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Little Luxuries with Big Eco Impact


Upscale products promoting sustainable living for hobby farmers and eco-minded enthusiasts alike.

Our Values

Environmental sustainability

We love our planet and do all we can to keep our products natural, sustainable, and earth-friendly. This includes all of our product packaging, which is either recyclable or biodegradable.

Animal welfare

Our animals are more than just livestock: they are an important part of our growing family. We are here to provide all your animal companions a happy, healthy and comfortable life.

Supporting local

We know fresh, local food tastes best—and it's good for the environment. We strive to source products from as close to us as possible, and we are committed to supporting local business communities.

Building community

When you connect with us, you become part of our amazing Norfolk County community. We value our community partners and all our customers, and we aim to serve whole-heartedly.

Our Land Acknowledgement

Our Land Acknowledgement

We would like to acknowledge the Haudenosaunee, Attiwonderonk, Anishinabewaki, and Mississauga Indigenous Peoples, on whose treaty land and territory we live and operate. We thank and honour Indigenous peoples who have cared for this land for thousands of years prior to our occupancy. It is with privilege that we can do our work on this parcel of land that provides us with a connection to the Earth and its bounties.

Our products are a little luxe
but always environmentally responsible.

F.A.Q.

What makes hemp sustainable?

Hemp is a renewable resource that is beginning to gain traction in multiple applications, including in the paper and textile industries. In comparison to other products used for animal bedding or garden mulch, hemp’s benefits far outweigh other common options.

Hemp has a growth period of roughly 85-120 days and is, therefore, a better renewable resource for animal bedding than traditional wood chips. Hemp is naturally pest resistant, and it easily grows without the use of pesticides or herbicides. It is also relatively drought resistant, making it easy to grow during hot, dry summers without the use of additional watering. Hemp is being studied for its ability to revitalize and remediate damaged soils. Furthermore, hemp has low carbon emissions, and it also sequesters carbon from the atmosphere.

Our hemp is 100% Canadian.

What makes your eggs so special?

We are proud of the eggs produced by our hens. Our birds are permitted to free-range in the outdoors for as much of the calendar year as possible. This allows them to self-select vegetation and insects that enrich their diet and contribute to nutritious eggs.

Because we raise a variety of heritage breeds, our hens lay eggs in a variety of colours, from white, to green, to blue, to various shades of brown.

Our eggs are sold unwashed, meaning that the natural bloom (coating) on the egg is uncompromised; you can therefore store our eggs at room temperature for at least a couple of weeks, or you may choose to refrigerate them, in which case they will likely store well for a couple of months.

Our eggs are not graded, and so they will come in different sizes. If you would like to sign up for a seasonal egg subscription, please contact us for availability and pricing.

What kinds of fruits and vegetables do you sell, and how can I buy them?

We offer a range of seasonal fruits and vegetables, all grown on our micro-farm.

As a small operation, we are not equipped to produce large quantities of any particular item. We focus on growing crops that you are less likely to find at the supermarket or local produce stands.

The bulk of our produce is available from July to September. In addition to fruits and vegetables, we also sell edible flowers. Currently, you can purchase our produce at our farm stand.

Is your honey pasteurized?

Our honey is raw and unpasteurized, which means it retains all of its antioxidants, micro-nutrients, and other natural properties.

Our blog

We leap before we look

We leap before we look

Written by Veronica While it may be customary to enjoy a turkey, goose, or duck on Christmas Day, Irene and I veered off the beaten...

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