Ontario Farm Jobs


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Assistant Produce Manager
Farm Boy - Burlington, Ontario, ca
At Farm Boy, it is our mission to create a fun, fresh experience for all! Whether you are a team member or a customer, Farm Boy is passionate about creating a unique fresh food shopping experience and ensuring that we deliver on our commitments. As we continue to grow within Ontario, Farm Boy is exc...read more.

Maintenance Mechanic Technician- MISSISSAUGA
Maple Lodge Farms - Mississauga, Ontario, ca
Maple Lodge Farms is Canada’s largest independently owned poultry processor. ...read more.

Assistant Meat Manager
Farm Boy - Oakville, Ontario, ca
At Farm Boy, it is our mission to create a fun, fresh experience for all! Whether you are a team member or a customer, Farm Boy is passionate about creating a unique fresh food shopping experience and ensuring that we deliver on our commitments. As we continue to grow within Ontario, Farm Boy is exc...read more.

Director, Loan Syndication (Bilingual)
Farm Credit Canada - null, null, ca
Salary Range (plus eligible to receive a performance based incentive, applicable to position) :.Proven leader with experience in loan syndication needed .Establish the loan syndications team with a strategic goal of expanding market presence and expertise while driving business growth and executing ...read more.

Baker
Farm Boy - St. Catharines, Ontario, ca
At Farm Boy, it is our mission to create a fun, fresh experience for all! Whether you are a team member or a customer, Farm Boy is passionate about creating a unique fresh food shopping experience and ensuring that we deliver on our commitments. As we continue to grow within Ontario, Farm Boy is exc...read more.

Commercial Insurance Broker (Farm)
BrokerLink - Owen Sound, Ontario, ca
Service existing book of business (primarily Farm), with opportunity to grow and expand. ...read more.

Farm worker, vegetables
Fishers' farm - Kawartha Lakes, Ontario, ca
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma.Experience: Experience an asset.Plant, cultivate and irrigate crops.Examine produce for quality and prepare for market.Equipment and machinery experience.Transportation/travel information.Public transportation is not available.Work conditions and physical...read more.

farm machinery operator
9124-5936 Qc inc - Bradford West Gwillimbury, Ontario, ca
Assist in the development and implementation of farm safety and bio-security procedures. Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment. ...read more.

Quality Control Inspector
Topline Farms - Leamington, Ontario, ca
Position Title – Quality Control Inspector.Reports to Quality Control Supervisor.The Quality Control Inspector is responsible for:.Examining and inspecting containers, materials, and products to ensure specifications are met.Weighing, measuring, and counting products and materials.Documenting produc...read more.

Live Haul Drivers (AZ)
Maple Lodge Farms - Brampton, Ontario, ca
In the 1830s, the May family began raising chickens on a farm outside what is now Brampton, Ontario. MAPLE LODGE FARMS - LIVE HAUL DRIVERS. Maple Lodge Farms, Canada’s largest and most trusted chicken provider is hiring! Started by the May brothers in 1955, we have kept our. At Maple Lodge Farms we ...read more.

Cashier
Farm Boy - Ottawa, Ontario, ca
At Farm Boy, it is our mission to create a fun, fresh experience for all! Whether you are a team member or a customer, Farm Boy is passionate about creating a unique fresh food shopping experience and ensuring that we deliver on our commitments. As we continue to grow within Ontario, Farm Boy is exc...read more.

crop farm labourer - harvesting
Matthew vamos - Brantford, Ontario, ca
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma.Work conditions and physical capabilities.Ability to distinguish between colours.Combination of sitting, standing, walking.Are you available for shift or on-call work?.Are you available for the advertised start date?.Are you currently legally able to work...read more.

office administrator
Brar Brothers Farms and Agro Equipments Ltd. - Caledon, Ontario, ca
Education: Secondary (high) school graduation certificate.Experience: 7 months to less than 1 year.Review, evaluate and implement new administrative procedures.Delegate work to office support staff.Establish work priorities and ensure procedures are followed and deadlines are met.Carry out administr...read more.

