Northern Feather Farm

Northern Feather Farm


Log inoculation 🪵

Today we travelled to Northern Feather Farm where we inoculated a log with Lions Mane Mushrooms! Thanks The Ugly Barn Farm for the great workshop! Looking forward to years of mushroom harvests!

Our eggs hatched on Saturday, so naturally, the chicks needed their photos taken 😂
Meet (in order from left to right) Sloan, Grimsby Two, Rose, Grimsby, and Twinkle.

Huge thanks to Northern Feather Farm for this awesome program and for all the help!!
Still have time to enter ! In are amazing GIVE AWAY!!!!
How amazing is this women Steff Friske
Limited availability !
Buff Silkie LOVE!
Northern Feather Farm offers the Silkie bantams or color varieties: White, Black, Blue, Buff, or Splash.
Buff bearded Silkie bantams are the perfect choice for anyone seeking a small chicken with a unique personality. Our high quality buff bearded Silkies, with their stunning rich golden plumage, do well at exhibition. They also make terrific backyard pets. You can expect this breed to do well in confinement. And the hens willingly raise chicks of other breeds that aren’t typically broody.
PoopMonster are Buff Bantam Hen
Splash Ameraucanas are mostly white birds with random splashes of blue to black color in their feathers. They are very attractive and easily created by breeding two blue Ameraucanas together. Since blue doesn’t breed true, blue, black and splash chicks may hatch. Splash does breed true though, so splash bred to splash produces only splash chicks. Splash and black are co-dominate, so splash bred to black results in all blue chicks. Splash Ameraucanas are not a recognized standard variety by the APA.

Northern Feather Farm has been a family owned and operated business since 2015.


📢Exciting News from Northern Feather Farm!

We are thrilled to announce that Northern Feather Farm is spreading some autumn joy by donating one of our largest pumpkins to a lucky child from Nipissing First Nation!
Nipissing First Nation Administration

How to Participate:
If you know a child aged 12 and under who would love to have a giant pumpkin to celebrate the season, simply comment their names below this post.

Winner Announcement:
We will be selecting the lucky winner on October 14th must be Nippising First Nation member so stay tuned to find out who will be taking home this incredible pumpkin!

Let's spread the harvest spirit and make this fall season extra special for a young member of our community. 🍂


Northern Feather Farm
Exciting News! 🐣

We are thrilled to announce that booking is now open for our highly popular Hatch a Chick Education Program for the year 2024!
Running from late January to September, this program is the perfect opportunity for schools, educational institutions, and community groups to provide a unique and hands-on learning experience for children of all ages.

During the program, participants have the incredible opportunity to witness the amazing journey of life as they hatch their own chicks from eggs. This not only captivates their imaginations but also instills a sense of responsibility and empathy towards the natural world.

Our Hatch a Chick Education Program offers a comprehensive and engaging curriculum that aligns with educational standards, making it an ideal choice for teachers and educators. Each booking includes an all-inclusive package that provides everything you need to successfully hatch and raise chicks, including incubators, brooders, eggs, and educational materials.

Participants will have the chance to learn about the key stages of embryonic development, observe the hatching process, and care for their newly hatched chicks as they grow. With our dedicated team of experts, we ensure a safe and enriching experience for all involved.


(Sold) Newly Available Breeding Pair of Canadian Bresse heritage breed

Canadian Bresse is a unique and beautiful breed known for its exceptional taste and texture. Originally from France, these birds were specially selected and bred in Canada to adapt to the local climate and conditions. They are valued for their delicious meat and are highly sought after by both home chefs and professional chefs alike.

If you've been looking to add Canadian Bresse to your flock or start a breeding program, this is a rare opportunity you don't want to miss.

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 09/16/2023

End of Season Farm Stand Sale!

Come on down to our farm stand for the best end of season deals! We have a wide variety of delicious fresh produce at unbeatable prices. Stock up on your favorites before they're gone!

Pumpkins and Spaghetti Squash: As low as 50 cents! 🎃


Holiday Weekend Special: Fresh Picked Produce and Pumpkins Available!

