Kubota Drives Ontario Agricultural Production
Kubota tractors are at the forefront of farms of all sizes in Ontario. The province grows more than 90% of Canada’s tobacco and soybeans and over half of the corn. Ontario also produces vegetables and livestock, such as pigs, sheep, turkeys, and chickens. Of the total landmass in Ontario, more than 12 million acres are devoted to agricultural production. The province also boasts the largest output of grapes, apples, peaches, plums, and sour cherries in the country.
Farming is Ontario’s lifeblood and a significant contributor to provincial annual revenues. Ontario accounts for about 25% of all of Canada’s more than 200,000 farms. From large factory farming on hundreds of acres to small boutique organic farms catering to the specialty market, Ontario is peppered with hundreds of big and small crop producers. There are more than 700 organic farms in the region alone and hundreds of nursery producers as well.
In many of these agricultural businesses of all sizes, you’ll see the distinctive orange of the Kubota tractor line. These tough machines can take on anything the Ontario farmer needs, whether it’s nursery work, moving hay for livestock, or any other agricultural project. From the subcompact to compact to the largest M7 Series designed for massive agricultural production, Kubota tractors are built to last.