Produce Manager
Highland Farms - Toronto, Ontario, ca
Responsible for the day to day direction, operations and management of all aspects and functions of the produce department, including customer service, sales, execution of programs, merchandising and employee leadership and development.Be thoroughly familiar with all products carried in the departme...read more.

Sr Commercial Underwriter, Farm
Definity - Waterloo, Ontario, ca
Reporting to the Director, Commercial Underwriting (Farm), the incumbent is accountable for underwriting their designated broker’s farm property portfolio. You have a minimum of 5 years of experience in Commercial Lines/Farm underwriting Lines/Farm Underwriting). ...read more.

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Note: The information below is simply a list of farms, growers, or orchards in the Ontario area. Being listed below does not necessarily mean that they are currently looking to hire labor. You should contact them to inquire about employment availabilities.

Directory of Farms, Orchards, etc

Springridge Farm
7256 Bell School Line, Milton, ON L9T 2Y1
905-878-4908
Harvest Time: July – October
Main Crops: Strawberries and Pumpkins
Bayfield Berry Farm
77697 Orchard Line, Bayfield, ON N0M 1G0
519-482-1666
berryfarm@hurontel.on.ca
Harvest Time: July-August
Main Crops: Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, and Blackberries
Becker’s Berry Patch
73 Chapman’s Landing Road Nipissing, ON P0H 1W0
705-724-2305
beckers@lincsat.com
Harvest Time: July – August
Main Crops: Strawberries
Belluz Farms
752 Candy Mountain Drive, Slate River, ON P7J 0C2
807-475-5181
info@belluzfarms.on.ca
Harvest Time: July – August
Main Crops: Green Beans, Cucumbers, Melons, Gooseberries, Strawberries, and Raspberries
Brantwood Farm
251 Powerline Road, Brantford, ON N3P 1Z3
Harvest Time: June – October
Main Crops: Strawberries, raspberries, peas, beans, apples, tomatoes, and pumpkins
Bubola Family Farm
207 W River Rd, Paris, ON N3L 3E2
705-436-7466
Diana@bubolafamilyfarm.com
Harvest Time: May – October
Main Crops: Raspberries and Seasonal Vegetables
Carluke Orchards
2194 Shaver Rd, Ancaster, ON L9G 3L1
905-648-2775
al@carlukeorchards.ca
Harvest Time: September – October
Main Crops: Apples and Pumpkins
Century Orchards
74881 Parr Line, Varna, ON N0M 2R0
519-233-3464
Harvest Time: July – August
Main Crops: Apples, Cherries, Pears, and Plums
Cobblestone Farm
207 West River Road, Paris, ON N3L 3E2
519-442-1669
info@thecobblestonefarmparis.com
Harvest Time: June – September
Main Crops: Beans, Beets, Broccoli, Carrots, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Onions, Peas, Peppers, and Tomatoes
Foxmoor Farm
128 Kendal Rd, Vittoria, ON NOE 1W0
519-426-8188
camelot@nornet.on.ca
Harvest Time: July – August
Main Crops: Currants, Gooseberries, and Seasonal Vegetables
Frootogo Orchards
573 Parkside Drive, Waterdown, ON L0R 2H1
905-689-1652
frootogo@cogeco.ca
Harvest Time: August – November
Main Crops: apples
Hutchinson Farm
6202 Walkers Line, Burlington, ON L7M 0R3
905-335-2515
TheFarmer@hutchinsonfarm.ca
Harvest Time: June – October
Main Crops: Asparagus, Beans, Beets, Corn, Cucumbers, Currants, Eggplant, Peppers, Pumpkins, Raspberries, Rhubarb, Summer Squash, Winter Squash, Strawberries, and Tomatoes
Jenala Farms
475080 Dufferin County Road 11, Shelburne, ON L0N 1L0
519-925-5464
Harvest Time: July – August
Main Crops: Raspberries, Strawberries, and Seasonal Vegetables
Josephines Vegetables
St Laurent St, Greater Sudbury, ON P0M 1L0
705-897-6302
jrainville@can.rogers.com
Harvest Time: May – November