This holiday weekend, we have an extra treat for you! Alongside our freshly picked produce, we are thrilled to announce that we now have a delightful selection of pumpkins available at our farm stand. Whether you're looking to decorate your porch or whip up some delicious pumpkin recipes, we've got just what you need.

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 08/31/2023

(SOLD) Are you in search of the perfect addition to your backyard flock? Look no further, because we have two absolutely stunning Silkie laying hens ready to find their forever home!

We can guarantee that these hens are healthy, well-cared for, and raised in a loving environment. We take great pride in providing our birds with the highest quality of care, ensuring their happiness and well-being.


Fermented garlic honey is a popular remedy for boosting the immune system and helping to alleviate symptoms of cold and flu. Here's how you can prepare it:

- 1 cup raw unpasteurized honey
- 6-8 cloves of garlic, peeled

1. Take a glass jar and ensure it is clean and dry.
2. Place the peeled garlic cloves in the jar.
3. Pour the raw honey into the jar, making sure that the garlic cloves are completely covered.
4. Use a clean spoon or chopstick to gently stir the mixture, ensuring that the garlic is well distributed in the honey.
5. Close the jar tightly with a lid.
6. Keep the jar at room temperature for about 2-3 weeks. During this time, the honey will slowly ferment and infuse with the garlic's beneficial properties.
7. Give the jar a gentle shake every few days to further blend the flavors.
8. After 2-3 weeks, your fermented garlic honey will be ready to use.

To use the fermented garlic honey:
- Take 1 teaspoon of the honey daily for general immune support.
- If you start feeling symptoms of a cold or flu, increase your intake to 1-2 teaspoons three times a day.
- You can consume the honey directly or mix it with warm water or tea.

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 08/26/2023

Ready to experience the magic of pure raw honey? Visit our farm stand to get your hands on this golden delight. Each jar comes straight from our hives, locally sourced and carefully packaged to preserve its natural goodness.


SEWN Farm Stand Tour
Exciting news! Tomorrow, our farm-fresh stand is bringing you the ultimate grilling experience with our new Grilling Baskets!

Get ready to elevate your BBQ game with a medley of mouthwatering vegetables harvested straight from our gardens and fresh picked mushrooms from the Ugly Barn Farm. We've handpicked the freshest produce to create the perfect assortment for your next outdoor cookout

📍 Visit us at 69 Beaucage Park Road
📞 For more information, call 705-562-8235


Our chickens couldn't contain their excitement to see pumpkins in the pumpkin patch .We're thrilled to see our feathered friends enjoying the harvest season as much as we do


Exciting news! Today, a lucky winner took home our stunning fresh-picked veggie basket in a silent auction. We're thrilled to have been able to contribute to a great cause and hope the winner enjoys their bounty of delicious, farm-fresh goodness!


Join us this Sunday and explore a world of fresh produce and local delights! While you're here, don't forget to check out the other incredible farm stands on tour. A day filled with farm-fresh goodness awaits! See you soon!


In an attempt to make things easier for you, our customers, we are trying something different this week. For this Sunday, instead of using the entire map to plan your trip, we recommend ONLY visiting the farms who post their information below.

Each farm that is open and has items for sale will post in the comments of THIS post: farm name, address, opening hours, and what's for sale.

It's mid-August and gardens are starting to produce abundantly. If you're searching for something specific (a bushel of pickling cucumbers? bunches of fresh dill? lettuces, greens, or salad toppings? meat for the bbq?) please ask below and we will do our best to pair you with a farm that has what you need.

Just looking to visit farms and browse their offerings? Use the addresses below to plan your trip. We always welcome feedback, positive or negative, so we can continue to make this tour a convenient and fun experience!


Our Pumpkin Patch is Blooming with Pumpkins! 🌱🎃

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 08/07/2023

Last Poultry Vaccine Clinic of the Year!
This is your final chance to ensure the health and well-being of your feathered friends before heading into the new year!
Join us on Aug 7th at Northern Feather Farm for a day dedicated to your poultry's wellness. Our expert team will be available from 2:30 to 4:30 to administer essential vaccinations, answer any questions, and provide valuable guidance on keeping your flock in top shape!


