Location is NW 16 39 5 W3. Our location is just 15 minutes north of Saskatoon with no turns onto any gravel roads, just turn off the highway into our yard.
Driving directions are: take hwy # 12 north of Saskatoon towards Martensville. Drive past Martensville for 5 miles and you will see the sign Farmyard Market next right. Turn into our yard.
We sell local home grown foods. Meats and sausage from pasture raised holstein beef and outdoor raised pigs. Home made perogies and butter crust pies, fresh honey and brown free run eggs, jams, jellies, hummus, guacamole, sauerkraut, home made noodles, granola, fresh vegetables from June to September, fresh baking every Friday and Sat. And more!
Call or email us at 306-242-8949 email@example.com
Northern Quinoa Corporation
“Northern Quinoa Corporation is a company located in Saskatchewan, Canada that processes and distributes organic and non-organic Canadian grown quinoa and other grains. We have been a supplier to both consumers and wholesalers worldwide since 1995.
“Where: The grounds and orchard at St. Therese Institute of Faith and Mission, Bruno, SK, located at the North end of Main Street in Bruno, SK.
What: Join us for a day of celebrating community, friends and summer-time fun! The fun kicks-off with Pancake Breakfast & all-day Cherry U-Pick, and continues all afternoon with hot food canteen featuing Cherry Smokies (returning this year by popular request!), Cherry Sundaes (but of course!) & more, local entertainment & fun for the whole family!”
North East Saskatchewan
local meats, produce, fruit, grains, wild harvested foods
The NELFP is a group of more than 22 local farmers and producers, visit site for complete list of producers and products available.
“Enjoy Fresh Vegetables, Meats, Poultry and Food Products.
We have a fair sized market garden and a big variety of in season vegtables.
We have 2 green houses in which we grow tomatoes, cucumbers,
peppers and strawberries.
We raise beef, pigs, turkeys, ducks, geese , fryers and roasters.
We have a flock of laying hens suppling fresh eggs every day.”
For Meat Products and Custom Processing
306-863-4451/2290 ext 716
For Garden Produce and Greenhouse
306-863-4451/2290 ext 738
For Poultry and Turkeys
306-863-4451/2290 ext 712
“G2S Pickin’ Patch grows several varieties of fruit of various cultivars; the objective being to provide customers with a summer long fresh fruit experience. The ripening / availability order of fruit is generally: honeyberries (Haskap), strawberries, raspberries, sour cherries, saskatoons, blueberries and apples. In past years we have had good supplies of strawberries, raspberries, saskatoons and sour cherries. We anticipate being able to add currants (red and black) as well as rhubarb to the list of fruit available to our u-pick customers.”
PO Box 472
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Farm: 306 929 2091
Cell Alberta: 403 630 2091
Cell Saskatchewan: 306 981 4278
LAND LOCATION NW6-TWP51-RNG23-W2
wild edible mushrooms, wild botanicals, birch syrup, wild tisanes
“Saskatchewan abounds in wild food resources. There is nothing more “organic” than wild-harvested, local, and seasonal foods. We hand-pick our wild edible mushrooms and forest botanicals according to the seasons in the wilderness of northern Saskatchewan. And we love to make Saskatchewan wild harvest available to you.”
Box 118 Love, SK
“Ol Mill Berries is owned and operated by Mitchell & Donna Demyen.
There are 20 acres of Saskatoons, approximately 10 acres of which are currently harvested. Other crops grown include strawberries, newly introduced cherry varieties, cherry plums, raspberries, all in production.
The picking season for Saskatoons typically begins the second week of July. In the past it has started July 13 in 2007 and July 18 in 2008.”
U Pick raspberries
“My raspberry patches expand to different varieties. The matured plants include Red Mammoth, Boyne, Thornless and Chief. The Black Raspberry and Fall Gold have been recently planted. One can enjoy fresh-tasting raspberries without all the necessary care that goes with tending to plants.”
“The Fury philosophy incorporates three foundational principles: Original Design, Product Excellence, and Functional Simplicity. We believe that through our original design and refusal to copy other manufacturers, we significantly contribute to the industry. Our commitment to product excellence is foremost in our minds, from the design of specialized precision tooling to final assembly and testing. We subscribe to the belief that less is more, and ensure that each component part is simple, functional, and improves the instrument’s performance…
noticeably finer musical instruments since 1962”
902 Avenue J North
Canada S7L 2L2