Field to Fork

Have you been following along with the journey from field to fork? Stay in touch with what's happening down on the farm by following us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. You'll see pictures from the field, and we're always here to answer any questions. We love hearing about your experience with our peas. Thanks for supporting Canadian family farming, and remember there's a little taste of Prince Edward County in every bag.

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Available Now!

You can now find our fresh sweet peas at your local grocer.  We’ve been hearing from happy customers throughout Ontario, Quebec, and the Maritimes, who have found us on the shelf.  Our early peas have some of the best flavour of the season and are great for serving fresh or freezing.  There’s a little taste of Prince Edward County in every bag!  Our season starts now and will continue right through Thanksgiving.  We hope you...

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Not Long Now!

Hello to all our fellow ‘Pea People’!  You won’t have to wait much longer to find our fresh sweet green peas on your local grocer’s shelves.  We anticipate our first harvest to happen within the next few weeks.  After the floods of 2017, we’ve been treated to ideal growing conditions so far in 2018.  All of our early plantings are looking great and should be very sweet thanks to the conditions.  Stay tuned for more...

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Tale of Two Seasons

What a difference a year makes.  Last year at this time, we were performing a series of rain dances in order to coax some rain out of the clouds and onto our fields.  This year we've watched as Mother Nature has poured historical amounts of rain on to our fields, as well as much of the rest of Canada.  While the constant soaking is beneficial for the seeds that can be planted, it presents other...

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Plenty of peas to come

After a very difficult summer of growing conditions, the August rains have provided plenty of peas to finish our season. Our remaining plantings are loaded with sweet peas, and will ensure a good supply through Thanksgiving. Our season will continue until we run out of peas or frost shuts us down. Thank-you to all of our loyal customers for your continued support. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Drought Conditions Worsen

The drought of 2016 continues here in Prince Edward County, unfortunately with no end in sight.  The area has now entered unprecedented Level 3 low water conditions, with restrictions on water usage.  The 2016 pea season has been the most challenging in our history.  We have experienced a myriad of problems associated with the lack of rain.  The dry conditions have created poor germination, limited yield potential, thrown off harvest timing, and effects pea quality and...

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