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Stop. Think. Act. Some safety tips for those working, often alone, out on the farm.
In challenging times, the things that matter most are often the things we take for granted.
Agris Co-operative, with the support of Libro, is implementing new technologies.
A sixth-generation family-run company, Burnbrae has been produce eggs for 75 years.
Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers farmers and processors make safe, health, affordable food that lasts.
From vineyards and orchards to breweries and farmers' markets, you've got to come visit Prescott-Russell with so much to see and do!
By growing their own ingredients, these soap-makers know exactly what goes into their products.
Affordable food is a priority for everyone, and grain farmers are doing what they can to keep costs down.
Women in Agriculture: What does a farmer look like? More and more women are helping to feed Ontario.
Dickey Bee Honey, Purple Hill Lavender Farm, Integrated Farms and Windlee Farms Maple Syrup are all right in Simcoe County.
A look at the importance of agriculture equipment on Delhaven Orchards.
Peter Hillen of Hillen Nurseries says he would recommend Kubota to anybody.
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture is encouraging those facing challenges to reach out.
Mental health issues are real, and it's OK to ask for help.
She is a farmer. She is strong but gentle and knows what it takes to get the job done.
This guy is the epitome of agriculture, a farmer whose family has been feeding Ontario for generations.
Two brothers from Wellesley are utilizing crabapples -- a tasty fruit that often goes to waste.
Listen to Pure Country London's Forman as he highlights the farming community and the issues that affect farmers. Brought to you by investinmiddlesex.ca.
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Women are increasingly taking the reins in Canada's agriculture industry, even though it can mean long hours and grueling work.
Follow the adventures of a Huron County couple - a sheep farmer and a grain farmer.
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.
Farmers gathered in Woodstock, Ont. on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017.
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, but there are still different ways of doing things.