About Oxford County
With acres upon acres of rolling rural landscapes, vast tracts of nutrient-rich soil, and convenient access to a major urban corridors, it’s no surprise that Oxford County’s farmlands generate more top-dollar per acre sales than any other agricultural locale in southwestern Ontario. The area is well-known and respected amongst farmers as a wise choice for agricultural investments and start ups. Less than two hours from Toronto and three different U.S.A. border crossings, the county’s eight municipalities enjoy the amenities, entertainment, and economic stability of urban centres while retaining their rural roots and small community charm. Though the county has been famous for its butter and cheese since 1810, oilseed and grain production have just surpassed dairy as the top produced commodities in the region, with cash crops accounting for nearly 40% its farms. With its unique combination of welcoming rural community, convenient amenities, and well-returning investment opportunities, then the picturesque prairie lands of Oxford County are the prefect place for your agri-business.