The Lambton Federation of Agriculture is a non-profit general farm organization in Lambton County who helps and supports farmers and issues relating to their farm operations, while bridging with the community and other sectors/partners/service providers.

In 2021, the Lambton Federation of Agriculture represented 1942 farmers (*1927 in 2020 and 1932 in 2019).

The group was formed in 1941 by farmers who felt the need for a united voice in the farm community.

Delores & Ralph Ferguson with LFA President Robert Mater with a new personalized OFA sign, 1993
The History of the Lambton Federation of Agriculture

The organization helps to develop and consolidate farmer opinion for the promotion of any activity within Lambton County and to help improve the welfare of the individual farmer and the farming industry.

They also help to bring the viewpoints and concerns of the membership to the Ontario Federation of Agriculture for policy development and action, and in turn, to interpret Ontario Federation of Agriculture policy has developed to all farmers in Lambton County.

Directors help to facilitate the spread of information of concern to and from the farming industry and to and from all farmers in Lambton County.

LFA President Mac Parker, Jennifer Battersby of Lambton Rural Child Care, OFA President Harry Pelissero at grand opening of LRCC. (June 27, 1986)

LOCAL LEADERSHIP – What’s in it for me?

  • GET CONNECTED: Grow your professional and social circle
  • BE IN THE KNOW: New programs, grants, campaigns
  • GIVE BACK: Contribute to your own farm community

What does the Lambton Federation need?