Welcome to Sunworks
Sunworks Farm is the home of Ron and Sheila Hamilton is located near Armena, Alberta.
We are guided by our values 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.
The Sunworks Blog
Since the farm office will be closed over Christmas. We thought that we would post the turkey cooking instructions that we hand out to customers at the markets in case there were any questions. Our Turkeys are Orlopp Bronze turkeys. This is a Heritage Breed. It is a cross between a Wild Turkey and a [...]
This Sunday at Symons Valley Ranch Farmers Market in Calgary we will be having a turkey stuffing and turkey trussing demo by Erin Paulson. Erin Paulson is Ron and Sheila’s daughter and the co-author of two Gluten Free and Allergy friendly cookbooks “People Friendly Food” and “More People Friendly Food”. The demo will include the [...]
Sunworks on Whyte (located in the Blush Lane Store) Dec 24th: 9am-6pm Dec 25th: Closed Dec 26th: Closed New Year’s Eve: 9am-6pm New Year’s Day: Closed Farm Office Dec 24th: Closed Dec 25th: Closed Dec 26th: Closed New Years Day: Closed Camrose Butcher Shop Dec 24th: 8am-12pm Dec 25th: Closed Dec 26th: Closed [...]
We believe that being certified as organic is very important, for ourselves and for the consumer. Over the last two days we have completed our yearly organic inspection. The organic inspector is an independent auditor who verifies through physical inspection of the land, buildings, animals and paperwork that we are following the Canadian Organic Standards. [...]
We are now accepting orders for Christmas Turkeys! Our turkeys are an Orlopp Bronze turkey. This is a Heritage Breed that are a cross between a Wild Turkey and a broad breasted white bird. They are “black-feathered” birds which will cause some of the pin feather holes on the skin to look like little ink [...]