Phone: 613-984-0480. Business Hours: Monday-Friday: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Saturday: 9:00 AM to noon.
Our Mission - "To Serve and Develop Organic Agriculture!"

Homestead Organics Opens its Flour Mill.

The Mountain Path flour mill was recently moved from the farm of Robert Hogg in Mountain, North Dundas, to the organic food processing facility at Homestead Organics in Morrisburg, South Dundas. The Mountain Path mill was established by Robert Hogg in 1983 and the move was prompted by Robert's recent retirement.

For the ribbon cutting on May 27th 2015, we have SDG Warden Eric Duncan, Community Futures Development Corp.'s Allan Meabry, South Dundas Mayor Evonne Delegarde, our miller Bruce Beattie, Mountain Path's founder Robert Hogg, Signature Foods' Paul Gorman, and Homestead Organics' Tom Manley.

Read more in the full story...

Our Products

New - Spring 2016 seed catalog

New - organic beet pulp for animals.

New - Factory Outlet stone ground flours.

Now offering 2015 crop contracts.

Tom presents some key products on YouTube.

Organic feeds for your back yard production.

Great video on animal welfare in organic farming.

Natural soil amendments and pest controls for organic farmers and gardeners.

Lots of details on our natural supplements for livestock health and nutrition.


Our Services

Past editions of the Homestead Organics newsletter.

New - Canadian directory of organic farm inputs.

Further away? Consult our dealer network across Ontario, Québec, Atlantic Canada, and New York.

Meet Valérie, our staff agronomist who works with farmers to analyze soils, improve fertility and weed control, and enhance your crop rotations.

As you plan for your backyard flocks this spring, consult our poultry production guide. Our poultry feeds are complete rations for broilers, layers, ducks, and turkeys.

With precision seed cleaning equipment, we provide grain marketing and cleaning for food grains and seed to link grain farmers, traders, and food processors.

Nice short video about Homestead Organics.

News & Messages

Organic Crop Tour report: Part A and Part B.

Organic week in Canada.

Read the Organic week insert in the Globe & Mail.

Time to prepare fall planting with new seed!

Ontario organic acres are the most profitable.

WHO - Roundup classified as probably carcinogenic.

Study the Business Case of organic farming.

Organic forage based milk is nutritionally superior.

Study Finds Pesticides Linked to Depression.

The effects of glyphosate with Dr Thierry Vrain.

Online presentations from the Eastern Ontario Local Food Conference and Eco Farm Day.