We are the Tinker’s – Bill, Tanya, our son’s James and Triston, and their families – and we are the grateful owners of Spring Valley Ranch. Here, we proudly produce hay, raise poultry, and operate a small poultry processing facility. We only just moved to the area in the late summer of 2019, but immediately felt right at home thanks to this ever welcoming community that we are part of.
While raising poultry for consumption and poultry processing are our main focus, Spring Valley Ranch also has farm fresh eggs, a small beef heard and a modest amount of hay. Our business is ever growing, and we invite you to follow and be a part of our journey in the years to come.
This farm is a dream come true for us. From having our own multi-generational farm, to growing our own food, and bringing fresh products from our farm to your table, we could ask for nothing more.
FROM OUR FARM TO YOUR TABLE
We demonstrate the utmost care in how we raise our animals, our farming practices, and our quality of products.
ANIMAL QUALITY OF LIFE
We know that all of our animals have natural instincts and needs. Here at Spring Valley Ranch we respect this by allowing our cows and horses to roam the fields, play together, have fresh flowing water, and snuggle together each evening. Our chickens and turkeys have plenty of daylight, fresh outdoor air, and plenty of free-range around the farm. We treat animals humanely with respect and gratitude for what they provide us.
We raise and process our birds responsibly. We commit to protecting our animals welfare, reducing use of antibiotics, and reducing the environmental impact. As we both raise and process our birds on-site, we’re able to manage every step of the process. Therefore, we can ensure the best practices for our birds, environment and customers.
The use of steroids and added hormones are banned from all Canadian poultry. At Spring Valley Ranch we never have – and never will – use these substances on any of our animals.
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