I’m April, and I’m the voice behind this blog.

My husband Dan, and I farm on 200 acres in Ontario, Canada. We currently raise goats and chickens for milk, eggs, and meat. We garden, forage, and barter with only one goal in mind: to eat the best food possible.  Everything we do here is for the food.

Neither of us grew up this way, but with a growing concern with how our food is being produced, and with a love for everything fresh, we started working towards producing our own food with 8 chickens and 2 dairy goats on 3 acres. That was our gateway drug. Our passion for humanely raised meats, authentic cheeses, fresh eggs and produce, and raw milk was born.

This blog is where I share the process of our farm to table eating. I wrangle goats, chase chickens, and try to pick the strawberries before the wild birds get to them. This is our story, the good and the bad.

Welcome to our farm. Please stay for dinner, there is always room at the table.


Make it your goal to live a quiet life, minding your own business and working with your hands. So that your daily life may win the respect of outsiders and so that you will not be dependent on anybody. – 1 Thessalonians 4:11-12

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8 thoughts on “

  1. Hello, I’m enjoying you blog. We are also homesteading in Ontario Canada and I got really excited when I saw that you are as well 🙂
    Canada Love!

    1. Hi, thanks so much for the kind words and for reading! I love that you’re from Ontario too – you understand the struggle lol!

  2. Hi, I’m new to your blog but looking forward to sharing and learning. We live in Woodville on 1 acre with chickens,cats and dogs. Its good to have someone else’s thoughts and learning experiences to tap into.

  3. I loved your article on Bee Pollen. I just recently started using granulars’ in the morning, and 1 1000 milligram capsule at work in the afternoon. I eat a regular diet of real food. Processed garbage is not allowed in my house, lol. The more I read about pollen, the more I like it. Hug difference in a month. Nothing lost in the processing, because it’s all natural food; for us to consume. I just wanted to let you know I agree with your article 100%.
    Thank You for taking the time to read this.

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