We look forward to seeing you tomorrow. We can't wait to share the bountiful harvest and all the goodness that our farm has to offer with each and every one of you.

Thinking of a long weekend Sunday drive to balance out your plans?

Check out the map linked below for where you can find farms open to the public this weekend. Stretching from Markstay to Noelville, through Verner, all the way to Beaucage, and everywhere in between, we’ve got local producers offering farm and artisanal products to the public. In the comments on this post, producers will list what they have in their stands this weekend.

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 07/31/2023

I'm thrilled to share some sweet news with all of you! Looks like we'll be diving into a delightful adventure of honey extraction next weekend! Our beekeeping journey has been nothing to be short of amazing, and now time has come to reap the rewards of our buzzing little friends hard work.


Garden pest !


Here is some good information from a survey that Mother Earth News did to learn more about what works, and doesn't, when it comes to limiting insect damage in organic vegetable gardens. They had 1300 gardeners from across the United States respond, so is pretty good. I've included 7 of the top garden pests and info:

1) SLUGS-- took top honors as the most bothersome pest in home gardens, with 55 percent of respondents saying the slimy critters give them trouble year after year. Handpicking was highly rated as a control measure (87 percent success rate), followed by iron phosphate baits (86 percent) and diatomaceous earth (84 percent). Opinion was divided on eggshell barriers (crushed eggshells sprinkled around plants), with a 33 percent failure rate among gardeners who had tried that slug control method. An easy home remedy that received widespread support was beer traps (80 percent success rate).

2) SQUASH BUGS-- had sabotaged summer and winter squash for 51 percent of respondents, and even ducks couldn’t solve a serious squash bug problem. Most gardeners reported using handpicking as their primary defense, along with cleaning up infested plants at season’s end to interrupt the squash bug life cycle. The value of companion planting for squash bug management was a point of disagreement for respondents, with 21 percent saying it’s the best control method and 34 percent saying it doesn’t help.

Of the gardeners who had tried it, 79 percent said spraying neem on egg clusters and juvenile squash bugs is helpful. About 74 percent of row cover users found them useful in managing squash bugs.

3) APHIDS-- were on the watch list of 50 percent of respondents, but the success rates of various control techniques were quite high. Active interventions, including pruning off the affected plant parts and applying insecticidal soap, were reported effective, but so were more passive methods, such as attracting beneficial insects by planting flowers and herbs. Several readers noted the ability of sweet alyssum and other flowers to attract hoverflies, which eat aphids. “We attract a lot of beneficials by planting carefree flowers in the vegetable garden, including calendula, borage, zinnias, cosmos and nasturtiums” (Midwest, more than 20 years of experience).

4) SQUASH VINE BORERS-- had caused problems for 47 percent of the survey respondents. The best reported control methods were crop rotation and growing resistant varieties ofCucurbita moschata, which includes butternut squash and a few varieties of pumpkin. TheC. moschata varieties are borer-resistant because they have solid stems. Interestingly, if you’re attempting to fend off squash vine borers, lanky, long-vined, open-pollinated varieties of summer squash (zucchini and yellow crookneck, for example) may fare better than hybrids, because OP varieties are more likely to develop supplemental roots where the vines touch the ground.

Many gardeners dump soil over these places, so if squash vine borers attack a plant’s main stem, the plant can keep on growing from its backup root system.

5) JAPANESE BEETLES-- Forty-six percent of respondents reported working in the unwelcome company of Japanese beetles, with handpicking being the most popular control method. Some gardeners grow trap crops of raspberries or other fruits to keep Japanese beetles away from plants. Several commonly used interventions — garlic-pepper spray, milky spore disease, pheromone traps and row covers — had high failure rates.

