Welcome ......... At Wallace Springs our goal is to be a Canadian Centre of Excellence in Ethical & Sustainable Agriculture demonstrating that a family farm can be profitable, practice environmental stewardship and produce a stable food supply, in perpetuity without degrading the natural resources that support our production processes..........cont'd in About us.

Contact

Contact Wallace Springs Farm by email -- cowboss@ymail.com

...........By phone -- 519 291-5887

...........Address  --     Contact us for address and/or directions

Business Hours  Open 7:00 am - 9:00 pm.   Closed 11:30 am to 14:30 pm and 5:00 to 6:00 pm. Or by appointment  7/365

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12 comments:

  1. I just want to commend you on what you are doing! This is something I sadly have just been opening my eyes to and I only hope there are more out there like you. My husband and I are dreaming of doing what you do.

    Thank you!

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  2. Hi Christine

    Thank you for the feedback. It is my dream that "eyes are opened" and that more will take up the ethical treatment of farm animals and that consumers will choose ethically produced food. I hope your dream will become reality. All the best. cowboss

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  3. I have an incubator and am looking to hatch some heritage hens to replace my old ones. Do you have any eggs available? email me at authordonnadawson at hotmail dot com. Thanks so much.

    Donna

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  4. Hi Donna

    We can not help you there but I will leave this here a while and maybe someone else that has heritage hatching eggs will contact you.

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  5. Hey Cowboss, my pigs loved the wurtels you gave us, Thanks for the seed as well, cant wait to have a few rows of them pop up! Greetings, Rob @ Willow Creek Farm, Dutton

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    1. Good to hear Rob. You may be waiting a while to plant the mangels by the looks of it, at least if you have as much snow as we have.

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  6. I was looking for info on the short season sorghum. I am interested in seed for that as well as the mangels to use as a chicken feed supplement (and people food lol). Sowing directions, how long to harvest, and what not.

    Thank you!

    Krysta.

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    1. Hi Krysta

      Planting for both is like corn, both need lots of space. 6 inch spacing in 34 - 36 inch rows for the sorghum and about 1 inch deep, 4 inch spacing for the mangels 1/2 inch deep and then thinned out to 8 inch spacing. I know little about the sweet cane sorghum as it's my first year, so you can be part of the "experiment". The mangels make great feed and are quite easy to grow.

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  7. Hi Cowboss! I'm in Regina, SK, and I see that you put up an article about ecotherapy. I'm interested in training in ecotherapy and wondered if you know of anywhere in Canada that has a reputable training programme or who is working in that field. I'm on the list for the UK, but their weekend workshops are kinda too short for the necessary investment ;) Thanks, Peace, Rachel.

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    1. Hi Rachel, sorry but I can not help you out there. Maybe in time courses will come to Canada. Hopefully somebody reading this has some ideas. I just find that on a whole bunch of points that nature and being in nature is very healing.

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  8. How do I order some yellow mangle seeds?
    Thanks,
    Dawn

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    1. Hi Dawn, We are out of yellow mangel seed till fall. Contact me then and I will get you seed for next year. Thanx

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