While the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association couldn't officially go ahead this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers and reunion regulars took matters into their own hands
In light of the cancellation of the Huron County Plowing Match, The Citizen opted to look back at the successes of previous years, including highlights from local plowers going to international championships and triumphs of local Queens and Princesses.
As Meeting Place Organic Farm near St. Augustine held its annual spring open house on Saturday, there was no doubt that some who attended fell in love with the animals they met along the way.
After years of involvement at the local level, Huron County s Margaret Vincent is one of the Ontario Plowmen s Association s nine directors for the next three years.
Vincent was elected to the organization s board of directors at its ann
After a successful auction earlier this month, McGavin Farm Equipment Ltd. topped up the $16,000 that was raised through a fundraising auction to donate $35,000 to be split by the Huron Residential Hospice and the Tanner Steffler Foundation.
The friends and family of Brian Schlosser of the Bluevale area were in for a nice surprise this spring from River s Edge Acres in the form of organic maple syrup.
The population of Walton grew exponentially on April 1 as McGavin Farm Equipment held a special clearance auction.
Walton-area man and University of Guelph student Sean Mitchell is part of a three-person team looking to change the landscape of cream-based liqueur.
Now in its fourth year, the Chicken Farmers of Ontario (CFO) is continuing to see growth with its artisanal chicken program with plenty of local connections.
Sandi Brock, a sheep farmer from Mitchell, has made it her goal to share everything about her life online through her video log (vlog), Sheepishly Me on YouTube.
In just a few years, the Brussels Fall Fair Little and Junior Ambassador program has taken off, drawing in community youth to be part of the fair.
Few places in the world have as strong a claim to the rutabaga as Blyth, especially with the Rutabaga King, A.H. Wilford, being tied to the community.
Early last year, a new kind of agriculture business, Giddy Up N Go Ponies, relocated to just outside of Auburn with a focus on giving hands-on agricultural experiences to locals and tourists alike.
Earlier this year, the Brussels Agricultural Society encountered a problem faced by many volunteer groups in this day and age: no one wanted to be the next president.
After a childhood of 4-H Club involvement, Walton native Ryan Baan has now landed his dream job working with 4-H Canada as its marketing and communications co-ordinator.
As part of the newly-created Deeper Roots Series, the Blyth Festival will be opening the floor to some serious discussions about agriculture connecting with the world premiere of The Team on the Hill this year.
The economy is doing very well in rural Ontario says Huron-Bruce MP Ben Lobb and labour issues shouldn t detract from that.
A group of Blyth neighbours came together last week and pulled off a daring rescue of a horse that, if they hadn t acted as quickly as they did, could have not had a happy ending.
When it comes to telling people about farm safety, there are few stories as enlightening as those from people who survived dangerous farm incidents, like East Wawanosh farmer Chris Palmer.
The rural culture of leaving keys in farm vehicles frustrates police officers who, by law, are no longer allowed to chase vehicles and struggle to keep up with the crime in Huron County.
Two days a week, three people get together at the Shears to You Fibre Pros mill, just south of Palmerston, and work to grow the alpaca industry.