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As the agricultural industry changes, so does how they interact with their financial institution.
Ag Energy is an energy commodity broker that helps members save on power.
Pioneer salutes farmers' dedication, hard work and pride in their products.
UPI knows reliability is key when it comes to energy needs in rural Ontario.
Founded over 30 years ago, Ag Energy provides natural gas and electricity commodity to businesses across Ontario.
Like steel, Hunter aims to be straight, strong and dependable.
A coupe that’s been farming their whole lives continues to rely on Kubota, with their son now working for the company.
An egg farm is an endless opportunity for learning for young children.
Farming with soil sustainability in mind means farmers can continue to grow food for generations to come.
Kubota equipment is durable and strong, and can stand up to life on the farm.
The Bloeman family talk about the growing and changing role of women in agriculture.
A new generation of farmers is taking on producing quality eggs for Gray Ridge Eggs.
Ag Energy provide natural gas and electricity commodity to business across Ontario.
Farming has been a family enterprise for generations, meet the family behind Seldom Rest Family Farms.
Water is the backbone of the agricultural industry, but not something people think about on a regular basis.
The Process, The People, The Passion. Stories from our community - the farmers, manufacturers and distributors who love what they do.
While working door-to-door pitching deals for a year's worth of frozen meat, Marc Lafleur realized consumers want quality, local meat, but can't afford the freezer space or the cash to do it.
Women are increasingly taking the reins in Canada's agriculture industry, even though it can mean long hours and grueling work.
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Follow the adventures of a Huron County couple - a sheep farmer and a grain farmer.
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.