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Sara and Troy Harker are the fifth generation on their family farm and they’re carrying on a family tradition by reinventing the operation for modern times.
Third-year University of Saskatchewan agribusiness student Karla Waite is proud to continue her family’s fourth generation farm business.
Elizabeth Fleming is taking her bachelor of science in food and nutrition at Red Deer College, and she was a […]
Fifteen years ago, Justin Funk never wanted to work in the ag industry. Now, working for Agri Studies and national […]
Adam and Amy Petherick of Almerson Farms are proud to produce safe food for the world. They both have agriculture […]
We have been primary producers of Ontario Lamb for over 20 years and we are still in the expansion mode […]
Monthly board meetings for the McIntosh farming operation take place at the kitchen table. That’s just one of the perks of being in business with family for Pam and Glen McIntosh and their twenty-something sons, Derek and Sean.
Amanda Soulodre and her father Bernie Stadnyk tell us about their passion for agriculture.
The foundation of Canadian agriculture is the family farm – where fathers pass on hard-won knowledge to sons and daughters. […]
What is it that I love about farming? It just does something to my insides… I can’t explain. I always […]
There was never any question in Kim Waalderbos’ mind that she would grow up to be a dairy farmer. From […]