Your Country Fair
September 9, 10 & 11, 2022
Uxbridge Fall Fair,
180 Main St. S, Elgin Park, Uxbridge, ON

Agriculture Exhibits

Agriculture Displays at Uxbridge Fair
Agriculture Exhibits

Visit the Agriculture tent and displays of different types of agricultural products and learn about the processes involved in harvesting honey and milk.
A display of traditional local agriculture. Visitors can see the actual process by which honey is collected from the hive and milk from cows.
Agriculture is a big part of the economy in rural areas. Agriculture includes the cultivation of land and the breeding of livestock.

Visitors can interact with the exhibits and displays. Learn about basic ag practices. In previous years, the tent has been the home of displays such as sheep shearing demonstrations, a mechanical cow the public can try milking and a corn box (like a sandbox).

Historical Farming and Agriculture Display Area

As we resume holding a more traditional outdoor Fair, we are pleased to be able to present this display once again.

The purpose of the display will be to demonstrate, educate and display vintage farming and agricultural equipment.
Fair visitors will be able to see firsthand, how various equipment and techniques were used in farming, agriculture and food production. These are the roots to those processes used today.

All of these items are owned and presented by the volunteers on site. Please ask them as many questions as you need to, to understand the equipment and processes.

"A Celebration of Agriculture"

The Uxbridge Fair is celebrating this agricultural education pavilion again this year! It's a fantastic and popular attraction to visit with the whole family! The pavilion will showcase live animals to interact with, sheep shearing demonstrations on Saturday, goat milking demonstrations on Sunday, live virtual farm touring, corn boxes for the children to play in and many more educational displays and activities to enjoy! We are so fortunate to have the support of agricultural commodities from across the province including Durham Farm Connections, Grain Farmers of Ontario, Farm and Food Care Ontario, Egg Farmers of Ontario, Beef Farmers of Ontario, Goat Farmers of Ontario, Durham Milk Committee, and Ontario Apple and Greenhouse Growers. It's a great opportunity to meet with farmers and agriculture members from your local community, as well! Be sure to visit the pavilion to learn about where our food comes from and celebrate agriculture!

A big thank you to our sponsors, to date:
Brian Evans Financial, Scotiabank, Williamson's, Pace Credit Union,
Nancy Hill Real Estate, Bethesda-Reach Women's Institute,

Second Coat Painting, St. Lawrence Seed and Grain

Best regards from the Agriculture Programs Committee:
Kate Johnson, Kathy Wasylenky, Jim Tindall, Julianna Tindall