Welcome to Sunworks

Sunworks Farm is the home of Ron and Sheila Hamilton is located near Armena, Alberta.

We are guided by our philosophy and strongly believe in the principals of organic and holistic agriculture, as well as the importance of ethical/humane handling of all creatures, including our farm animals.

We are committed to marketing as much of our products as possible directly to the consumer. In this way we can offer the highest quality meats and eggs at a fair price.

We enjoy discussing our products and how we raise our animals with our customers and we welcome your comments.

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The Sunworks Blog

Family Farm Day 2014

You are invited to our 13th annual Family Farm Day on September 1, 2014. This is a day that we look forward to all year as we are excited to show our customers how their food is raised. On this day you will be able to see how our certified organic, certified humane, beef cattle, [...]

Building Soil

One of our main occupations that we do on Sunworks Farm is build soil. Animals are an integral component of how we grow soil. When we look at the history of soil in western Canada we can understand how animals and especially the buffalo helped create our bountiful land and topsoil.  The buffalo were a [...]

100% Grass Fed Beef

  We recently had some questions from customers about how our beef are raised and if they receive any grains during their life.  Our cattle are finished on organic grass or organic hay depending on the time of year. During the summer they are rotationally grazed (also called time controlled grazing) on our land. This [...]

Symons Valley Ranch Road Construction Detour

Symons Valley Market is open during the road construction! Please use click on the title of this post to see a map of the alternate route to access the farmers market during the road construction on Symons Valley Road. Symons Valley Ranch is open Fri 10am-6pm , Sat 10am-5pm and Sun 10am-5pm.

Certified Organic

                A customer recently inquired about how we become certified organic because they were told by a butcher that to get certified organic all a person has to do is pay a large amount of money and then they would be organic. Even though we do pay money to our organic certifying agency, there is [...]