Fill Your Holiday Table – Farm Style!

For Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas we take orders for fresh, local, free-run turkeys. Raised on a family farm, these birds are well cared for with fresh air and room to roam! This small, hands-on family raises them from one-day pullet right through to your plate, so you can rely on their outstanding taste, freshness, and nutrition.

We also have fresh smoked hams in the shoppe for the holidays. Our favourite is the country ham – your traditional smoked, bone-in, skin-on ham. In addition, we carry Blackforest hams, mini hams, and trophy hams (boneless, skinless).

Orders can be placed online, by telephone, or simply stopping by the store to see us! Check any of our social media for order deadlines as festive times approach. The sooner you order, the better… we don’t want you to be disappointed!


Click here to order online today!


The Thanksgiving Menu

Turkey Roll: white, dark, white & dark, or sage & onion white
Beef: various roasts
Hams: Country, Trophy, or Black Forest
Pork Roasts: Shoulder, Frenched Rack, Leg
Lamb, Duck, & Goose
Bacon & Peameal
Turkey Pot Pie
Vegetarian Entrées

Herb Butter Rolls
Savoury Scones : Herb & Cheddar OR Scallion & Cream Cheese
Cranberry Sauce
Turkey Gravy
Squash Mac n’ Cheese
Root Vegetable Gratin

Apple Pie
Apple Caramel Pie
Apple Cranberry Pie
Pecan Pie
Chocolate Pecan Pie
Rum n’ Raisin Pie
Pumpkin Pie
Cheesecake: Original or Cranberry
Seasonal Treats Available In-Store


What Size Turkey Do I Need?

Plan for approximately 1 lb per guest (or more if you would like lots of leftovers). For smaller turkeys (11-14 lbs) allow for 1.5 lbs per person.


The sweetness of fresh, delicious corn on cob is here at the shoppe from July to Mid-October. We have partnered with local farms to bring you some of the best sweet corn Ontario has to offer… a popular pairing to our fresh meats! After all, we want to make sure you can find everything you need for a rocking backyard BBQ in our store! We also welcome large orders of sweet corn for your bigger parties or events with some advance notice.

Just a quick tip… don’t cook this really fresh corn too long! See this Kitchn article for some notes on how to get the very best taste out of the very best corn.