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Christina Stender ​Strathmore - EH Farms

Christine studied Agriculture at the University of Guelph with a major in Animal Science. After graduation, she moved out west to Alberta to pursue my dream of working with farmers and eventually owning her own farm. 


While working as an agronomist in southern Alberta, she met my husband Andy.  Since they both worked in the agriculture industry, they found that they both shared the same dream...To one day own a farm!


In 2016, their dream came true when they bought a small family farm. 

They wanted to be unique and different, so Christina and her husband chose a slightly different path from what you would normally think of when you think of 'farming in Alberta'. They became Red Mangalitsa pig breeders. 

Their Website: EH Farms

Their Facebook: EH Farms

Tanja and Christian Welz, originally from Bremen, Germany, moved to Canada to start their own farm, raise their own animals, live a life very different from the one in the crowded city of Bremen. They jumped on the chance to purchase a historic farm house, built in 1828 by a Scott named John Campell, one of the original pioneer settlers.

The Mangalitsas are busy clearing the woodlands, and Tanja in the meantime is spending more of her time promoting the pigs. She is also involved as one of the directors of the Mangalitsa Breeders Association of Canada, and actively engaged to make the greatest possible genetic diversity of blood lines available in Canada.


Here their Facebook: TheLilac Farm

Here their Website:    The Lilac Farm 

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Canadian Mangalitsa Farms


Understanding Sarah’s love for animals, it was Zoltan who introduced Sarah to the Mangalitsa pigs. They travelled to Hungary together in 2016 and 2018 so that Sarah could learn more about these curly-haired wonders.


In 2020, this family bought their first Mangalitsa, named Yennifer. And from there, they decided to share amazing facts about these magnificent animals – their history and the quality of meat they can provide us – with anyone who wanted to listen. The rest is history.


Today, and more than ever, they are passionate about preserving the diversity of the Mangalitsa in Canada while working with breeders from all over North America.

Canadian Mangalitsa Farms is a registered breeder with the Mangalitsa Breed Organization and Registry (MBOAR), which launched in 2021. 

Our Focus is Providing Quality Pork to Our Loyal Customers

However, in order to achieve this high level of quality, we don’t use antibiotics or hormones and provide only the highest quality feed to our free-range animals, which makes for lean and healthy meat.

For premium pasture-raised, antibiotic- and hormone-free pork, rely on the care and expertise of Canadian Mangalitsa Farms in Campbellford, Ontario.

Their Website: Canadian Mangalitsa Farms

Their Facebook Page: Canadian Mangalitsa Farms - Facebook

Their Instagram: Canadian Mangalitsa Farms

Contact: PHONE: 289-890-0438 | ADDRESS: 1717 COUNTY RD. 38, CAMPBELLFORD, ON K0L 1L0

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