Ontario Agriculture

The network for agriculture in Ontario, Canada

Share your photos with others on the Ontario Agriculture website, it is quick and easy, here is how ....

Everybody really enjoys the photos from around your farm and from agriculture industry events in Ontario.

With your Smart Phone it is quick and easy to share your photos on this website ... just snap the photo and email it.  

Get your personal email address to send a photo to this website:

  1. Login to your Ontario Agriculture website account.
  2. Click on "Photos" in the top menu.
  3. Click the ADD+  button.
  4. Scroll down to find your personal email address to email the photos to this website. 

Email the photo from your Smart Phone: 

  1. Select the photo you want to add to the website.
  2. Select "email photo".
  3. Use your personal email address you found using the instructions above.
  4. Change the subject of the email to describe the photo.
  5. Send the email.

It is that simple!

We can also share your farm or event photos in the Farms.com Ontario eNewsletter.

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If you have any questions please send an email to sandy.dales@farms.com.

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