If we don't know where we are going how will we know when we get there.
Ain't that the truth? Sometimes life's like a winding path, and if we don't know where we're headed, it's hard to tell if we've arrived. But you know what? As farmers, we've learned a thing or two from tending our land and raising our lambs.
Sure, we may not always know exactly where we're going, but we've got a guiding light that keeps us on track. And that light, my friend, is our passion for what we do. It's the love we put into every lamb we raise and the pride we take in providing you with the finest meat.
When we started this journey, we had a vision - to offer folks like you a taste of homegrown goodness. We wanted to bring the farm right to your table, and that's exactly what we're doing.
So, even though we might not know every twist and turn along the way, we know one thing for sure - we're committed to bringing you the very best. From our farm to your fork, we're here to make your meals not just delicious, but memorable too.
And that, my friend, is how we'll know when we've arrived. When you take that first bite of our succulent lamb and savor the rich flavors, we'll know we've hit the mark.
So let's keep journeying together, hand in hand, and see where this farm-to-table adventure takes us. We're grateful to have you by our side, and we'll keep doing what we do best - raising happy lambs and bringing joy to your plate.
Ewing Family Farm
Life On The Farm:
Last weekend was a whirlwind on the farm! While I was out delivering lamb to our awesome customers for two days straight, Anne faced quite the unexpected challenge. 20 ewes decided it was the perfect time to start lambing, even though they weren't due until yesterday. My amazing wife to the rescue! You may remember from previous stories that this isn't her first rodeo, but boy, it was a big one. On Saturday alone, she tended to 18 new lambs, making sure they bonded with their moms and got off to a good start. Assisting with a few lambings, as usual, she handled it all like a pro, while I blissfully drove around Ontario, chatting with new friends and delivering lamb. Teamwork makes the dream work!