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Family-owned and operated in the Barrie community for over 30 years, B&I has helped generations of farmers to keep things moving.
Every June since 1972, Ontario Pork Congress has been the place Ontario’s swine industry comes together to celebrate pride and innovation.
Father and son talk about the importance of equipment in helping producing 4.5 million litres of milk every year.
Dowler-Karn has been fuelling communities since 1943. A 3rd generation family business, they pair technology with old fashioned service.
UPI Energy FS provides the petroleum, propane and lubricant products required to meet the energy needs of Agricultural Co-operative customers.
A family farm's turkeys can feed over half-a-million people per year, and keeping equipment running is crucial.
A lot of the work on this chicken farm is time sensitive and the equipment has to work when it's needed.
Farming is about family and supporting local communities and the economy - while protecting the environment.
On a farm established in 1812, one man is following his uncle back into family farming.
The Process, The People, The Passion. Stories from our community - the farmers, manufacturers and distributors who love what they do.
The average price of farmland in Canada has more than doubled in the last 10 years, leading to concerns about the future of agriculture in this country as a large group of farmers retires over the next decade.
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, but there are still different ways of doing things.