Amy Cronin is a mother of six children, hog producer, and a business owner in Huron County, Ontario.
She and her husband Mike farm in Ontario, Iowa and Missouri and thrive on creating sustainable and innovative business plans that enable them to work with their team towards their mission, “Progressive, Prosperous, Best-in-Class”.
Amy is actively involved in many capacities at the local, provincial and national level. She is the chair of both Swine Health Ontario and Grow Ontario Together, on the advisory board of the Banff Pork Seminar, and is a board member for VIDO-InterVac. She currently serves the Honourable Jeff Leal, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, on the Minister's Advisory Committee on Trade.
Being a Huron-Perth Catholic School Board Trustee and a board member for King’s University in London, Ontario allows Amy to advocate for education. You can often find Amy volunteering in different capacities in her community.
Amy and her husband Mike were chosen for the Outstanding Young Farmers award for both Ontario and Canada in 2015 and the BMO Farm Family of the Year award in 2016.
Amy’s commitment to family, farm and community fuels her passion for having impact and making the world a better place for the next generation.