• Liz Szabo Vos

Hungarian Living Episode 011 A Visit with Jennifer of Jacob Heritage Farms

Updated: Jan 20

I had a lovely visit with Jennifer of Jacob Heritage Farms in Copley, OH. Jennifer is the 4th generation in her family to work the land and we had a great time discussing her Hungarian heritage and all the ways she connects with it on the farm.


Here is the link to the Bull's Blood Jelly she makes: https://magyarmarketing.com/product/bulls-blood-jelly/


You can reach Jennifer here:


Jacobs Heritage Farm

2196 Jacoby Road

Copley, OH 44321

www.JacobsHeritageFarm.com

Info@JacobsHeritageFarm.com

Facebook.com/JacobsHeritageFarm

Instagram: @JacobsHeritageFarm


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