6) TOMATO HORNWORMS-- were of concern to 42 percent of our survey respondents. Bt and handpicking were the preferred control methods, and several folks commented that tomato hornworms are among the easiest garden pests to handpick (probably because they’re large, easy to spot and produce a telltale, pebbly trail). Many gardeners reported seeing tomato hornworms often covered with rice-like cocoons of parasitic braconid wasps. “I had a lot of tomato hornworms this year, but the wasps took them out! Just like in the photos online and in bug books!” (Mid-Atlantic, more than 20 years of experience). Gardeners named zinnias and borage as good companion plants for reducing hornworm problems.

7) CUTWORMS-- were a concern for 41 percent of respondents, and effectiveness ratings for using rigid collars (made from plastic drinking cups or cardboard tissue rolls) to protect young seedlings from damage were amazingly high (93 percent effectiveness rating). A common practice to reduce cutworm damage is to cultivate the soil’s surface once or twice before planting and hope robins and other bug-eating birds will swoop in to gather the juicy cutworms. Big, sturdy seedlings are naturally resistant to cutworms, so many gardeners said they set out seedlings a bit late to avoid cutworm damage.

There are more Garden Pests than listed here, but wanted to list the Top 7 that Families ask about.

Here at THE SEED GUY, we have a great 60 Variety Heirloom Seed Package (33,000 Seeds) that has 49 Veggie Seed varieties, and 11 Herb Seed varieties. In this package, you will get several Herb varieties that are great Companion plants that will help keep Garden Pests away.. Small Farm Grown, Non GMO, fresh from the New Fall 2022 Harvest, and SALE Priced Now at $79.

You can click on link to our website to see Seed varieties included in package and to Order at

We also have 8 other Heirloom Seed Packages, and all our individual varieties in Stock Now on our Seed Guy website at
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Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 07/23/2023

Celebrating an Amazing Garlic Harvest
Today, we're overjoyed to share the tale of an extraordinary ,garlic harvest at our humble garden .The journey began with a handful of tiny cloves ,planted with hope and nurtured with love. After months of dedicated care and anticipation ,the day finally arrived to reap the fruits of our labor .


Dear valued customers
We regret to inform you that our beloved farm stand will be closed tomorrow due to inclement weather Thursday July 20th sorry for the inconvenience ⛈️

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 07/15/2023

Fresh Garlic Galore! Get your hands on the freshest garlic and garlic braids available at our stand! Indulge in the rich aroma and robust flavor of these culinary wonders that will elevate your dishes to a whole new level!

Our garlic is lovingly cultivated on our farm, nurtured by the sun and soil to bring you the finest quality bulbs. With each bite, you'll experience the perfect balance of pungency and sweetness that only fresh garlic can deliver.

But that's not all! Our stand is a treasure trove of tantalizing produce waiting to be discovered! Joining our star attraction, we have purple beauty bell peppers, onions, and kale, each bursting with vitamins, flavors, and colors that will brighten up any meal.

Are you an egg aficionado? Look no further! Our farm-fresh eggs, laid by happy hens, are here to grace your breakfast table or add a touch of indulgence to your favorite recipes.

For those with green thumbs, we still have a few vegetable plants left, ready to be nurtured in your own garden. From tomatoes to zuchini peppers, you can bring the farm-to-table experience right to your backyard

📍 Location: Northern Feather Farm 69 Beaucage park Rd next to wolves den gas bar

⏰ Opening Hours: Honor System Farm Stand open daily from 9am-8pm


My First Asparagus Adventure


Feeling festive!
*Splash Silkie

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 12/18/2022

1.Blue/ black /splash
3.Lavender /Blue creme

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 12/16/2022


2.Buff lace
3.Blue White Crested

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 12/16/2022


Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 12/16/2022


Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 12/06/2022

Lavender Shower Steamers now available!


What a beautiful day out harvesting some carrots!!

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 11/23/2022

Loving the snow!

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 10/22/2022

Lab report is in these to beautiful pullets are joining the flock one white & lavender
Looking for some cute hen names !

