Windsong Farm grazes their animals in the uncrowded pastures of their 175 acre farm during the warm months of the year and then offer them hay and bed them on straw, both of which they harvest on the farm, during snowy winters. Their animals receive no hormones and no antibiotics in their feed. They aim to produce the highest quality of grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb. Their dual-purpose sheep are known for their lustrous longwool fleece which is prized by handspinners. They also produce pastured poultry, maple syrup and fruit jams and jellies.