects, equipment purchased, tests developed, and much more.