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Chary Produce, 18 King Street South, Oakland, Ontario, Canada N0E 1L0

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Paris Football Club U-13 Boys Posted on Aug 3, 2015

Chary Produce is a proud sponsor of the Paris FC U-13 Boys soccer team - champions in all four tournaments this summer:

  • Lake Simcoe (Keswick)
  • Walter Kirchner (Woodstock)
  • Cambridge Heritage
  • Gates Tournament (Rochester New York)
The boys are currently 2nd in their division and 11th in Ontario!  Congratulations boys!!

The Paris U-13 club will be travelling to England in March of 2016, where they will learn some new skills, attend training, and play some games as well.  Good luck boys - it's an awesome experience!

It's Fresh Season Posted on Aug 3, 2015

It's pickle season!  Come and get fresh pickles, any size you like with some fresh dill and garlic!
 Also in season: just about everything you can grow in Ontario: our own tomatoes, sweet corn, zucchini, peppers, along with Ontario peaches, onions, carrots, beets, plums, berries, lettuce, potatoes and more!
Know where you food comes from, buy local :)

Chary Picker Country Market Posted on Jun 3, 2014

Opening June 19, 2014!  In spite of the long, cold winter the crops are looking good.  Zucchini will be the first crop ready in mid June, followed closely by cabbage and cucumbers!  Come & taste the freshness !

Last Shot Fired: War of 1812 Bicentennial Posted on Jun 3, 2014

We're proud to be a sponsor of the Last Shot Fired - Battle of Malcom's Mills.  Come to the Lion's Park in Oakland on June 28, 2014 for two battle re-enactments, period food, music, and demonstrations.  The Malcom's Mills battle was the site of the last shot fired at an invading force in Canada.  Visit for a complete list of events in Ontario.

Westbrook House Opening Ceremony Posted on May 18, 2014

The opening ceremony for the Westbrook House at the Westfield Heritage Village was held on Sunday May 18 2014.  It was such a pleasure to see our former bunkhouse restored to its original condition.  Many people worked very hard to make it happen - the house had nearly been lost several times had it not been for key moments and people who stepped in to save it.  If you get the chance, visit Westfield ( - it's an amazing site of 365 acres with 55 restored building - a wonderful reminder of times gone by.  Steve Chary Jr was given a plaque for his part in saving the building, as well as two of our seasonal workers who worked for weeks with Clayton Barker carefully dismantling it.  We will soon put a plaque of our own up at the original site of the building, hopefully in time for the planned celebrations in Oakland for the end of the War.

Inter-Farm Soccer Tournament Posted on Jul 25, 2013

Inter-Farm Soccer Tournament: Chary Produce would like to capture the title from Lingwood Farms who defeated us last year in a very close final game! The tournament will take place in late July…training is starting now!

Chary Picker Country Market Posted on Jun 14, 2013

Chary Picker Country Market opened on Friday June 14, 2013. Check us out! We have Ontario strawberries, zucchini, asparagus, and garlic! In spite of the later start to spring, the crops are looking good.. Our dill cucumbers will be ready by about June 20!

Chary Picker Country Market Closed for the season Posted on Oct 3, 2012

Hello and thanks to all our customers for their continued loyalty.  The Chary Picker Country Market is now closed for the season and we want to wish everyone a great winter and we look forward to seeing you next season.


Chary Produce and the War of 1812 Posted on Jul 14, 2012

On the weekend of July 7, 2012 our farm was included in a historical tour for the bicenntenial of the War of 1812.
The last battle of the this war took place just down the hill from our farm at Malcolm's Mill.  A dozen people or so stopped by to visit the site of our old house from that era - it is thought that the commanding officers had met to plan the battle in this house.  This house is currently being reconstructed at the Westfield Heritage Village.  For more information on the bicenntenial go to


Appreciating our Workers Posted on Jul 10, 2012

July 7 marked the thirtieth anniversary of two of our seasonal workers.  Pictured here is "Shorty" with our display on the front lawn of the farm.  We are grateful and priviliged to be able to have our seasonal workers here every year - we could not carry on our business without them.  We have five workers that have been with us for over 25 years each - they feel like family when they return in the spring!