Three Forks Farm is happy to announce that we’ll be part of Kawartha Farm Fest 2018 this year. Our pasture-raised pigs and turkeys will be featured as part of the tour. Enjoy walking tours of the farm grounds and a […]
Three Forks Farm
Bobcaygeon (Kawartha Lakes)
Our mission is simple: Raise wholesome, nutrient-dense food using farming practices that respect the natural tendencies of our animals and the sustainability of our farmland. Located in Kawartha Lakes, we raise animals on pasture, in natural social groupings.
We want you to know where and how your food was raised and for you ask questions of the farmers who produced it. In this age of confusing food labelling, we’re committed to building customer relationships based on trust and transparency.
We’re proud to supply our local communities in Kawartha Lakes and Peterborough with delicious, naturally raised, pasture grazed artisanal chicken, pork, turkey and lamb.
7 Commitments From Three Forks Farm:
Always Pasture Raised
Free Range - Raised Humanely
100% Traceable from Farm to Fork
Locally Raised in the Kawarthas
Increased Nutrient Density
No Routine use of Antibiotics or Medications
WHERE TO FIND US
When we sit down for dinner as a family, we feel privileged to know where and how the meat on our plates was raised and we want the same for you – That is traceability. Buying from a local farm provides the opportunity for you to meet and ask questions of your farmer. Want to understand our process better? Go ahead and ask or, better yet, come see for yourself.
We think animals should be raised in an environment that allows them to express their natural tendencies and behaviours including foraging, roaming, resting and socializing. Every animal we raise has daily access to pasture and garden produce. In raising animals this way, we continue to build our farm’s fertile top-soil – a resource all life depends on.
As the saying goes – “You are what you eat”. Research confirms that pasture raised animals are better for you. This food has higher levels of protein, Omega-3 fats, vitamins and micro-nutrients and decreased levels of Omega-6 fats (this is good). In essence, the good stuff from our pastures ends up in your dinner.