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These organizations operate from the Grey Ag Services office

The logo for Alternative Land Use Services, of Grey and Bruce counties.
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The logo for the Ontario Biomass Producers Co-op with their logo 'For a Cleaner Tomorrow'.
The Ontario Forage Council logo.
  • Alternative Land Use Services ALUS Canada is a community developed and farmer delivered national charitable organization that helps farmers and ranchers produce ecosystem services on their land.  These include cleaner air, cleaner water, flood migration, carbon sequestration, species at risk habitat and support for native bees and pollinators.  ALUS sustains agriculture, wildlife and natural spaces for all Canadians, one acre at a time.

  • Grey Bruce Farmers Week  GBFW is a 7 day agricultural conference featuring a program dedicated to each of the major commodity groups in Grey and Bruce counties and beyond.  Commodity Days include: Beef, Dairy, Crops, Ecological, Goat, Sheep and Horse. Since 1966 GBFW has been held in person, in 2021 it pivoted to fully virtual per the public health crisis.  

  • Ontario Biomass Producers Co-operative Inc.  A group of Ontario farmers exploring the sustainable production and marketing of biomass crops. Different types of memberships are available: Producer memberships (Co-op shareholders), Individual or Business Associate memberships. 

  • Ontario Forage Council  A non-profit organization devoted specifically to forages. It is comprised of producer associations, commercial companies and other agribusiness interests which share common goals - gathering and disseminating ideas and information, supporting research and development in forages and sponsoring consolidation of forage projects to provide a focus for the efforts of a multitude of personnel

  • Ontario Hay Listings  An easy and effective site for bringing forage producers and buyers together. This service is offered free of charge. Ontario Hay Listing is a self-service tool that enables buyers and sellers of forages, in Canada and the US to announce and search available or needed hay and more! Managed by the Ontario Forage Council, you can find the Hay Listings website here.


  • Georgian Central Soil & Crop Improvement Association  Ontario soil and crop improvement association (OSCIA), founded in 1939, is a unique not-for-profit farm organization. Our dedicated membership has significant representation in all commodity groups across the province.  The Georgian region of OSCIA is made up of Bruce, Dufferin, Grey, North and South Simcoe counties.

The Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association logo.
The Ontario Hay Listings logo.
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