© Hawk Hill Farm 2003

Welcome

Proudly farming in North Glengarry

Breeding for Quality not Quantity

Hawk Hill Farm is 100 acres in the heart of North Glengarry Township in eastern Ontario.  Being situated on one of the  only hills in this area, we have a panoramic view of the Gatineau Hills in Quebec to the north and on a clear day the Adirondacks of New York to the south east. The Scotch River runs through the back of the property. We have been farming here since 1997. Our focus has been on breeding purebred heritage breeds of horses, sheep and chickens.  The breeds we have selected are Canadian horses, Partridge Chantecler chickens and Tunis sheep.  We have chosen these breeds because of their well-deserved reputation for hardiness, longevity and ability to thrive on a pasture based system of farming. In addition to selling breeding stock we also sell produce: eggs and meat from our livestock. Note: This website has been built using pop-up layers that must be closed manually by clicking on the close button on the top right hand corner of the layer.
© Hawk Hill Farm 2003

Welcome

Proudly farming in North

Glengarry

Breeding for Quality not Quantity

Hawk Hill Farm is 100 acres in the heart of North Glengarry Township in eastern Ontario.  Being situated on one of the  only hills in this area, we have a panoramic view of the Gatineau Hills in Quebec to the north and on a clear day the Adirondacks of New York to the south east. The Scotch River runs through the back of the property. We have been farming here since 1997. Our focus has been on breeding purebred heritage breeds of horses, sheep and chickens.  The breeds we have selected are Canadian horses, Partridge Chantecler chickens and Tunis sheep.  We have chosen these breeds because of their well-deserved reputation for hardiness, longevity and ability to thrive on a pasture based system of farming. In addition to selling breeding stock we also sell produce: eggs and meat from our livestock. Note: This website has been built using pop- up layers that must be closed manually by clicking on the close button on the top right hand corner of the layer.