This farm was originally part of the  “Hawk Farm” purchased by Joseph Hawk in 1819 for $3,420, a tidy sum in those days. We acquired the property in 2004 and meticulously restored and renovated the two stone buildings in 2005-2006. The month of acquisition housed a blue moon, hence the farm’s name.  


Today, one would describe our farm as a small family farm, situated on 17 acres providing just about everything a farm family could want: pastures, orchard, hay fields, woodlands, fresh water springs and outbuildings. We have worked hard since 2004 to restore the farm to its natural beauty and capability. It is a labor of love that we wish to share. 

You will find us in the summer at the Holland Township Farmers Market. This quaint market, located at the Holland Township Fire House on Rt. 519 (at Andersen Rd), is small and the vendors are REALLY local. 

The market is open beginning mid-June through September on Saturdays from 9am – 1pm. All of our products will be on sale as seasonally available. 

This spectacular replica of the original barn is the perfect venue for your event. The barn was restored by a wonderful Amish company and the workmanship and care they bestowed is evident immediately when you separate the huge barn doors. 

Fall 2014 at Blue Moon Farm

Wow, Weather from Heaven!

    This has been the nicest summer and early fall weather I can ever remember. We continue to enjoy the bounty of the harvest.    

    We have 10’ tall Jerusalem Artichokes growing for harvest in October. What a sight (picture). The edible part is a knotty tuber. That’s an awful lot of plant for the small tubers. Jerusalem artichokes have historically been used as a dietary supplement for people suffering from diabetes and other pancreatic complaints to reduce blood sugar levels and minimize the need for insulin. They are simple to cook (no peeling) and can even be eaten raw. The taste is a cross between a potato and an artichoke. Contact us if you are interested in trying some.

    This summer we also started our first honey bee hives. We have the help of a wonderful apiarist, Kyle Babai. She has taught us so much already and the little bees seem to be thriving at the farm. Bees are such a critical part of farming. We hope to establish the hives and maybe add more in the future.

So much to do, so little time…

Our Products:

  • Farm Fresh Eggs
  • Poultry (Chicken / Turkey / Guinea) Hard Neck Garlic
  • Purple Asparagus
  • Blue Moon Farm Soap
  • Shea Butter
  • Dexter Cattle
  • Assorted Seasonal Produce

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Heaven on Earth!

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