Welcome To All Treat Farms

All Treat Farms Limited, before it was even called All Treat, came up with an idea. It was simple. Dehydrate manure and put it in a bag. Then convince someone to buy it. But that’s how it was back in 1955 when LaVerne and Freda White used a dehydrator, they had purchased to produce feed from alfalfa, on manure. This lateral move, one of many, really typifies the All Treat story of entrepreneurship. Read more



Your container garden will flourish with the use of All Treat Naturals™ Organic Potting Soil which has been approved by Pro-Cert for use in organic production.  This is a rich blend of Black Earth and Peat Moss as well as an Organic fertilizer charge to give your plants the additional nutrients required to produce strong healthy plants.  Use direct from the bag – no additives required.



Compost Council of Canada’s Compost Giants 2015

       Ennismore Farmer, Gerry Cavanagh, Wins COMPOST’S GIANTS 2015 with 1078 pound pumpkin !   Ennismore & District Horticultural Society receives $500 prize for memorial garden   October 7, 2015 – A giant pumpkin weighing 1078 pounds is the winning entry for this year’s COMPOST’s GIANTS, The Annual Pumpkin Growing Contest organized by The Compost Council of Canada. Ennismore, ON farmer, Gerry Cavanaugh, grew his golden beauty, having prepared his soil with compost and with the hope of supporting the efforts of the Ennismore & District Horticultural Society in their building of a community memorial garden. The grand prize of $500 will be presented to the Society by Cavanaugh and The Compost Council of Canada at a special event celebrating International Compost Awareness Week during the first week of May 2016.   Amongst members of The Council, All Treat Farms’ entry weighed in at a mighty 921 pounds, a record weight for Council members since the start of the contest in 2002. Affectionately called “Peanut” by the staff at All Treat Farms, the Arthur, Ontario-based compost facility is also a founding supporter of this growing competition, designed to promote compost’s use to “feed the soil”.   Additional noteworthy entries were grown across the country by Net Zero Waste (Abbotsford BC); Miller Compost (Pickering ON); City of Barrie (Barrie, ON); County of Simcoe (Midhurst ON); Miller Compost (Clarington ON); Region of Peel, ON; Englobe (Sherbrooke QC) and City of Hamilton (Hamilton ON).   “Congratulations are extended to each of our entries and, of course, to our national winner, Gerry Cavanaugh,” said Susan Antler, Executive Director, The Compost Council of Canada.... read more

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