About VanQuaethem Farms
VanQuaethem Farms began in 1983 in Oxford county. Brian VanQuaethem who grew up farming tobacco with his family graduated from Guelph University with an agricultural diploma. Young Ambitious and motivated, with the support of his wife Kelly and soon growing family, VanQuaethem farms grew into a thriving family farm and business. Today VanQuaethem farms is proudly operated by Brian and his two sons Curtis and Joseph. Through hard work and dedication, VanQuaethem farms has been able to expand into the tri-county area and is now farming Elgin, Norfolk and Oxford counties.
In the humble beginnings of VanQuaethem Farms, our crops included corn and soybeans as well as many vegetable crops such as garlic, carrots, peas, beans and sweet corn. We have gained much experience and knowledge working with diverse crops and soil types.
We pride ourselves on our honest and hard-working reputation. Over many years of working within the community as well as with many landowners and fellow farmers, we have gained many meaningful and important working relationships.
We are always looking to grow our business and expand our knowledge. With the ever-changing world of technology we offer many new and improved and important agricultural services. Keeping both economical and environmental factors our main priority it is our goal to produce high-quality grains while maintaining soil and land integrity using best farming practice.
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Meet Our Team
Although farming takes up a lot of my time, I continue to put emphasis on the importance of work-life balance. In my spare time I also l train for triathlons. I have two dogs and a wonderful girlfriend Samantha. We enjoy traveling, exploring the outdoors and going for runs together. We would consider ourselves foodies, love to try different foods and recipes, on our travels we are always up to immerse ourselves in local cuisine. On top of all that, family is my number one priority.