Malcolm and Cam along with their two industrious farm workers Kim and Elysia pose in front of our heroic HSR transportation after generously showing our group around the farm. Some of their organic veggies are grown in a greenhouse while others are grown in their fields.
Scotscraig also raises some farm animals including chicken and sheep.
After Scotscraig we made our way over to Fenwood Farm where Carol showed us how they raise chickens, turkeys, emus and grow soy.
First we saw the emu which is a real strange bird that sounds like the tyrannosaurus rex in Jurassic Park and live in female dominated family structures where the male birds spend most of the time sitting on large emu eggs.
We also got to see the turkey chicks which will be ripe and ready for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Fenwood Farm was nice enough to BBQ some turkey hot dogs which the farm dogs were quite interested in.
Don't miss our next Rural Routes bus trips to Waterhall Farm on August 18th and Alpacas from Eighth and Mud on September 8th (date changed from September 1st!). As usual, tickets are available at Homegrown Hamilton, 27 King William Street. The bus departs at 10:30 am sharp outside Homegrown.