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Barrie Hill Farms, Windrush Estate Winery and Quayle's Brewery provide quality products for the County of Simcoe and beyond.
Soothing aroma at Purple Hill Lavender Farms, chicken like grandmas at Urban Farms and sweet syrup at Windlee Farms, all in Simcoe County.
The Oro Fair Farmers' Market, family-owned Say Cheese and syrup from Maple Grove showcase the spirit of Simcoe County.
What’s Your Food Story invites everyone across the province to celebrate food and its place in our lives.
Grain Farmers of Ontario brings Ontarians together through food stories.
Egg Farmers of Ontario share take pride in their part of the story of agriculture, they have been helping feed families for generations.
The farmers of Perth County are proud to feed families around the world!
How does wetland restoration work when farmers partner with Ducks Unlimited?
Wetlands restoration: Farmers are stewards of the land, working to conserve and protect wetlands.
Wetlands Protection: Wetlands create wildlife habitat and provide flood protection as well as cleaning the water.
Supporting sustainable agriculture in Ontario, farms support local communities and the economy.
OFA: Ensuring the next generation knows how to make health and nutritious food.
OFA: Ensuring the next generation knows how to find local food.
OFA: Ensuring the next generation knows how to make healthy food choices.
This guy is the epitome of agriculture, a farmer whose family has been feeding Ontario for generations.
She is a farmer. She is strong but gentle and knows what it takes to get the job done.
Lynn River Farm in Stratford is working with Perth County Tourism to create a unique farm-to-table experience.
Share your photos on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram with #fieldstoforks and you could be featured on the CTV News at 6!
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.