Tuesday, March 22, 2016

New to Shiloh

I see that it has been a long time since I posted last, and again the hens are laying well because it's spring.

New to Shiloh farm is a trio of Beltsville Small Whites, and they are laying the most beautiful lightly speckled eggs. By December we hope to have some delicious heritage turkeys for sale.

Some good news:  Our on-line store should be fully active soon so those of you who prefer to just click a button to have the coconut oil or book shipped to you, will be able to do so without having to pick up the phone or send me an email.  We just have to finish posting the products and working out the shipping, but you can see it at ShilohCoconutOil.com

We also have a Face Book page https://www.facebook.com/ShilohCoconutOil/

Thanks for stopping by!

Sunday, March 8, 2015


Woo Hoo!  The hens are saying it's spring.  They are loving getting out side even if they can't go far in the deep snow; They are responding to the good GMO free feed, and they are just plain excited about spring coming.

So am I!  Even though I won't plant a garden this year, I will have eggs, and even though I won't be digging in the dirt, the chickens will.

I hope to be starting at Keady Market some time in April this year with the coconut oil.  Too bad the government won't let me sell free run GMO free farm fresh eggs there.  I could provide both the eggs and the oil to cook them.

If you need product, don't forget that I still sell from my farm near Chatsworth.  Just give me a call at 519-794-2578

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Keeping Healthy

It's not just the coconut oil that keeps me healthy.  Lots of fresh air and exercise help.  I hire someone to do the major snow plowing, but lately I've been get plenty of exercise clearing the walk way and deck.

It's also great exercise snowshoeing out to the chicken coop twice a day. But, of course I often come in with almost frozen fingers and toes, so it's great to have an immune system that's been strengthened by coconut oil.

Monday, December 29, 2014

Still selling through the winter

We are all snuggled down for the winter here.  The pallet woodshed is emptying rapidly, as the wood cook stove provides lots of heat to warm the house and cook the delicious food that is always made from scratch and usually loaded with Shiloh coconut oil.

So far the snow hasn't stopped our customers from coming to the farm. 

Shiloh Farm is blessed to be situated on the corner of two roads that are well maintained, so if you run out of coconut oil and you live near by, just give me a call and then come and enjoy the peaceful view of Shiloh Farm in winter, while stocking up on our products.

Saturday, July 19, 2014

The Sabbath

I love Israel, the Torah, and all it stand for, and I have decided to keep the Sabbath (Saturday) instead of Sunday as my day of rest.

Please do not call for products on Saturday.  Any other day I may be reached at either 519-794-2578 or 519-270-9136


(The photo above is of a tzitzit or tassel worn as a reminder of the laws of God.  Numbers 15:37-40)

Sunday, April 27, 2014

It's such a beautiful day this Sunday afternoon at Shiloh Farm, but they are calling for rain again on Tuesday which means another miserable Market day for Keady. 

Keady Market continues to be a struggle with the weather not co-operating at all.  I will try to get there again this Tuesday, but if the weather is too bad, I may just take the day off.  Please call 794-2578 if you need to connect with me there, or come see me here at the farm.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

St. Jacobs Market

Many of you have been asking when we will be back at St. Jacobs Market, and I have been hesitating with my answer.  I had hoped to be at St. Jacobs in spite of Bruce's passing, but I have had to admit to myself that I just can't do it alone. 

Please feel free to call about having a pail shipped to you, 519-794-2578, or perhaps we can make an occasional trip to Waterloo if there are enough people asking for our oil.

I do miss my customers at St. Jacobs and would love to hear from you, but the long trip there and back plus a long day standing by myself would just be too much.