© Hawk Hill Farm 2003

Products

 Hawk Hill is licensed to used the Foodland Ontario symbol on its produce.  All lamb, chicken and eggs produced are products of Ontario.  All lamb is born and raised here at Hawk Hill.  All meat chickens are hatched in Ontario and raised at Hawk Hill. All eggs are produced by our free-range Chantecler chickens.  All are processed at Ontario provincially inspected processing facilities.

Introduction

As more consumers want to know where their food comes from and how it is raised, we, as farmers, feel that it is important that we respond to that consumer demand.  Animal health, nutrition and welfare is as important to us as producers as it is to our clients.  Animals that are in peak health and low stress produce better eggs and meat.

Who knew that doing the right thing tasted so good!

Heritage animals cannot and should not exist as a museum object. They must serve a commercial purpose. If you go onto our Livestock page where we discuss why we raise heritage breeds, the point we didn’t mention is FLAVOUR.  With all the work developing breeds that are grow faster, produce more eggs and are more feed efficient we seem to have forgotten flavour.  So whether you buy our products because of our ethical production methods or our concern about future food security, we are pretty sure you will come back because of the flavour.
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© Hawk Hill Farm 2003

Products

 Hawk Hill is licensed to used the Foodland Ontario symbol on its produce.  All lamb, chicken and eggs produced are products of Ontario.  All lamb is born and raised here at Hawk Hill.  All meat chickens are hatched in Ontario and raised at Hawk Hill. All eggs are produced by our free-range Chantecler chickens.  All are processed at Ontario provincially inspected processing facilities.

Introduction

As more consumers want to know where their food comes from and how it is raised, we, as farmers, feel that it is important that we respond to that consumer demand.  Animal health, nutrition and welfare is as important to us as producers as it is to our clients.  Animals that are in peak health and low stress produce better eggs and meat.

Who knew that doing the right thing tasted so

good!

Heritage animals cannot and should not exist as a museum object. They must serve a commercial purpose. If you go onto our Livestock page where we discuss why we raise heritage breeds, the point we didn’t mention is FLAVOUR.  With all the work developing breeds that are grow faster, produce more eggs and are more feed efficient we seem to have forgotten flavour.  So whether you buy our products because of our ethical production methods or our concern about future food security, we are pretty sure you will come back because of the flavour.