Our produce

Organic & conventional vegetables

Bunny Farm: Diverse, high-quality produce


Distribution of our production

  • Carrot
  • Onions
  • Cabbage
  • Beet

Bunny Farm is located in a region with nutrient-rich black soil that is perfect for vegetable growing. We’re proud of our long history in the Maskoutaine region. Our farm has 291 hectares, with 265 currently in use. We also rent an additional 170 hectares in the surrounding area, giving us a total area of 461 hectares.


L’échalotte a été introduite au printemps 2013 dans notre production. Le résultat de ce produit fut un tel succès que nous allons augmenter la production de ce produit pour les années à venir


When it comes to carrots, our business model is different than most of the other growers in Quebec. Our harvest is intended for the hotel, restaurant and institutional market—that means we grow a wider variety of carrots, with a better, sweeter taste.

Yellow onions

The yellow onion has been cultivated for over 5,000 years, and is still used around the world today. A member of the allium family, its yellow, papery skin covers a crisp, juicy bulb. Its flesh is usually served cooked. Sold year round, the yellow onion stores well.

Red Onions

Red onions are perfect for adding colour and zest to your meals. Whether you’re topping a burger with thin slices, or grilling it alongside your sausages, this onion is tasty both cooked and raw. Less common than the white onion or yellow onion, it’s slightly sweeter and has a milder taste. It’s the perfect onion for salads and veggie platters.


Beets are best known for their root, which is round or oblong, and generally deep red in colour. Its eye-catching hue comes from betanin, a natural colorant.


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Green cabbage

Green cabbage is a cruciferous vegetable that’s low in calories, high in fiber. Its leaves can be smooth, like the green cabbage you’re used to finding at the store, or crinkled—this kind of cabbage is usually called a “savoy cabbage”. Green cabbage is great source of minerals like calcium, as well as vitamins A, B and C.

Red Cabbage

Red cabbage is a little more tender than the other cabbage cultivars. It works beautifully raw, especially in salads. Like the common green cabbage, its leaves are smooth and shiny. The red cabbage is either round or oval, and its colour may vary depending on the soil it’s grown in.


The gherkin is a type of cucumber. It’s generally used as a condiment. You’re probably used to seeing it pickled in brine, either with dill or a little hot pepper.


Potatoes are an edible tuber that originally was grown in Peru. Today, it’s cultivated around the world. Thanks to the different growing seasons for each potato varietal, you can find them in the grocery store year round.

White turnip

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We work hard to make sure that our produce is the best it can be, from our fields all the way to your plates. We follow strict rules when it comes to storage and packing.