About The Farm

Our farming adventure began in 2017 when we found ourselves with a 2-day old baby goat that was blind in one eye, could barely stand, and would not eat. Over the next few weeks, we nursed him back to health, but since we were living in town at the time, it was not a long-term solution. With Jon growing up on farm, it was our dream to purchase a farm property anyway, so this just meant speeding the process up a little – so the farm search began!

In the winter of 2019, we finally found what we were looking for – a 23-acre property just outside Thamesford. Our goal was to be able to grow our own food by having both a large vegetable garden and the ability to grow our own meat, and if we could share our abundance with our community, that would be even better.

Much of our foundational principles and inspiration have been drawn from some famous YouTube farmers such as Justin Rhodes and Joel Salatin. An example being the Joel Salatin style chicken tractor.

As an “eco farm”, we are committed to healthy farming and healthy food. We believe in using traditional farming methods and are always interested in learning new and (hopefully) better methods to accomplish this.

All of our animals have access to pasture year-round and are raised with their natural instincts in mind.  Our customers are encouraged to come out to the farm and see how things are done. We are happy to show you around and answer any questions you may have.

Pasture raised chicken meat at Good Nature Eco Farm

About The Farmers

Jon grew up on a farm in Holland and then moved to a farm in Listowel, Ontario in 1997. He has knowledge and experience of farm life and experience in stockers, beef steers, pigs, broiler chickens as well as cash cropping.

Vicki grew up in Aylmer, Ontario and never saw herself living on a farm, but now she is enjoying the country life.

Jon Siebring one of the owners of Good Nature Eco Farm with his goats and chickens