Congratulations to Brian Schoonjans for being Lambton Soil & Crop Improvement Association’s Outstanding Farmer for 2020! Brian was born and raised in Plympton-Wyoming on a farrow to finish pig farm. He studied Agriculture at Ridgetown from 1990-1992. After Ridgetown, he
Lambton SCIA Outstanding Farmer of the Year Award was presented to David Williams of Dawn‐Euphemia January 2019. The award was presented (from left to right) by Clark Aitken of Parkland Farms, Bob Bailey, MPP Sarnia‐Lambton, Monte McNaughton, MPP for Lambton‐Kent‐Middlesex,
Belan Farms, a 1,200-acre cash crop operation in Dawn-Euphemia that’s operated by three generations of the Belan family, has won the 2018 Outstanding Farmer Award from the Lambton Soil and Crop Improvement Association.
A farmer from the southern part of Lambton County has been honoured as Outstanding Farmer of the Year by the Lambton Soil and Crop Improvement Association. Allan Butler, a third-generation farmer, was given the honour at the association’s annual meeting
Shirley and Harry Buurma are this year’s recipients of the Lambton County Outstanding Farmer of the Year Award. The annual award, which is hosted jointly by the Lambton County Soil and Crop Improvement Association, Parkland Farms and the St. Clair
Warwick farmer George Cornelisson has been singled out for a life-time achievement award from the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA). OSCIA provincial director Chad Anderson noted that in recognition of the OSCIA’s 75th anniversary, the organization’s executive decided
Brooke-Alvinston farmers Don and Irene VanGorkum were chosen as recipients of the 2014 Outstanding Farmer of the Year Award in recognition of the long commitment to implementing conservation practices on their farm. Making the presentation at the annual meeting of