Main Crops: Beans, Beets, Broccoli, Carrots, Corn, Cucumbers, Onions, Peas, Peppers, and Tomatoes
Kar-Dean Fruit Farms
3320 First Ave, Vinland Station, ON L0R 2E0
905-562-4394
Harvest Time: July – August
Main Crops: Cherries
Kent Kreek Berries
3173 Hwy 3 West RR 1, Simcoe, ON N3Y 4J9
519-426-0924
zelem@kwic.com
Harvest Time: June – September
Main Crops: Blueberries, Raspberries, Strawberries, and Pumpkins
Lindley’s Farm
900 Fiddler’s Green Road, Ancaster, ON L9G 3L1
905-648-4212
Harvest Time: July- August
Main Crops: Currants, Strawberries, Raspberries, Pumpkins, Peas, and Corn
Lutz Orchard and Berry Farm
1806 Concession 4 West, RR 1, Troy, ON L0R 2B0
519-647-2437
thefarmer@lutzorchard.ca
Harvest Time: August – October
Main Crops: Apples
Mapleton’s Organic Dairy
8548 Wellington County Road 7, Moorefield, ON N0G 2K0
519-638-1115
info@mapletonsorganic.ca
Harvest Time: September – November
Main Crops: Organic Pumpkins and Squash
Mile Hill Farms
RR 1, Kakabeka Falls, ON P0T 1W0
Harvest Time: May – October
Main Crops: Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables
Murphy’s Country Produce Ltd.
2040 Guyatt Road, Binbrook, ON L0R 1C0
905-692-5733
murphys@mountaincable.net
Harvest Time: July – October
Main Crops: Strawberries, Peas, Raspberries, Tomatoes, Peppers, Fava Beans, Romano Beans, Sweet Corn, Squash, and Pumpkins
Myers Apple Farm
37 Highway 52 N, Copetown, ON L0R 1J0
905-627-0420
Harvest Time: August – November
Main Crops: Apples
Nauman’s Pumpkins Galore & More
3250 Hessen Strasse RR 1, St. Clements, ON N0B 2M0
519-699-5524
Harvest Time: July – October
Main Crops: Pumpkins, Raspberries, Strawberries, and Winter Squash
Orchard Home Farm
235 Howell Road, St. George, ON N0E 1N0
519-448-1111
orchardhomefarm@bellnet.ca
Harvest Time: August – November
Main Crops: Apples and Pears
Our Father’s Farm
1050 Hwy 5 West, Dundas, ON L9H 5E2
905-628-8195
info@ourfathersfarm.com
Harvest Time: June – September
Main Crops: Corn, Onions, and Tomatoes
Parkside Farms
519 Parkside Dr, Waterdown, ON L0R 2H1
905-689-4829
Bendikkeboom.gmail.com
Harvest Time: September -October
Main Crops: Sweet Corn and Pumpkins
Puck’s Farm
16540 11th Concession, Schomberg, ON L0G 1T0
905-939-7036
Harvest Time: August – October
Main Crops: Corn and Pumpkins
Puddicombe Estate Farms & Winery
1468 Hwy 8, Winona, ON L8E 5K9
905-643-1015
info@puddicombefarms.com
Harvest Time: June – October
Main Crops: Apples, Peaches, Raspberries, Blueberries, Cherries, Grapes, and Pears
Reroot Organic Farm
5642 11th Line RR 4, Harriston, ON N0G 1Z0
519-820-1891
info@reroot.ca
Harvest Time: June – October
Main Crops: Organic Beans, Peas, Saskatoon’s, Strawberries, and Tomatoes
Richardson’s Corn Maze and Farm Market
131 River Rd, Dunnville, ON N1A 2W3
905-774-7507
Harvest Time: June – October
Main Crops: Corn, Melons, Peas, Pumpkins, Rhubarb
Smith’s Apple Farm and Market
470 River Road, Port Elgin, ON N0H 2C7
519-832-2971
info@smithsapples.com
Harvest Time: August – October
Main Crops: Apples
Springridge Farm
7256 Bell School Line Milton, ON L9T 2Y1
905-878-4908
Harvest Time: July – October
Main Crops: Strawberries and Pumpkins
Thunder Beach Berry Farm
1369 Chemin Du Loup, Lafontaine, ON L9M 1N6
705-533-2345
Harvest Time: June – August
Main Crops: Blackberries, Blueberries, Raspberries, and Strawberries
Tigchelaar Berry Farms
7 St, Catharines, ON L2R
905-658-2526
Tigchelaarfarms@sympatico.ca
Harvest Time: June-August
Main Crops: Strawberries
White Rock Ostrich Farm
13085 Fourth Line RR 2, Rockwood, ON N0B 2K0
519-856-2629
whiterockostrichfarm@yahoo.ca
Harvest Time: July – October
Main Crops: Cucumber, Tomatoes, and Pumpkins

