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*Thank you for visiting The Real Dirt on Farming website. Take a few minutes to answer four quick questions and you’ll be entered in our Canadian food and farming contest. Prizes will be drawn on December 5, 2019. Contest open to Canadian residents only.

Thank you for visiting The Real Dirt on Farming website. Take a few minutes to answer four quick questions and you’ll be entered in our Canadian food and farming contest.

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What percentage of Canadian farms today are still family-owned and operated?

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b) 97
c) 63

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It’s great to know that more than 97 per cent of Canadian farms today are still family-owned and many are handed down from generation to generation.