Our family has been in Caledon for many generations. And life may have taken many turns over the last fifteen years, but we've landed back home!
In the spring of 2021, we arrived with our four kids and two pet rabbits... and our daughters had Mulberry Girls, a little jam business that they'd started up as part of a homeschool project during the pandemic. Little did we know that their little jam business was a seed that would grow to be Willoughby Farmhouse.
We've got a little side-porch shop full of goodies, 25 of the happiest free-range chickens, and two of the sweetest little nigerian dwarf goats you've ever seen. With our gardens bursting with asparagus and tomatoes, apples and grapes, red currants and berries, we knew that we had to find a way to share with the community around us.
We always have fresh eggs and farm-fresh produce is also available seasonally.
We've met some lovely local families who make delicious honey and maple syrup!
We get our honey from Living Against the Current in Orangeville, and our maple syrup from the father and sons team at UpNorth Farms in Mulmur.
All our products are made with natural ingredients, organic fruit and/or produce from our farm, and organic cane sugar.
Mulberry Girls jams and jellies were top sellers at the Hockley Valley Christmas Tree Farm in 2021, and they're always making new products!
You'll always find traditional options like Strawberry-Rhubarb Jam, Apple Butter, Red Pepper Jelly, and Zucchini Relish. And you'll also find fun and delicious creations like Bourbon Peach Jam, Dandelion Jelly, and even 'Blue Goose' Jam - a yummy combination of blueberries and gooseberries!
We're used to cooking for a crowd... so there's always plenty to share!
On the weekends, you might find fresh-baked oat scones, or bread... or maybe homemade soup or asparagus quiches fresh from the oven.
We also do custom orders, so let us know if you'd like us to prepare something just for you!