North Winds FarmNo hour of life is wasted that is spent in the saddle. ~W. Churchill
Established in 1999 as a riding stable, the farm has evolved into a nearly self-sufficient hobby farm also offering eggs, pork, lamb, and garden vegetables for sale.
We are located 12km from the picturesque village of Kakabeka Falls. The 160-acre farm has a multi-purpose barn, round pen, sheltered home paddock, hay fields, natural ponds and woodlots, threaded with developing trails for non-motorized use. Quiet roads for horseback riding are easily accessible from the property.
339 Cronk Road, Kakabeka Falls, Ontario, P0T1W0
(807) 623-3751 firstname.lastname@example.org
Beyond ethical farming practices ensure our livestock live the best lives they can to be purposeful.
Teri Treftlin is a Level 3 CHA riding instructor with 25+ years of horse handling experience. An enthusiastic lifelong learner, she is a high school teacher, past Education Director of Thunder Bay’s Northlands Equestrian Team, and past President of the Greenstone Regional Fall Fair Committee. Teri has completed the University of Guelph's Equine Business Management Course and the Equine Science Certificate Program. She brings her love of horses and learning to her students of all ages.
Jason Napper is the farm trimmer, offering basic hoof balancing. Also a lifelong learner, Jason keeps current on hoof care trends through farrier journals and workshops with certified farriers. Jason is the farm properties manager, maintaining the hay fields, woodlot and pasture. He also is our primary livestock transportation provider with a current CVOR.