Please scroll down to see a list of meat currently available.

Please scroll down to see a list of meat currently available.

MEAT FOR SALE - Fall 2015

Please Note:  all of our 2015 meat was pre-sold.  If you would like some in 2016, you may want to order soon.  Thank you to all our great customers, especially The Hothouse Restaurant in Terrace who now serve our boneless goat meat regularly!

Chevon 2015

  • Leg Roasts (bone-in) $8.50/lb  SOLD OUT
  • Breakfast Sausage $12.50/lb    SOLD OUT
  • Boneless Stew Meat $12.50/lb   SOLD OUT
  • Ground $12.50/lb  SOLD OUT

Pork 2015  SOLD OUT

  • Back Bacon $7.50/lb
  • Fat $1.50/lb
  • Ground $4.00/lb
  • Hams $8.00/lb
  • Leg Roasts $4.50/lb
  • Shoulder Roasts $5.50/lb
  • Shoulder Steaks $5.25/lb
  • Tenderloin $11.00/lb


Saturdays 9:00 - Noon

January 16, February 13, March 12, April 9 & 23

Smithers Curling Rink, Third Avenue (near the Pool)

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About Us

In 1985 Jocelyn Pearce started an organic herb farm near Smithers, British Columbia, Canada.  Soon the gardens were producing in abundance and Jocelyn began creating organic food and natural body-care products from her plants & herbs.  Jocelyn is a woman of boundless energy who is always working:  she spins, knits, weaves, gardens, and is always developing new products just because it fascinates her how much we can do with a bit of ingenuity.

Lyn (Jocelyn's daughter) added dairy goats to the animals on the farm in 2008.  We now have a lovely, mixed herd from which we glean milk, meat, fabulous land-clearing assistance, and endless enjoyment. 

In 2012, 2013, and 2015 we raised pigs too; goat milk-fed, pasture raised pork is delicious!  We will likely take another 'pig break' in 2016 because we are embarking on a large project to expand the vegetable gardens, create a fruit tree/bush orchard, and plant some nut trees that are hardy in our zone.

In 2013, Jocelyn found that she could no longer make the food and body products on her own.  Since Lyn was too busy with the animals to make the products and attend the Farmers' Market to sell them, we decided to cease production.  It was a really hard decision -- after 20+ years of developing them!  However, Lyn is loving the goats and Jocelyn is loving making hand-knitted toys (which she sold in 2015 at the artists' co-op store, "Out of Hand"), so it's all worked out just fine.  UPDATE:  We are back at the Market with a limited line of Narnia products for 2015!  (Because Lyn is just as unrealistic about what is possible as her Mum is.)  We sold for a while at the Farmers' Market, but that was too difficult, so we helped organize an artists' co-op store in Smithers for November & December.  "Out of Hand" was a success and will hopefully happen again next winter.  Jocelyn's toy line has also expanded and you can see some photos at:

Two decades after Jocelyn started, our goal is still to
maintain our land and our animals as naturally and organically as possible.

We are always happy to answer questions.