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 10/21/2022

The Beltsville Small White Turkey

The perfect homesteader's turkey
It's vitally important that the genetics of this breed not be lost. These turkeys are amazing in that they are active foragers, can reproduce naturally, have no dark pin feathers, dress cleanly, are easy to handle and have kind personalities.
Our hens lay eggs nearly every day from February until September. We artificially incubate and brood all poults. They are absolutely delightful to raise, because of their calm and curious personalities.
*Highly recommended

*Hatching eggs & poults available
( February to September)

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 10/15/2022

Chicken pumpkin carving challenge we will post the end result tonight!


The colors on this handsome boy are just so beautiful! black copper maran rooster


Sending good wishes to you this Thanksgiving! Good food that fills your table, good health as you work hard, and good times with family and friends. May you have all the best delights in life. Happy Thanksgiving!

Photos from Northern Feather Farm's post 10/05/2022

Breed: Black Copper Maran (BCM)

Origin: France, 1921

Egg Colour: Chocolate

Eggs/Year: 150-200

Egg Size: M

Black Copper Marans are known for the extremely dark chocolate eggs especially if you like a mixed basket of eggs! They are also quite winter-hardy, and grow to be a good size. As such, they are a great dual-purpose breed and do well in mixed or backyard flocks. Not to mention the iridescent shine their black feathers have, making them an beautiful looking chicken.


There is still a week to enter for a chance to win!!!!

I am beyond excited to announce that I have teamed up with some amazing small local businesses for a Fall Giveaway. I’m telling you, you don’t want to miss out on all these amazing prizes.

Here is what you need to do:
Follow are accounts
Like and share this post
Comment & tag 3 friends

Northern Feather Farm
Old McDonald’s Family Farm
Restless Ravens Homestead
The Rustic Escape
The Ugly Barn Farm
Heartsease Home Care

To win the following:
1. $100 Visa Gift Card Northern Feather Farm
2. Fall Event Family Pass Old McDonald’s Family Farm
3. Tea Restless Ravens Homestead
4. Anishwe Fringe Back Pack Anishwe
5. Merchandise The Rustic Escape
6. 2 Mushroom Kits ,2 Mushroom Jerky & Risotto The Ugly Barn Farm
7. 2 Hours of Housekeeping Heartsease Home Care

Winner will be announce on October 1st

Note: This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook. I will not ask you to register or provide any payment information to claim your prize. Please be aware of scammers.


reservations for 2023 rentals "Limited Availability"

See and experience the incredible journey of We are now accepting life from fertilized egg to live hatchling. We provide all that you will need to participate in the process of chick hatching, so that each participate can learn and identify the different stages of development and care.
We offer an educational “full cycle” incubation experience for your classroom, home or senior’s residence, Once the eggs have hatched, keep the chicks for up to 7 days and then you are invited to bring your family to drop off the chicks at the local family farm, so they can be reunited with their flock.


Poultry/Turkey Plucker Rental
Now booking for 2022 season.
Located in Northbay Ontario

Day rate - $60
Two day Weekday - $80
Weekend (Saturday- Sunday) - $100


$2.50 each


I am beyond excited to announce that I have teamed up with some amazing small local businesses for a Fall Giveaway. I’m telling you, you don’t want to miss out on all these amazing prizes.

Here is what you need to do:
Follow are accounts
Like and share this post
Comment & tag 3 friends

Northern Feather Farm
Old McDonald’s Family Farm
Restless Ravens Homestead
The Rustic Escape
The Ugly Barn Farm
Heartsease Home Care

To win the following:
1. $100 Visa Gift Card Northern Feather Farm
2. Fall Event Family Pass Old McDonald’s Family Farm
3. Tea Restless Ravens Homestead
4. Anishwe Fringe Back Pack Anishwe
5. Merchandise The Rustic Escape
6. 2 Mushroom Kits ,2 Mushroom Jerky & Risotto The Ugly Barn Farm
7. 2 Hours of Housekeeping Heartsease Home Care

Winner will be announce on October 1st

Note: This giveaway is not affiliated with Facebook. I will not ask you to register or provide any payment information to claim your prize. Please be aware of scammers.

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