In the beginning...
During the summer of 1981, people driving along Regional Road 9, saw a quaint, little corn stand on the side of the road.
To ensure that every customer got a dozen good cobs, Charlie Snyder
insisted on throwing in a couple of extra.
Over the years, that little stand has turned over a lot of dozens and what was just
courtesy at the time has become known as the “Snyder Dozen”.
The business has changed a lot through the years. What was once
a two-week wholesale operation is now a seven-week season focusing
on retail sales. In 2003, Charlie passed over the reigns to his eldest son
Tom and wife Brenda.
Some things haven’t changed. We are still a family run farm who enlist the
help of friends and neighbours to get the job done.
There are currently three generations of Snyder’s, working together to provide
you with some of the sweetest, freshest corn around…