Harold and Marion Peters and their son Jonathan farm 50 acres on Harrington Road in Sidney Ward, Quinte West. They took over the farm from Marion's father Dieter Johle who had farmed there for 20 years. Dieter had a herd of Gelbvieh cattle and the Peters now have their own herd with nine cows. They like Gelbvieh as they are docile and friendly cows. The breed developed in northern Bavaria. They are golden brown in colour with dark hooves. The cows are good mothers and produce lots of milk. Gelbvieh catlle were brought into Canada in the 1970s and they are now the sixth most popular breed in the county. The Peters also have a small strawberry patch and a large vegetable garden. They sell vegetables from a stall in their front yard. There will be sweet corn, tomatoes, zucchini, butternut squash, spagetti squash and pumpkins. If you need small square bales of hay you can get them from the Peters. Jonathan is making hay with advice from his grandfather.