Working in Ontario

Densely populated Ontario sits in east-central Canada among Manitoba, Hudson Bay, Quebec, and portions of the United States. The area’s economy once relied on a dominant agricultural industry. While the number of individual farms continues to decline, technology allows for significant increases in yields from larger facilities. Overall, the province experiences an ongoing rise in the total amount of land used for growing crops. Approximately 52,000 farms operate in the region, with nearly 27,000 of them owning 53 or less hectares. Of these farmsteads, roughly 16,000 hire full-time and seasonal workers. Job hunters frequently gain employment as pickers, animal caretakers, and general farm labors.

A substantial portion of the Ontario agricultural industry relies on cattle, dairy, and small grains. Along Lake Erie and Niagara Peninsula, grapes and other kinds of fruits flourish, while rich soils near Newmarket support vegetables. Corn and soy continue to grow throughout southern portions of Ontario, as well. The southern shore produces widespread apple orchards, whereas alternatives like hazelnuts and ginseng reside on northern shores. An expansive dairy industry cares for over 322,000 cows on around 4,000 farms. Close behind, almost 282,000 beef cattle call Ontario home, as well as nearly three million pigs, a little less than 31 million broilers and roosters, and about 350,000 sheep.

The humid continental climate stems from cold, artic air from the north and warm, moist air from the Gulf of Mexico. Average temperatures hover around 80 degrees Fahrenheit in July and 25 degrees Fahrenheit in January. Select portions of the province acquire approximately 40 inches of precipitation on an annual basis. Northern regions of the province experience extremely long, frigidly cold winters with short, cool summers. Soil in south western Ontario consists of loose material entitled drift with underlying bedrock compiled of dolomite, limestone, shale, and sandstone. The terrain features plains and low hills, which represent ideal growing conditions.

Farms throughout Ontario routinely place job seekers into fulfilling opportunities, which provide desirable pay and work benefits. Cities like London, Lefaivre, Tavistock, and Tillsonburg employ dairy workers and herdsman on a regular basis. Openings require workers to preform general farm work, milk cows, sanitize parlors, feed calves, and assist with herd health. In return, typical wages hover around $13.00 an hour and include 45 to 55 hour work weeks. Other cities like Etobicoke, Ruthven, and Mississauga consistently hire produce pickers. The normally seasonal position consists of sorting and picking various produce for salary packages of $12.00 an hour and lengthy work weeks.

For aspirants seeking career positions, detailed resumes go a long way in impressing farm owners and managers. While entry-level opportunities remain obtainable, job hopefuls with at least six months of experience gain more attention and higher salary options. Individuals may apply online or hand-deliver employment forms depending on the preferences of managers. Based on the classification of the employee, farm workers, harvesters, and select others remain entitled to regular pay, leaves of absence, termination notice, vacation with pay, and public holidays. Room for advancement and managerial positions allow qualified contenders the ability to earn competitive salaries.