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Eggs
Farm fresh, free range eggs
Poultry
Free range chickens and turkeys
Produce
Naturally grown and fresh seasonal produce
Honey
Natural unpasturized honey
Beef
Humanely raised grass fed beef

News and Upcoming Events

 

~ November 2017 ~

The holiday season is upon us!

We will be attending the Holiday Bazaar in Edmonton on Friday December 8 & Saturday December 9 from 12pm-9pm at 10004 - 103A Ave - did we mention there will be more than 50 vendors present!

We are also pleased to announce that we will be attending the French Quarters Christmas Bazaar in Edmonton on Friday December 1 & 15th evenings from 4pm-8pm at 8627 Rue Marie-Anne Gaboury (91st).

We will be finishing up the Farmers' Market season with Miller Crossing on Sundays from 11am-3pm at 14339 50 St - come enjoy breakfast (or a beer) and shop local!

Our pasture raised beef will be available December 1! We are still accepting bulk orders, but will have individual cuts as well.

We also have lots of free range chicken available (whole-frozen) and a few turkeys left too!

 

 

We are the Doherty's, we moved out to the Wildwood area in the spring of 2016, and established Stonepost Farms. 

John comes from southern Alberta, where he was raised on a small family farm which included raising beef, pork and chickens in addition to growing produce for family consumption. John has a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science, and has extensive experience in the agriculture industry. Becky comes from southeastern B.C., where she was raised in a small rural community and was heavily involved in the family trail riding business. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in geography and GIS. We share a passion for the outdoors, the ability to produce our own food in a natural and healthy fashion, and sustainability of the land. We hope to pass these values down to the next generation of farmers, which includes our kids.

As part of our commitment to sustainability, we continually seek new opportunities to learn and adopt new best management practices, techniques and technologies that better allow us to operate our farm.