The Crombie Family had a large number of products coming in and out of their farmhouse during the different seasons of the year.
The highest percentage of products leaving the farm was hardware and food. Some examples of hardware that was sent out are, gravel, sand and stone. These products were locally exported to other regions in Brantford and internationally to Paris.
The highest percentage of products coming into the farm was alcohol and food. Some examples of food products were fruits, grains and some diary products.
The Crombie family also produced a variety of alcohol products, including wine and cider.
This was during the period of alcohol prohibition, a nationwide ban on the production, importation, transportation, and sale of alcoholic beverages from 1918 to 1920.