Chatsworth Farm is a traditional/modern mixed family farm in east central Alberta, about two hours east of Edmonton. Rick, whose grandparents farmed but whose parents did not, started the farm in 1993 and married Johanna the following year. We named the farm after the old Chatsworth school district in which it's located, and we can see the pioneer one-room schoolhouse from our front porch.
We're a family of five with three adult kids, Charlotte, Lizzie, and Alex, who love living and working on the farm. Lizzie and Alex work full-time on the farm and Charlotte helps out when she can, when she's not busy with her work in event management, marketing, graphic design, and photography.
We grow grain and legume crops, alfalfa, and raise beef cattle, sheep, turkeys, ducks, and chickens for eggs and meat, on more than 2,000 acres of beautiful rolling parkland.
We're a certified Verified Beef Production Plus (VBP+) producer, which means that between strict program requirements and a third-party audit process, we adhere to the highest standards for food safety, animal care, and environmental stewardship. We're also part of the Canadian Program for Certifying Freedom from Growth Enhancing Products (GEPs) for Export of Beef to the European Union.
Thank you for supporting our family farm, and local agriculture.
Rick and Johanna Wasylik
Charlotte, Lizzie & Alex Wasylik
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