For many people, more time at home recently led to a passion for making bread. And for those who looking for organic, locally-grown, stone-ground flours, we have a great source right here in Huron County.
Kelsey and Lucas Seeberger are the creative minds behind Farm Little, which you can find on Mill Road just east of Bayfield. They share a love of growing and producing good food, so when they found they were growing more than they needed for themselves they decided to open a farm shop.
They sell homegrown seasonal fruits and vegetables as they become available as well as stone-ground flours that they grind right there on the farm.
Kelsey has the green thumb and also serves as the chief baker. She’s always happy to chat with customers about tips for better bread making. She even pops a few flowers into the shop now and then.
Lucas grew up milling grains and is excited to carry on the family tradition with vintage equipment he sets up and maintains himself.
They have a selection of whole wheat, pastry, rye and spelt that come from local farms, and red fife that is grown in northern Ontario. All their flours are organic and they don’t use any harmful sprays or fertilizers.
It is easy to connect with them via their Facebook page - search for Farm Little-Bayfield, or drop by the shop.
Note - as a small start-up they are still cash only or e-transfer.