“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…
Italian honey bees are very calm and gentle, and they are excellent honey producers. They make nice white honey combs and produce good amounts of delicious pure honey, especially during the honey flow (in late Spring and early Summer when the most flowers and fruit tress are in bloom). Honey bees are […]
The Jacob sheep is a rare breed of small, piebald (colored with white spots), multi-horned sheep. Jacobs may have from two to six horns, but most commonly have four. The most common color is black and white. Generally referred to as an heirloom breed, the Jacob is descended from an […]
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 […]