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Food is often the focus of our culture, and many local farmers are now growing specialty crops to feed the need.
Mia Willemsen talks about her dad's drive to bring fresh produce to Sunripe's customers.
Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers make sure fresh-picked, local fruits and vegetables are canned and frozen at their peak.
Across Ontario 28,000 farm families are growing barley, corn, soybeans, oats and wheat - for your table and to travel around the world.
Farming is a way of life, and Agromart Group understands, striving to grow and work with customers.
Seeds have great potential - smaller than a dime, a single seed of corn holds the power to feed, fuel, heal and build.
Egg farmers in Ontario are committed to some of the highest quality standards in the world when it comes to their hens.
One of the oldest family-operated egg producers in Canada, there is still a passion for the business after 83 years.
Ontario pork farmers care for their animals and their environment while providing sustainable food to the community.
A Huron County butcher talks about his love for his job and the county that's all about agriculture.
The Process, The People, The Passion. Stories from our community - the farmers, manufacturers and distributors who love what they do.
New U.S. research has found a link between exposure to a dairy farm in early life and a lower incidence and severity of respiratory illnesses, allergies and chronic skin rashes in children.
Farmers gathered in Woodstock, Ont. on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017.
Meet some of Ontario's farmers and learn about who they are and what they produce.
Take a tour of and learn how different producing eggs is from caring for dairy cows or growing grain or raising goats.
Learn why farmers do what they do and some other interesting facts about farming and Ontario crops.
Six by Sixteen aims to get young people into the kitchen, with how-to videos, recipes and source guides.
Did you know over 7 billion eggs are sold in Canada each year? Learn more about what our farmers produce.
All food in Ontario is grown safely and in an envrionmentally-responsible way, but there are still different ways of doing things.