The Broken Animal Inn

The Broken Animal Inn is dedicated to raising and providing healthy, happy heritage breed chickens free of antibiotics and hormones, all-natural eggs from these free-range chickens, rabbits, naturally grown produce and seeds for planting. The Broken Animal Inn fosters the use of nature and nurture in the successful husbandry of healthy animals that are not chemically, hormonally or genetically altered. We do not use herbicides, pesticides or chemical fertilizers anywhere on the farm or in the garden.

The Broken Animal Inn offers opportunities to visit our farm and meet our flock. Our community involvement extends into partnering with local citizens and not-for-profit organizations in order to drive Community Gardening projects and Backyard Flock initiatives. We are also available for public speaking and school presentations regarding breed preservation, small acreage farming and the benefits of natural agriculture.

The Broken Animal Inn is a study in stewardship as we work toward the preservation & propagation of heritage breed chickens, the restoration & utilization of old barns, and the rescue & rehabilitation of various breeds of barn-yard animals.

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Member American Livestock Breeds Conservancy

Indiana State Egg Board Certified Seller

Member United States Equine Rescue League

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Listing last updated on Jul 12, 2007

We offer:

All-natural eggs in seven shell colors from our heritage breed free-range chickens

Heritage breed chicks & hatching eggs

Roosters & laying hens available year 'round

All-natural seeds, bedding plants and veggies in season

All-natural walnut stain made from our hand harvested black walnuts

Wholesome, handcrafted doggie treats and horse biscuits



Schedule and Location:

We sell eggs, chickens and rabbits directly from the farm. Please call to arrange a visit to The Broken Animal Inn to select eggs, heritage breed chickens or the rabbit(s) of your choice. Vegetables, seeds and walnuts in season.

Many products are also available through our Local Harvest online catalogue.



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