farmer profiles

Bowness' Farm to Table's picture
Jackie and Dan Bowness
613-200-6209 or 613-390-0046
info@bownessfarm.ca
http://www.bownessfarm.ca
2610 Scotch Line, Perth ON
Perth

Located in a lovingly restored 110 year old log barn, nestled on our family farm is Bowness' Farm to Table. Bowness' offers a variety of local and naturally grown products in our on farm market. Our store supports sustainable local family farms and businesses. We offer a variety of products such as pasture raised meats and eggs, produce, home baking, preserves, gourmet tea, locally roasted coffee, kombucha, and handmade gifts and art. Our offerings will be changing with the seasons so stop by and see what's new! We look forward to meeting you soon, Jackie and Dan
Hours of Operation:Current hours are Wednesday and Thursday 10am-6pm. Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 9am - 5pm and Sunday 11am-5pm

Coutts Store's picture
Diana and Ron Coutts
613-267-0277
couttscountryflavours@live.ca
1230 Port Elmsley Road (corner of County Road 1 and Port Elmsley Road)
Perth

Coutts Country Flavours Store is all about local. Now in its fourth year, Coutts offers a variety of products ranging from frozen meats including beef, pork, lamb, chicken, turkey, bison, emu and elk, to ready-to-eat meals (made with ingredients from the farm), and fresh produce grown by more than 21 area farmers. Everything in the store is sourced as close to home as possible. Diana and Ron have obtained organic certification for their farm. They produce certified organic Belgian blue beef, maple syrup and vegetables. Diana also makes baked goods, and preserves and jams sweetened with their own syrup. Diana is always looking for new producers and growers who can supply products to meet growing customer demand.
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday to Saturday 10 am to 6 pm,  Sundays 11 am to 5 pm.

Ferme Ouellette Farm's picture
Caroline and Patrick Ouellette
613-383-0482
farm@ouellette.ca
http://www.ouellette.ca
4248 Wolf Grove Road in Middleville, Ontario (Lanark Highlands)
Middleville

Ferme Ouellete has a long history. First established in 1852 by the Mather family, Patrick and Caroline Ouellette purchased the Century Farm in 2002, and immediately began setting down roots.
Patrick and Caroline believe strongly that traditional farming is the best way to do business – best for humans, best for animals, and best for the environment. Caroline, who comes from a long line of farmers, credits her mother and grandmother with instilling in her a deep understanding and respect for nature that is reflected in everything she does.  Patrick’s niche is his horses. He readily admits he would rather work with his team than on his tractor and says he finds peace and quiet in the sound of their breathing. Patrick’s respect and fondness for his horses can work magic and the horses always respond and reciprocate.
The love and dedication Caroline and Patrick put in everything they do is evident to anyone who visits Ferme Ouellette Farm. Farmgate sales by appointment.

Pasture-raised beef cuts (frozen, sold individually).

Wendy’s Market's picture
Wendy Banks
613-928-2477 Fax: 613-928-2177 Cell: 613-561-2177
wmobilemarket@ripnet.com
#408 Fortune Line Rd. R.R. #2 Lyndhurst, ON K0E 1N0 located between Morton at Hwy #15 and Lyndhurst Rd.
Lyndhurst

In 2007, Wendy Banks and her husband Rick Trudeau created a unique delivery service providing area restaurants and individuals with locally produced food and value added products.  The business developed as Wendy became more concerned for the future of area farmers. She felt compelled to better inform consumers about their food sources.  Combined with Rick’s experience as a courier, they are able to serve an extensive area stretching from Merrickville to Picton. 
Responding to consumer demand led the local couple to transform a school house built in the late 1800’s into an old fashioned country market fittingly called Wendy’s Country Market. The 1100 square foot building on Wendy’s parent’s farm, Corn Acre Farms, is filled with food grown and produced locally. The list of products is impressive and includes items from over 40 local farmers and artisans. They welcome and will answer any questions regarding the production practices used for any of the products they sell, because…”we care about what you eat.”
Wendy understands better than most, the importance of healthy food sources as she deals daily with a compromised immune system and multiple sensitivities. Wendy and Rick who grow a wide variety of chemical free vegetables and herbs on their own farm look forward to providing healthy wholesome food for your family.

Locally-produced beef, bison, chicken, lamb, turkey, and cheese, eggs, in season veggies, gluten-free products, bake goods, syrup, honey, fresh fudge, and homemade preserves.  Delivery available throughout the year.