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.

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The Sunworks Blog

Help Us Name Our New Flavour of Sausage.

We have created a new flavour of sausage that everyone in our family loves but we cannot think of a good name for it. So we need your help. We need your suggestions for a descriptive and enticing name for this new delicious sausage. We will be sampling and selling this sausage at the markets […]

Easter Weekend Hours

We would like to wish all of our customers a Happy Easter! The following is our Easter weekend hours for all of our own locations. April 14-Good Friday Market on Macleod- Open 9am to 5pm Meat Shop on Whyte Ave – Open 9am to 7pm… Vinesations in Camrose – Closed Farm Office- Closed April 15 […]

Simple Ingredients = Wonderful Flavor

We know the importance of eating pure, clean food and that this has a great benefit on our health and the health of the environment. We believe that you should know exactly what you’re eating without having to get out the dictionary or be a chemist. For this reason all of our sausages, bacon, ham’s […]

Summer Markets

Summer was on my mind last week. We got our start in farming by selling our products directly to the consumer every summer at various outdoor markets. Outdoor markets are where we began and we are happy to still attend some of them. There is nothing better than selling chicken outside on a warm summers […]

Reconnecting With Your Food and Your Farmer.

In an age where we are often very disconnected from where and how our food is grown it is extremely important for us to reconnect with our rural roots by asking questions as to how and where our food is raised. We love answering people’s questions about the animals and how they are raised, to […]