Visit our website’s “Farm Store” for a frequently updated list of what we currently have available for sale at the farm and online! Our farm products change with the seasons, so check back often for new additions. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions, comments, or requests. Thank […]
Our farmstand is now open and will be open seasonally. It is open on most days from morning to sunset, weather permitting. Feel free to contact us to make sure we’re open before you drive out. Check back often as new items change seasonally. We have a lot of ideas!
Built in 1859, the farmhouse is a constant work in progress. An old house always needs something, but with one project after another, this old farmhouse has come a long way…
We refer to our farm as a heritage farm because of the history of the farm and because we prefer to raise heritage livestock. Jacobs Heritage Farm was built in 1859 and has been in the Jacobs family for four generations. We are always mindful of the history of the generations […]
You can’t dig a hole anywhere on the farm without uncovering something exciting! While digging a fence post hole we found an archaeological jackpot behind the house: a treasure trove of 1920s glass bottles, many of them intact. Most of the bottles are from the Akron Pure Milk company and […]
“Beauty is truth, truth beauty. That is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.” – J.Keats
“Over a long time, the coming and passing of several generations, the old farm had settled into its patterns and cycles of work – its annual plowing moving from field to field; its animals arriving by birth or purchase, feeding and growing, thriving and departing. Its patterns and cycles were […]
The Jacobs Barn, est. 1859 The character and charm of an antique barn: beech wood and pine and rusty nails, hand hewn beams and the warmth from animals nestled in straw…
Jacobs Heritage Farm is a fourth generation farm located in Copley, Ohio. The home and barn were built in 1859 and the farm has been owned by the same family since 1919.
The house and barn on the farm were built in 1859, and the Jacobs Farm has been in the Jacobs family since 1919. The Jacobs family immigrated from Hungary and they were pepper farmers, growing produce in Ohio just like they had in the Old Country. The first Jacobs generation was […]