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Forth Haven Farms • Fresh food, close to home, naturally raised
Fresh food, close to home, naturally raised


Weekly Veggie Baskets June 20 thru Sept 12 in the 2019 growing season. On Farms sales of EGGS by appointment. Naturally raised pork, lamb, goat and chicken by pre order only. Find us at the Mulhurst Bay Farmers Market Thursdays from 4 to 7pm Starting June 20!


Weekly Veggie Baskets are delivered to your residence or business Thursday mornings in the City of Wetaskiwin. Restaurant deliveries are made once or twice a week within a 50 km radius of our farm. On farm pick up arranged by appointment only.


On Farm Sales: By appointment. No Sunday sales. Call (780) 312-8946 We are located at 251046 Highway 13, midway between the City of Wetaskiwin and QE2. From the City of Wetaskiwin: Travel west on Hwy 13...

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All Natural, all the time.

Everyone eats healthy on the Farm. We grow clean natural food, on clean soil with clean water.  This matters to us because we eat the food too.  We save as much seed as possible from our garden each year and when possible also buy organic seed and feed.  We feed our animals the food we […]


We do not ship food out of our local food marketplace.  We should all seek food closer to home, in our foodshed, our own bioregion.  This means enjoying seasonality and reacquainting ourselves with our home kitchens.

Nature’s Template

Mimicking natural patterns on a domestic commercial scale insures moral and ethical boundaries to human cleverness.  We seek to use natural predators to protect against insects and disease. We plant native grasses and shrubs to help cleanse the earth from past herbicide use and to protect our vegetables from unnatural contamination. We collect rainfall and do all […]

Experience the satisfaction of knowin...

Experience the satisfaction of knowing your food and your farmer.

The first member of our family to put a seed in this Alberta soil was Wilhelm Forth way back in 1893!  5 generations later we are still here: tilling the same earth and using many of the same all natural methods our fore fathers used.   Current farm stewards, Ian and Jennifer Forth are committed […]