Your Local Food Connection
Our family believes that food can make a difference in our life, our environment and the lives of those around us. At D&H farm, near Kincardine Ontario, we are privileged to participate in a healthy local food system. Each day we are able to grow food, create food to share and provide connection to other great producers in our area. On our farm we grow food with a focus on regenerative techniques and species preservation through our Standard White Chantecler breeding program, heritage garlic and much more. Thanks to our partner business Two Birds One Stone, we are able to capture the flavour and nutrition from the farm for your table. We carry an extensive line of products including Bone Broth, Hot sauces, jams and seasonings. Finally, we love growing our local food community so we work with our neighbours to give you access to local beef, pork and lamb. Your food choices make a difference right here in Bruce County, so welcome to the local food community!
Note: We will not be shipping eggs for 2022. Chicks will be available on a limited basis. We Specialize in the Standard White Chantecler Chicken, Heirloom Garlic, herbs, hot peppers and edible flowers. We grow using Regenerative Farming Practices.
Local Food Community
Note: Currently, most of our local meats are available directly from our producers. Please contact us for more infomation. Our Community of Local Producers includes our neighbours who produce Grassfed Oganic Beef, Lamb Pork and Beef. Fill your freezer today with custom bulk order or convenient mixed boxes.
The flavours of our farm are ready for you to take home in our line of Seasoning, Bone broth, Hot Sauces, Jams and Relish.
Our Food Community
Times they are a-changn’
Life will go on, but How?
Problem Solving with the Farmer Led Research Program
Kincardine Community Achievement Awards
The Power of Choice
FArm Store Hours
Beefway, Fine Fettle, Amalgamation Acres, Eat Local Grey Bruce, Maitland Market, Cravings, Healthward Bound.
‘As we work to build a better world, we do not all have to be standing in the same place, we just all have to take a step in the right direction and the balance will shift.’ H. Newman