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We are very excited to announce that our precious little Haylie is featured in a children’s book that is going to be released May 10, 2021.


The book is called Alaina and the Great Play. It’s about a little girl and her first time going to the theatre. Haylie was a great sport in sitting for all the pictures; which, were than illustrated by Collin Bootman. The author is Eloise Greenfield.

Haylie is part of the family we help in St. Maarten – the Pennant family. Haylie was in one of the poorest schools on the island of St. Maarten and we now have her in a private school that she is doing very well in. We are extremely proud of her. She is turning out to be quite the little young lady. Haylie has experienced a lot of firsts with us, her first birthday party with kids, her first Christmas with presents, her first time learning to swim amd her first time trying some Canadian food – LOL – She has been quite the trooper through it all. She is like a little mermaid in the water now and loves to swim. Haylie calls me every morning before she goes to school and we talk and play games together. It brought tears to my eyes this morning when I saw the book cover…as one of Tom and my goals was to help educate a child and we are helping to do that and also build a strong confident child which Haylie is becoming. We have our precious Kaylie, Haylie’s sister, who is severely disabled, that we help, too. I was crying on the phone this morning with Dahalia and Haylie when I saw the book and Haylie was wondering what the heck was the matter with Grandma.

I hope all our loyal customers enjoy this book in reading it with their children as there are many children out there that never get to experience many firsts.

alaina and the great play

Our adventure in St. Maarten on HGTV’s Carribean Life!

The filming for the show was in August 2018 in St. Maarten with Tom, myself and Michele Warden, our real estate agent. We spent many long hot days filming for a 30 minute episode during our honeymoon no less….we were married not 5 days before. It showcases a lot of things around St. Maarten as well as some crazy adventures Tom and I did. Watch Now!

from hockley valley to st maarten

Hands Across the Water

From Hockley Valley To St. Maarten

–A portion of farm proceeds go to help the Pennant family–

Dahalia Pennant is a single mom living in St. Maarten with her two children Kaylie and Haylie, who spent their days at an orphanage while their mother worked.

Four-year old Kaylie is a precious and beautiful child but is severely disabled and is unable to talk or walk. She needs physiotherapy, nutritional supplements and a great deal of medical attention.

Haylie at five years, is a real character but was attending one of the poorest schools on the island and not doing well. We’ve taken her out of that school and enrolled her in a private Canadian school on the island where she will eventually graduate with an Ontario Secondary School Diploma. She is currently looking forward to going to summer camp!

Peaceful Valley Farm has pledged to help support the Pennant family by donating a portion of farm proceeds from our egg, honey and preserve sales to their continued care. We hope you’ll join us in our commitment by purchasing any of these wholesome and 100% natural farm products!

haylie and kaylie
farm fresh eggs
Farm fresh eggs – $5.00/dozen
Honey – 1/2 kg jar, $7.00
Honey – 1 kg jar, $12.00
Creamed honey – 500g jar, $9.00
Cinnamon creamed honey – 500g jar, $9.00 


Seasonal preserves available in limited quantities.
Email FarmGram or text Whatsapp or call 416 271 8440
farm to farm products

Farmer to Farmer

Wholesome Natural Goodness

Jams harvested from dangling grapes and thimbleberries. Maple syrup conjured from the sap of the maple grove, boiled over wood fires. Honey oozing off the comb, right from the apiary. Eggs straight from our free-range cluckers. It’s hard. It’s fun. And it’s the way that’s  always tasted best! From our loving family to yours…

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hay baling

Hay Baling

Call the…Hay Man

Rolling your own grass in the country has always been legal, as long as you don’t actually light it on fire. So if you can’t roll your own, we’d be happy to twist a few dozen up for you for a smokin’ good price!  Take home a big bundle of joy for your animals to inhale today!

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farm photo hot spot

Photo Hot Spot

Hay Man Nice Shot

We’ve got a whole bunch of hot spots that just can’t wait to have there picture taken with you.  So if you’re a bride, a groom, a fashion photographer or just need to get out of the Big Smoke for a while and have some way to prove it, drop us a line, grab your camera of choice and capture a few pixels of the beauty of the real outdoors, farm style!

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lyme disease talk

Lyme Disease Talk

Help and Hope

In 2011 I was finally diagnosed with Lyme disease, but not before enduring a lot of pain, depression, debilitation and misinformation.  I’d like to share my story with you so that you know that there is hope: there are treatments and coping methods that allow you to take back your active and fulfilling life.  Let’s share our stories and successes together!

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Meet the Team

The Ones Actually in Charge



The Greeter

Forming the very enthusiastic first wave of the greeting committee, Bentley also comes equipped with pretty sophisticated Mama “radar”. You’ll want him on your side in any serious game of hide-and-seek.

rolls the dog


The Henchman

Every well-run farm needs a little “muscle” to keep out the riff-raff. Rolls is our self-proclaimed “heavy”, if you know what we mean. “Hey boss, you want I should stay here and bark at ‘dis here crow ’til it flies away?” That kind of thing.

dolly and candy

Dolly & Candy


When the grass needs a little off the top, these guys are the trimmers extraordinaire. Plus, they have an awesome “auto-fertilizing” feature that no lawn should be without. Unless maybe it’s the front lawn.



The Introvert

Wide open spaces can sure give some folks the willies. Like so many intellectuals, Spooker prefers quiet, comfy-cozy places to hang, think and–we suspect–type. A novel nine lives in the making: we can’t wait to get our paws on it.

the brood of hens

Pecker & friends

The Brooders…

…As in “sitters-upon-eggs”. About one beautiful brown one a day, in their prime. And then it’s off to the free-range “retirement” home, where the food is all natural and perfect for those who might be a little short on teeth. And lips.