WE’RE SO GLAD YOU’RE HERE
If there’s one thing we’ve learned about farming, it’s that community really matters. We check in with one another, help one another, share what we’re doing, what’s growing, what’s struggling.
You’re part of our community and we want to thank you for it. This work can get pretty tough, but it’s worth it when we get to share it with you.
So Much Goodness in
We have so much goodness waiting for you! One-of-a-kind gifts, amazing experiences, thoughtful expressions of care, and a whole lot of love!
Wool Pellets are Here
Garden Love Wool Pellets™ are available now! By simply adding them to your garden you’ll reduce watering, add natural fertilizer, and repel bugs and pests.
Our “nurture” shirts look super smart and just the reminder we all need to care for ourselves and care for one another. That’s what nurture is all about.
Your Personal Vineyard
You could have your own Personal Vineyard. Your own row that we teach you how to take care of. An amazing family experience.
Loretta’s a pretty big deal
Our miniature sheep are protected by a Guardian llama – her name is Loretta. And here answer to everything is: No Prob-llama. And her mug says that too!
Let’s Stay in Touch!
If you’d like to stay up to date on what’s happening on the farm, we’d love to keep sharing with you!
The Latest On The Farm
CBC Radio-Canada visited Leystone Farms to learn more about innovation in the Pontiac and our production of wool pellets.
Luskville area agriculture mainstay Leystone Farms is turning discarded sheep wool into pellets that can be used to fertilize and conserve soil moisture in the garden. Owners Karri and Trefor Munn-Venn launched the new product at an on-farm event on Saturday.
Increased wool pellet research by the academic community is validating their importance for plant health, gardens, and farming. As wool pellet research delves deeper into their potential, and as farmers recognize the benefits they offer, wool pellets are poised to take centre stage in modern farming practices.
Just How Social Are You?
OK, we love the socials! We love sharing moments on the farm and with our community. Follow along and say Hi! We’re super friendly!