Farming is used for all sorts of products in Canada. The Canadian Census of Agriculture in 2006 found that 40% of farms were for field crops (grains) and 27% were beef farms. Dairy accounted for 6.4% and fruits and vegetables accounted for 5.5%. Pig farms and poultry/egg farms accounted for 2.6% and 2.0%, respectively, and 13.3% were devoted to other types of animals not mentioned (like sheep). In Quebec specifically, some of the dominant products include pigs, maple syrup, corn, and soybeans.
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