Backyard Bounties 

Huron and Perth Counties

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Really Good Bread From the Wrong Side of the Tracks in Stratford ON

At Hillsview Farms, they are focused on providing Organically Homegrown products with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – they will do everything they can to meet your expectations.

All of their spirits start with 100% Ontario grown grains. The corn for their moonshine and wheat for their vodka and gin come from Mike’s cousin’s farm. They mill all of their grain on-site so they know exactly what is going in to their products. Their constant goal is to remain locally focused, partnering with nearby businesses to source the additional ingredients used in their handcrafted flavoured liqueurs.

All their meals are made using local grass fed organically raised beef, local omega 3 enriched no antibiotic pork and no antibiotic chicken and turkey. They use their own worchestershire, yogurt, mayonnaise, BBQ sauce, ketchup and more. Certified Organic produce at the Farm Store in addition to local sourced fruits and veggies. Also offering local raw honey, pure maple syrup, a variety of frozen meats, their very own preserves, delicious local cheeses including a large variety of goat cheeses, Feige's salad dressings, Bev's famous carrot cake and gluten free (not a GF facility) no refined sugar treats and ice cream!

They offer locally raised beef and pork that has been slaughtered and prepared on site at their store. They strive to provide the best cuts for their customers! Price list on Facebook.

Alpaca farm providing yarn, laundry accessories, bedding, hides, clothing, miscellaneous and household items. They also provide frozen and shelf stable Alpaca meat.

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Over 500 acres of produce ranging from rhubarb and asparagus in the spring, to strawberries and melons in the summer, to squash and pumpkins in the fall. They recently began a line of preserves including jams, jellies, pickles, sauces, and spreads all made fresh from their produce. They only ever sell what they grow and produce themselves.