Spring is here, and soon it will be time to prepare Easter dinner! If you’re planning on cooking a ham, as many do, try out a glaze with ingredients from our store front. Now through March 29th, buy a ham in our storefront and pick out a bottle of BBQ sauce and a bottle of […]

A couple weeks ago I published a newsletter that covered just some of the reasons why a farmer might choose to plant GMO crops. After just two decades, many farmers around the world have adopted the use of GMO crops while consumers often look to avoid these changes to their family’s food supplies. In this […]

In response to the question “are GM(O) foods safe?”, the World Health Organization (WHO) responds “Different GM(O) organisms include different genes inserted in different ways. This means that individual GM(O) foods and their safety should be assessed on a case-by-case basis and that it is not possible to make general statements on the safety of […]

In 2013 I tagged along with my mother to attend the inaugural Indiana Small Farm Conference. My memory of the event is sparse. I recall getting my favorite travel mug ever at the event (which I’ve unfortunately since lost), and I recall great food and coffee (courtesy of the Juniper Spoon). Had I been more […]

We had our second farmer meeting of the year this morning! It’s always good to get farmers under single roof to exchange ideas and tips with one another. The emphasis of this meeting was grain options available to our farmers, and those which our customers are particularly interested in. We were lucky enough to have […]

Now through March 2nd, stop by our retail store and purchase $150 to get a leg of lamb free of charge! This will be our final lamb special for some time, as we have now shifted our attention from the sale of lamb in our freezers to the birth of new lambs on the farm. […]

We’d like to remind our producers that we’ll be having the second farmer meeting of the year next Thursday (February 22nd) at 10am here at This Old Farm’s office. This meeting will include a lot of industry information as it relates to livestock practices. A local grain distributor will be present to answer questions. This […]

It’s project time at This Old Farm! During the early months of the year livestock farmers turn their attention to preparing for springtime births, rather than bringing animals in for processing. Thus, we find ourselves with less time dedicated to processing and more time available to work on projects. Among the primary goals of This […]