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Beverly and Bryan began farming in the Haliburton area in the mid-2000s on a small 56-acre mixed farm. They raised lamb, pigs, chickens and cattle, and maintained a large market garden. They became regulars at the local farmer's markets and sold directly to restaurants.


Brody and Gwen were introduced to farming through them and began raising chickens and growing their own garden on 42 acres outside of Fort Frances in the community of Devlin.


All four of us are first generation farmers with the additional distinction of starting when we were in our 40's and 50's respectively. 


Our Farm

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Our Practices

Transparency is important to us, so we've tried to clearly communicate our practices and priorities in an accessible way. As we grow, we aim to get better so you will see this content change as we change as farmers. We always welcome questions, so please reach out at any time.  


In the News

As the only custom wool mill in Northwestern Ontario, we generated a fair amount of interest when the community heard we'd be starting the wool mill. Check out the links for profiles on the sheep, wool mill, lamb and even the dogs and cats!


One way to get a real insider's perspective on farm happenings is to take a look at our blogs. While social media provides a visual way to document our journey, blogging is a way for us to more clearly document our thoughts and feelings in a longer format. Start reading here.


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