Our Farmosophy

Carrick Hill Farms is a small farm in Bruce County committed to producing premium quality meats from animals who have been raised with exceptional care.  Our animals have access to the outdoors, the ability to express their natural behaviours and eat diets containing no hormones, antibiotics or GMO’s.  We raise a limited amount of livestock each year allowing us to treat our animals with the dignity and respect they deserve.  They play an important role in the stewardship of our land are viewed as valued contributors to the farm.

We grow food for customers who share our Farmosophy  of eating local, delectable and ethical foods to improve our environment, our health, and our local economy.  Carrick Hill Farms  is based on the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model.  This means our customers make prepayments for orders and have input into what we grow on the farm.  The CSA model is essential for our operation. We only exist through the dedication and willingness of our customers to participate in our CSA program.

Please contact us for more information about our farming practices, our CSA program and future availability of poultry, pork and lamb.

Laurie & Quinn


2 thoughts on “Our Farmosophy

  1. Hi Quinn,
    You convinced my mom and I to buy a chicken from you at the liberty village market. I was “sold” once you said you sing to them. Well, you and the people in your farm must be Pavarotti’s in what you do. Amazing job. THANK YOU! Last time I had a good chicken was when I lived back home, in Russia, 10 years ago. Best chicken ever! I was wondering where can I get more? Once you have the good stuff you never want to come back to the sad stuff we get at the grocery stores.

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