See What’s IN STORE for you!
At Old Loon Farm, we prepare many specialty items in our lovely farm kitchen that are both delicious and good for you! Purchase on-farm or at the Whitley County Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings, Mid-May through Mid-October.
Our unique original recipe Whole Grain & Fruit granola is baked with the goodness of oats, barley, almonds, and dried fruits, ground flax seed, and slightly sweetened with honey and natural (no sugar) apple syrup, vanilla and cinnamon. It’s a taste treat, and so good for you! Start your day right! Try it for breakfast with milk or yogurt, or nibble on it as a snack.
Or try our Nuts About Granola variety, an extra crunchy treat brimming with almonds, walnuts, pepitas, sunflower nuts, coconut and oats, sweetened with our own local maple syrup and honey, with just a touch of cinnamon.
Our robust and crusty breads are sell-outs at the farmers market. Get there early for the best selection, or order ahead for pick up at our farm store or the farmers market.
Filone Widely popular, this long loaf of crusty Italian bread is just the right partner for your spaghetti, soup or salad; slice it thin for your favorite bruschetta, slice it thick for a scrumptious french toast breakfast.
Whole Wheat Braid Hearty whole wheat, spelt, rye, oats, yogurt and our own local honey add a nutritional boost to this braided loaf. A Loomis family favorite for many years, this hearty loaf is excellent for sandwiches, toast, or alongside your favorite salad.
9-Grain bread A full-bodied loaf full of goodness from chem-free whole grains! Do your diet a favor: lower saturated fats and cholesterol, and increase protein, fiber and complex carbohydrates.
Seeded Honey Oat Bread Another whole-grain loaf that’s so good and so good for you! Made with steel cut oats, our own local honey, and whole grain spelt, capped with sunflower or pumpkin seeds, this is another favorite for toasting and sandwiches.
Pumpernickel Rye A dark, robust loaf, sweetened with local molasses and sorghum syrup, and seeded with caraway and sesame! Delicious!
Sandwich Rolls These buns are the best! No wimpy soft buns here. These hearty rolls will stand up to any sandwich fillings you can pile on.
Cardamom Braid A beautiful braided light bread, sweetened and flavored with cardamom and lemon, and topped with crystallized sugar.
Multi-Grain Scones Our delicious and nutritious breakfast cookie or anytime snack, these yummy treats are lower-fat and higher-energy, full of whole grains and natural dried fruits. Definitely not a dried out, run-of-the-mill coffee shop scone!
Beat the Indiana Winter Fruitcake
Simply the best fruitcake ever! Chock full of pecans, dates, and dried fruits, this slightly sweet cake is a holiday and long winter favorite – home made, just for you! Available October – January only.
Jams, Jellies & Preserves
Hot Pepper Jam One of our signature offerings, our hot pepper jam is delicious as a garnish, a base for BBQ, or as we like it best – a topping for cream cheese to be served with crackers for a stunning appetizer. We use red-ripe hot and sweet peppers to create this jam each fall during the height of the season.
Fruit Jams We gather fresh fruits in season and preserve them by turning them into luscious jams. Strawberries, rhubarb, blueberries, cherries, peaches, raspberries, pears and more! Single fruit as well as tasty combinations make our jams something special!
Horseradish Cold and hot at the same time! It’s a tasty addition to drinks, dinners and sandwiches! We grow our own roots here at the farm and prepare fresh horseradish from September through April. We “keep it cold to keep it hot!”
Old Loon Farm Honey
Now in our 7th year of beekeeping, we have a limited supply of some of the best natural honey around, made by the bees that help to pollinate our chemical-free vegetables, fruit trees, woodlands and flowers.
Chuck’s Chicks Farm Fresh Eggs
One of our daughters accused us of filling our yard with chickens once we were empty nesters! And it’s true, they’re Chuck’s Chicks! Our laying hens are antibiotic-free and free range, laying the way nature intended. Fresh eggs are generally available year-round.