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Nourishing person & place

ORGANICALLY GROWN, GRASS-FED, PASTURE & WOODLAND RAISED FOOD
HELLO

Welcome to the valley.

In the valley, the field is more than just the land we work, the seeds we plant, and the food we harvest — it’s also a field of time, intention, and energy that we bring into the world we collectively share.

Since 2009 we’ve been planting, growing, harvesting, grazing, and raising flavour-rich, nutrient-dense greens and grass-fed, pasture-raised meats and eggs for the families of Algoma.

No pesticides, herbicides, insecticides or antibiotics needed — just sun, soil, a little rain, and a lot of attention to nature’s natural cycles.

Melanie

LEMIEUX

Market Gardener, Stockman, Steward

ORGANICALLY GROWN

Garden Vegetables

Starting in the spring and into late-fall, we grow the variety, flavour, and colour of over 50 types of unique, heritage, and familiar favorites ranging from Baby Leaf spinach and crisp Romaine to Hakurei salad turnips, heirloom tomatoes like the smoky Black Crim and Charentais melons.

CHEF ERIK NOWAK

Steel plate cooking over fire

VALLEYFIELD FARM SOCIAL 

FROM PASTURE RAISED HENS

Golden Yolk Eggs

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Like the flamingo, which gets its pink pigmentation from the red wavelength astaxanthin carotenoids found in microalgae, krill, and shrimp — our hens get their skin and egg yolk pigmentation from the yellow wavelength xanthophyll carotenoids, lutein and zeaxanthin found abundantly in the pastures they’re raised in.

 

Long known for their role in maintaining vibrant eyesight, these carotenoids make for a delicious dollop of sunshine.

100% GRASS-FED & GRASS-FINISHED

Lowline Black Angus Beef

Lowlines are a classic Black Angus typical of the breed up to the 1950’s. Stout, brick-like and stocky, they rapidly convert grass into body-weight to produce more beef per acre than any other breed of cattle. Our 100% grass-fed and grass-finished Lowline beef is exceptionally red, finely, but not excessively marbled, and yields flavourful, tender cuts of nutrient-dense beef.

Graze Line
PASTURE RAISED

Cornish Cross Chicken

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Poultry is a summertime staple at Valleyfield. Raised on open range, the chickens and turkey follow the grazing cycle of our Lowlines and Icelandic’s. After the cattle and sheep graze the long-grass, we then pasture the short-grass (range) with poultry. This natural method of seasonally grazing short-grasses produces meaty, flavourful birds while providing valuable fertility to the land.

PASTURE & WOODLAND RAISED

Heritage Breed Pork

We raise a drove  of Tamworth, Berkshire, and Large Black pigs on a diverse range of pasture grasses, legumes and woodland forage supplemented with locally cropped peas and barley. Well adapted to our Northern Ontario woodlands and winters, the deep flavours of this Irish-English cross is reflective of the regional forage of Algoma forests and fields.

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ORGANICALLY GROWN

Flowers have a language of their own. It’s one we use to celebrate, give thanks, show empathy, say I love you or bring life into our homes. On the farm, it’s a space where hummingbirds and bees hum from one flower to another — bergamot, zinnia to forget me not. In bunches, bouquets, and arrangements, we deliver for weddings, events, and that touch of colour, scent, and calm flowers breathe into the everyday.

Field Cut 

Flowers

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