All of the local, small batch artisan products we offer are made from products grown here on the farm &/or created by trusted customers & friends. Enjoy.
Our raw honey is sourced locally, from our friends Jennifer & Terry whose hives are in the Ashtabula county area. The early honey is made up of locust, tulip poplars, apples/crabapples/wild plum & cherry, other flowering trees & early wildflowers. Mid summer honey is more wild blackberries, brambles & clover. The later honey tends to be goldenrod & asters, even some purple loosestrife.
The honey is sold in glass jars
10oz - $9
22oz - $16
3lbs - $30
Our talented & creative friend Lisa makes our farm soaps for us, these soaps are hand crafted with ingredients you can recognize & pronounce. She uses tallow & leaf lard from our animals, as well as other responsibly sourced ingredients. Vegetables, herbs & spices are used for coloring. Pure essential oils for fragrance.
Future batches will include more ingredients from our farm including flowers, herbs & vegetables.
Walk in the Woods
Goats Milk, Oats & Honey
Green Tea and Aloe
Nourishing Coconut Milk
3oz bar - $7
Single ingredient dehydrated treats made from the animals here on the farm. Options include 100% grass fed & finished beef & lamb organ meats, pastured pork & chicken organ meats & dehydrated chicken feet.
Price - $10 for 5oz dehydrated organ meats
$10 for 10 dehydrated chicken feet
We buy our maple syrup from an Amish family that we have known for a long time. They have a 100 year old sugar house on their farm here in Geauga County.
This maple syrup is made the old fashioned, slow way & no chemicals are added to speed up the boiling off the sap.
1 pint - $11
1 quart - $20
1/2 Gallon - $35
Our flowers are grown using organic methods here on the farm.
Available in season June through October.
Pick up a bouquet or design your own from the flowers in the buckets in the farm store.
15 mixed stems - $12
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We will offer a limited number of broad breasted white and bronze turkeys along with a few heritage Spanish Black this year. They are pasture raised and supplemented with local non GMO grains.