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2nd Generation Family Farm

Heritage Farm holds a legacy that dates back to 1956 when Beth's parents, Bob and Nelda Lovelace, acquired the land. Bob's passion for Herford Cattle shaped the landscape, and the very pastures that now host alpacas were once graced by his beloved cattle. The Federal style brick farmhouse, a testament to the farm's rich history, was constructed in the late 1800s and has stood witness to the passage of time.

Over the years, the farmhouse has undergone renovations, yet the solid walnut woodwork has been preserved, maintaining the timeless character of the old house. Each corner echoes with the stories of the past, a living testament to the Lovelace family's connection to the land.


A glimpse into the farm's history is captured in a poignant photograph from 1910 when the Rodkey family owned the land. This evocative image serves as a window to the bygone era, showcasing the enduring spirit and heritage woven into the fabric of Heritage Farm.

As stewards of this historic land, Tim & Beth honor the legacy established by Bob and Nelda Lovelace. Heritage Farm is not just a place; it's a living tapestry of memories, passion, and the enduring beauty of a family's commitment to the land they call home.

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In 1998, Tim & Beth embarked on a journey of stewardship, taking over the farm and christening it Heritage Farm as a tribute to their deep agricultural roots. With a vision to maintain the property as a working farm, they sought out non-traditional livestock, leading them to the enchanting world of alpacas. Since acquiring their first small herd in 2003, Tim & Beth have dedicated themselves to the care and raising of these remarkable creatures.

Beyond establishing a successful livestock business, their focus over the years has extended to preserving the farm's historic charm. Heritage Farm is a testament to their commitment to maintaining the authenticity of the land, offering guests an immersive experience amidst the picturesque rural Indiana landscape. From cornfields and meadows to forests and wetlands, the farm invites visitors to explore and appreciate the beauty of the surroundings.

As stewards of Heritage Farm, Tim & Beth extend a warm invitation for you to be a part of this legacy. Whether you choose a 90-minute tour, an overnight stay, booking an event, or participating in one of the regularly scheduled events, your visit is destined to be memorable. Embrace the tranquility, history, and charm that define Heritage Farm, and let Tim & Beth ensure that your experience is nothing short of exceptional.





Our Mission

At Heritage Farm, we are guided by a mission rooted in cherishing the rich heritage of our past while nurturing future generations. We strive to provide an environment where our guests can immerse themselves in the joy of rural living, fostering an appreciation for farming and the beauty of nature.

Our Philosophy

We aim for your stay at Heritage Farm to be nothing short of wonderful. Consider our farm as your home away from home, where your comfort, relaxation, and happiness are our top priorities for the duration of your visit.

Our Faith

Our Christian faith holds profound importance for us, and we view the blessing of Heritage Farm as a divine calling to share with others. By exceeding your needs and expectations, we seek to reflect God's love and invite you to embrace the splendors of His creation – from breathtaking sunsets and charming farm animals to the natural landscape that graces our farm.

Grounded in the teachings of the Bible, specifically 1 Peter 4:9-10, which encourages us to cheerfully share our home with those in need, we are dedicated to utilizing our spiritual gifts to serve you well during your visit.


In alignment with Proverbs 11:25, we are committed to providing an atmosphere where you can truly find refreshment during your stay. Your time at Heritage Farm is not just a visit – it's an opportunity to experience the warmth, care, and joy that emanate from our faith and commitment to hospitality.

1 Peter 4:9-10 "Cheerfully share your home with those who need a place to stay. God has given each of us a gift from his great variety of spiritual gifts. Use them well to serve one another." 


We are proud to support the alpaca industry by being active members of the following organizations.  Both Tim and Beth have served as officers in the Suri Network and Indiana Alpaca Association. Beth has served on several AOA committees and is a recipient of the Shinning Star award for exceptional volunteerism. 


Alpaca Owners Association


Vision is for a recognized and sustainable North American alpaca industry for alpaca owners, alpaca breeders, and those who design, produce, and sell alpaca related products and services.


Suri Network

Suri Breed Association

Dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the Suri Alpaca.


Indiana Alpaca Association


Serving Indiana alpaca owners and enthusiasts as an AOA affiliate.


Midwest Alpaca Owners and Breeders Association


Serving Midwest Alpaca owners


Indiana Barn Foundation


The vision of the Indiana Barn Foundation is to raise the awareness of threatened Indiana barns, to increase public and private support of preservation. To encourage the stewardship of historic barns, and to attain significant financial resources to achieve these goals.


Farm Stay USA Association

Meet Accreditation Standards

Heritage Farm is a proud member of the Farm Stay Association.  We adhere to the standards as set forth by the association

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