Sleepy G Farm is a traditional small scale mixed farm, which produces food in an ecological manner. We protect habitat, soil and water quality on the farm through thoughtful management. All of our animals on the farm are raised on pasture, and our vegetables are grown without chemicals to produce clean, fresh, delicious high quality food.
The “to-do” list
September 1, 2013
We live and die by “to-do” lists. They keep us on track, help us prioritize our work, disseminate information to the staff, and most importantly, give us that great feeling when we get to “cross off” an item from the list! To-do lists are an important tool for us on the farm because we are [...]
Where is summer?
July 28, 2013
This is the time of year when we say goodbye to the spring crops like lettuce, kale, green onions, peas, and radishes, and say hello to the summer crops like zucchini, beans, potatoes, and cucumbers. Unfortunately however, the weather over the last few weeks has been unseasonably cold and wet. Constant rain has left our [...]
July 10, 2013
After an unusually late spring, we are very excited to finally have the first of our vegetables come out of the ground this week. So much work has gone into the planning, purchasing, and preparing for our growing season since the New Year, and it is is satisfying to finally enjoy some of the fruits [...]
June 18, 2013
It is hard to imagine that here we are, just a few days from the first official day of summer, and it was only a little over 5 weeks ago that we still had snow on our fields. After a very long and cold winter we were excited for spring but it just didn’t seem [...]
Sleepy G Stout Burgers: The Whole Story
April 9, 2013
Last June Thunder Bay became a better city. That’s because Sleeping Giant Brewing Company opened it’s doors, and began providing beer lovers with locally made brews made in small batches with lots of flavour and creativity. Finally, a high quality beer that we can all be proud to drink! Beer is a pretty ancient beverage. [...]
For information on products available for sale from Sleepy G Farm, or for information on Milking Shorthorns, Dorper Sheep, working with oxen, or organic farming in Northwestern Ontario please do not hesitate to contact us by email.
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Sleepy G Farm R.R. #1 Pass Lake, Ontario P0T 2M0 (807) 977-1631