Tour a Rotary Milking Parlour
Take a tour of a dairy farm and learn how dairy cows are raised and cared for in Canada.
Tour a Broiler Hatching Egg Farm
Tour a broiler hatching egg farm who raise the chickens that produce broiler eggs instead of the kind of eggs that you buy in the grocery store.
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Why Do Farmers Spray Sweet Cherries?
Farmers spray cherry trees for one of three things – nutrients to promote tree health and better fruit quality, a pesticide to suppress or control a pest or disease, or crop protectant to prevent tree or fruit damage.
Looking For Canadian-Grown Cherries?
BC produces nearly 95% of the sweet cherries grown in Canada, yet the tasty summer Canadian fruit’s success story remains a mystery for many Canadians.
Potatoes From Farm To Table
Potatoes are perhaps the most versatile and easily grown vegetable around the globe. Here in Canada, Prince Edward Island is one of the country’s largest potato producing regions
Turnips From Field To Plate
One of the heartiest of all vegetables, turnips are grown primarily in Ontario, Quebec and Prince Edward Island.