Tour a feedlot and learn how cattle are cared for in Canada.
Tour a corn field and learn how organic corn is planted and harvested.
Tour a flower farm and learn how fresh cut flowers are planted and harvested.
Tour a farm and learn how fresh peas are harvested and processed.
Tour a turkey barn and learn how turkeys are cared for in Canada.
Tour a broiler chicken barn and lean how chickens are cared for.
Tour a greenhouse and learn how peppers are grown in Canada.
Learn the different steps taken to get chickens from the farm to the table.
Discover answers to frequently asked questions about how strawberries grow in Canada.
Canada’s meat supply is still secure. Grocery shelves will be filled. We will still have beef, eggs, milk, pork, turkey and chicken to feed our families.
See how cucumbers get from a greenhouse to your plate in just a few short hours.
Propagation greenhouses supply other greenhouses with the tiny seedlings that will grow into food producing plants.
The Canadian food supply has not been shorted and store shelves will continue to have dairy products into the future. So yes, we’ve got milk!
Come along on this cold Alberta morning and find out just what goes into raising bison, an animal that has its origins right here in North America.
Canadian cattle are raised in a sustainable, economically viable, environmentally sound and socially responsible way.
Solely catching fish in the wild will lead to overfishing, which is unsustainable. That’s where fish farms come in. Take a virtual tour of a trout farm.
Learn more about how this lamb feedlot uses byproducts, from making beer and apple juice, to feed lambs.
Discover how dairy farms use technology in the barn.
Ever been confused by the variety of choices in the egg section of the grocery store? Me too. We are extremely blessed here in Canada to have such numerous choices for food, including eggs.
If you have questions about how farmers grow asparagus, here are some frequently asked questions.