A measured, strategic approach helps the Davis family of Paris, Ont., successfully serve a niche for leeks, a vegetable with relatively flat market demand.
A drive to succeed, a strong work ethic and incorporation of global innovation trends gives a mushroom farmer the edge he needs – and $50 million in annual sales.
Farming opportunities come in many forms. For the Payne and Steele families, the least expected way forward ended up being the very best.
Hometown-proud Julie Milne of Campbellford, Ont., knows what she wants to do after graduation: help people understand the facts and science behind modern agriculture.
Raising and marketing their Koru Creek Wagyu and commercial beef crossbreeds at Waikikahei Ranch lets Scott and Amy Hay pursue their Canadian dream.
Successful farms don’t rest on their laurels. They forge ahead with new and exciting ventures.
Agriculture up-and-comer Gerritt Pastink’s passion for machinery and the family farm is gearing him towards a bright future in agriculture.
Creekside Hothouse owners Ravi and Gurinder Cheema share how they grow great-tasting tomatoes and why it’s important to share the food story with consumers.
Brothers Dale and Jan VanderHout are among Ontario’s largest growers of greenhouse cucumbers and they continue to innovate.
With 10,000 acres of cropland, Will Farms led by Elaine Bellamy runs on family tradition, careful stewardship and a distinctively modern approach to business management.