Dwight & Grace Mick

Cobden, ON 

894 Mountain Road, RR #5
Cobden, ON K0J 1K0
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
613-735-5575 (home)


Product Types: Steaks, roast, ground beef, stew beef, beef sausage, pepperettes,jerky, braising ribs, brisket , liver, kidney, heart, tongue, soup bones, oxtail

About Us
The farm was operated by my Grandfather since the turn of the 19th century. Manure is applied to the pasture field in preperation for a fall ploughing. Weeds have been illiminated by ploughing down the sod and planting a crop (oats,wheat) then harvesting the crop and ploughing down the field again. The next crop is seeded down with hay seed.The field will remain hay for about 6-8 years, depending upon winter kill.The field then will be pasture for cattle for 3-4 years before the rotation starts again. Crop rotation was used by my ancestors ,the Irish Paletines for over 300 years.(the rodney oats that I plant has been in our grainary since 1954,we reseed our own seed) ,(non-GMO)(Grain is feed to our chickens)

Browse through our Products for Sale

All Beef raised on Mickfarms is grass-fed.

Practices (our standards for raising or making our products)
Crop rotation, manure, grain crops, hay crops, natural beef. No GMO,no pesticides, no steroids, no hormones,no fertilizer or herbicides are used on the farm. All animals are born and raised on the farm, no animals are brought in from other farms.I have to replace the bull every five years. The bull is always from registered stock.McGarroch's of Micksburg are a government inspected abbatoir.


Buying through the Ottawa Valley Food Co-op (OVFC) is important to me. By making a monthly pick up, I not only save on gas driving around the county picking up food, I know where it comes from. Having a relationship with producers, close by, means that if I have a concern about a product I know where to go for answers. Local producers live in the community and pay taxes here. They are invested and that feels right. I also have a better chance at obtaining food and products that are more healthful and less likely to harm me and the place I live.

It just makes so much sense.

Lynne Epps

Go to top