The Renwicks Part Two | Real Farm Lives
Jan 16, 2020

Video: The Renwicks Part Two | Real Farm Lives


When he started managing the family farming business, Chris Renwick wanted to make his dad Tom proud. Now he has high hopes that his own son Shawn, or two daughters Sadie and Melyse, will carry on an Ontario farming dynasty that dates back to the 19th century. We hear from Tom, who’s as passionate as ever about farming, as he and Chris dive into their multigenerational tales of farm life. How has farming changed over the years? What are the new challenges? And how can Chris make sure the family business keeps going strong for the next generation?

 

The Renwicks Part Two | Real Farm Lives

The Renwicks Part Two | Real Farm Lives

When he started managing the family farming business, Chris Renwick wanted to make his dad Tom proud. Now he has high hopes that his own son Shawn, or two daughters Sadie and Melyse, will carry on an Ontario farming dynasty that dates back to the 19th century. We hear from Tom, who’s as passiona... More
The Renwicks Part One | Real Farm Lives

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