About Huron County
Nestled along the gorgeous coastline of Lake Huron, Huron County’s growing clusters of orchards, greenhouses, nurseries, craft breweries, and wineries add to the vast agricultural sector for which Huron County earned its unofficial title as the Breadbasket of Ontario. One of southwestern Ontario’s most agriculturally productive and technologically innovative farming counties, Huron County today is home to over 290,000 hectares of prime farmland and nine expanding municipalities. The region boasts a long and prosperous history of conventional agricultural production, featuring a unique rural-urban landscape that offers a supportive networking environment and convenient business amenities for all types of agricultural entrepreneurs. The county is currently a lead producer of hogs, soy, and corn, but is also emerging as a hub for modern agri-ventures and niche crops produced for specialty markets. With its beautiful sandy beaches, popular beach towns, long stretches of hiking trails, picturesque coastline views, and unlimited agricultural potential, Huron is ideal locale to both grow your agri-business and raise your family.