With no signs of slowing down anytime soon, Louise and Ted Wiggans work together on their 80-acre farm in Harvey and their market stall from September until April or May every year.
A career change at 45 led Ted to pursue his passion of farming, which he has shared for 25 years at the market. He mainly focuses on the livestock aspect of the business while offering some seasonal vegetables and garlic, as well. He specializes in grass-fed beef and freezer lamb, including orders of half a lamb upon request.
Louise, who has been knitting for as long as she can remember, offers a variety of quality handcrafted products to help the whole family brave the cold. From felted slippers to mittens and hats, all her goods are made with locally manufactured yarn from Briggs & Little that often includes fleece from their very own lambs.