Meet Judy Meyers

When Judy Meyers first called the Niagara Farm Project she had 10 apple trees in her backyard that she didn’t want to see go to waste.

Needless to say we were happy to come harvest the “organically growing” apples. We extended the invitation to you all and ended up meeting a few new people that day, some of whom are now in the crew, (you’ll be meeting them soon).

A day of picking apples

As we learned about Judy, we discovered she was an organic Goat farmer for 30 years. She had quite a few animals actually, chickens, ducks, pigs, and a number of cats and dogs.

Currently Judy is retired, so she spends her time volunteering with the Beamsville 4 Paw Rescue, an adoption and rescue organization. She also has become a wellness advocate for a company called Coseva, which is exactly how she’s going to help us make Naturally Healthy Cleaning Products this Friday, February 19th. What she’s having us put together is all made with Organic Essential Oils, and of course is safe for your pets. She’s also going to be bringing in her famous flea and tick repellent, which I’m sure every animal lover out there will certainly appreciate!

As you may have already guessed Judy began volunteering her time with us as well and has helped us prepare for the heritage breed livestock we have coming this spring. She has also sat down with our Brock intern, and helped her create a chapter in our Guidance Manual, specific to the animals we will be taking care of on one of our Grimsby properties.

I really can’t say enough good things here, we are very fortunate Judy reached out to us this past fall, and we are all looking forward to her guidance over the coming months.

Just a little more work and we will have Lineback cows, Dorset sheep and Nubian goats, and yes of course heritage chicken and pigs 😉

Thank you Judy Meyers, for who you are.