Old Loon Farm is a small, family-run farm in Northeastern Indiana. We take our name from our location: Thirty-two acres of fields and woodland located between Old Lake and Loon Lake in northern Whitley County. The farm includes dairy goats, chickens and an apiary, as well as vegetable gardens and products from nearly 20 acres of certified wildlife habitat.
Our hens and poultry are free range, raised without antibiotics or growth hormones. Our chickens provide fresh eggs year-round. Our goats kid in the spring, giving us cheese in the summer.
Our mission is to produce wholesome food in a sustainable and environmentally responsible manner and to improve the land for future generations.
Old Loon Farm is located at 7551 N. Brown Road, 10 miles northwest of Columbia City, Indiana. Our farm store and office is open most days, from April through mid-Nov. We are closed for holidays.
Please contact us for tours, special orders or product availability at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sharing our farm products with those who can’t or don’t wish to grow their own is very rewarding for us. We invite you to share in our harvest this year. We especially like to have children visit the farm and discover the animals and the fields where our fresh food is produced!
On the farm, we extend the growing season though the use of cold frames, allowing us to harvest from April through November. We specialize in varieties of lettuce and fresh greens. See our listing on LocalHarvest.org.
Old Loon Farm products include CSA shares, fresh vegetables, herbs, flowers, berries and fruits in season, jams and honey, as well as baked goods, including our own granola, breads, and specialty items baked to order. We create unique, hand-woven grapevine wreaths each spring from the woodlands.