About Us


Millers’ is an Ontario farm that started growing berries in 1981. Our first farm was located at the intersection of Barnsdale and Cedarview Roads in south Nepean (now known as Ottawa). Ron planted two acres of strawberries that first year, and then three more acres the next.

That quickly changed. Millers’ grew from a few acres, to 15 acres of raspberries, 25 acres of strawberries, and a test acreage of two acres of cloned wild blueberries.

In 1991, with the new highway 416 coming, we moved to a larger farm on Rideau Valley Drive, just south of the village of Manotick. We started with raspberries, then added pumpkins, gourds and Indian corn. Our produce was all sold at the entrance to the farm on a wagon with an ‘honour’ jar. This only worked for a while, and in 1995, we built a new sales shed. This gave us a better place to work from and we expanded the produce and items for sale. Fresh local and Ontario produce was added and a small gift shop.

In 2008, our son Simon started working with us on the farm full time. It is great to have him. That spring we opened a Garden Centre. Ron and Simon have been very busy in the greenhouse, looking after the annuals, perennials, vegetable plants and herbs, we also have a nice assortment of hanging baskets, flowering shrubs. We will even deliver mulch and soils (sold by the yard, 1/2 yard or bag), to your home, or you can pick up your own.


Our strawberry crop was introduced in 2008 and is usually ready mid-June.  The raspberries are usually available in early July, then our sweet corn and fresh field tomatoes in August. The fall tends to be a very popular time with Thanksgiving, Halloween and wagon rides to the pumpkin patch.

Lots of families come to the farm during the spring, summer and fall months. The kids especially enjoy visiting Petunia our bunny and Vinny our Yellow Lab.

Our knowledgeable and friendly staff has always been very happy to help look after our valued customers.

Accreditation & Affiliation

We are proud members of: Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA), Ontario Fresh Farm Marketing Association, Ottawa’s Countryside: Rural Tourism Ottawa, Landscape Ontario. We are accredited by: Canada-Ontario Environmental Farm Plan and Ontario Farm Environmental Coalition (OFEC).