Have any of you declared on your customs form that you were on a farm? I don’t know why it recently hit me that maybe I should’ve done so but I am in the habit of filling in the questions as “no”, “no”, “no”, “no”.
Bearing in mind the spirit of the question, what do you consider a “farm”? A sugarcane plantation? the Outback Safari? walking through an undeveloped piece of forest? I know it specifies “visited a farm [in the DR] and will be visiting a farm [in Canada]” but I’m looking for general guidance for the future. Not so worried about the Customs guys catching me in a lie, but indeed, I don’t want to sully a cousin’s Saskatchewan farmland. (I may travel in the summer when it might make more of a difference. Nothing will live through a Saskatchewan winter, including transplanted Nova Scotians who feel the need to get away come January.)