Welcome to the farm!

IMG_2962Hoffman Certified Organics is a local USDA Certified Organic farm located in Huntertown, Indiana. We are the only USDA certified organic farm in Indiana specializing in pasture-raised certified organic poultry. Hoffman Certified Organics is a family company run by brothers Ben and Don Hoffman. With the growing demand for pure organic meat products in the US, the Hoffman brothers devised a much needed plan to provide our region with local 100% USDA Certified Organic chickens. With the delivery of 400 baby chicks in early April of 2015, Hoffman Certified Organics was born.

Buff OrphingtonOur chicks spend the first 3-4 weeks of their lives in our brooding barn on organic bedding and organic starter feed. Once grown, they rotationally graze in our fields of organic clover and organic alfalfa for maximum protein intake. Our farm sits on 60 beautiful no-till acres in rural Allen County providing our chickens lots of room to forage and thrive. Our chickens live on clean, fresh grass, eating only organically raised grains, pasture grasses and cover crops. We love our chickens and treat them like part of our family. Our resident chicken grandma, Dotsie, even sings to them! 

IMG_8015We strive to produce the highest quality organic products available on the market. We proudly go the extra mile to ensure that our USDA Organic Certification is earned and trusted. We understand that our business wouldn’t be possible without our customers which is why we strive to provide the best customer service in Indiana! We encourage you to visit our Facebook page and tell us how we’re doing!

To learn more about our chickens, please click here.

For sales and pricing, please click here.

6 comments

  1. Saw the feature story about your operations in the Jan 8 Journal-Gazette. You folks are to be commended for making the chicken’s brief stay on this planet a humane one. Wish more people shared your outlook.

    I was particularly amused by the observation that the birds respond favorably to your talking to them. I have similar experience with geese. of course it’s not what you say to them that matters so much as it is the tone of voice you speak to them with. But once they are used to you it’s obvious they do find comfort with it.

    Keep up the good work!!

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  2. Thanks for the kind words, Rick! We are glad to know our extra efforts are being recognized by our local community. The support for what we’re doing has been incredible. Thanks again and tell your geese we say, “hello!”

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