MullersLaneFarm

Muller's Lane Farm

Illinois, United States · 4 Sales

MullersLaneFarm

Muller's Lane Farm

Illinois, United States 4 Sales On Etsy since 2006

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Announcement   Step back in time to a homestead.

The sounds of poultry scratching in the back yard, the moo-ooo of the milk cow and whinneys of the draft horses greet you as you amble up the lane.

The pounding clang of the blacksmith's hammer on the anvil,the soft whirl of the spinning wheel & the clackety-clack of the loom.

Your nose is lifted by the fresh scents of fragrant milk soaps.

Welcome to Muller's Lane Farm where we preserve the past!

All items offered by Muller's Lane Farm are hand made just as they were in years gone past.

Announcement

Step back in time to a homestead.

The sounds of poultry scratching in the back yard, the moo-ooo of the milk cow and whinneys of the draft horses greet you as you amble up the lane.

The pounding clang of the blacksmith's hammer on the anvil,the soft whirl of the spinning wheel & the clackety-clack of the loom.

Your nose is lifted by the fresh scents of fragrant milk soaps.

Welcome to Muller's Lane Farm where we preserve the past!

All items offered by Muller's Lane Farm are hand made just as they were in years gone past.

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Anonymous on Mar 30, 2009

5 out of 5 stars

Love this seller!

Anonymous on Dec 8, 2006

5 out of 5 stars

Your Lily of the Wood soap smells heavenly! Thank you so much for a wonderful product.

Anonymous on Dec 8, 2006

5 out of 5 stars

Love this hand forged cheese cutter. Beautiful design. Excellent craftmanship.

Shop policies

Last updated on December 31, 2015
Welcome to our Homestead.

We (Paul & Cyndi Muller) are living our dreams on our eleven acre homestead where we thrive to keep the past alive.

There is much to be learned from the past, including lifestyles and hobbies. This is what we strive to do.

Our homestead provides us with most of our essential needs; all of our meats, milk, eggs and honey, and a majority of our fruits and vegetables.

We use draft horses to work our farm and Paul is the residential blacksmith and leatherworker, as well as the lead teamster.

Cyndi takes care of the historical "woman's work"; spinning, knitting, crocheting and weaving as well as soap making.

We offer our products with pride for your enjoyment.

From our humble hands and hearts to you.

Accepted payment methods

  • Money Order
Payment
We accept PayPal (including debit and credit), money order or well concealed cash.

We do expect payment before your item(s) are shipped.
Shipping
Shipment will occur within 1-2 business days once payment is received unless this is a custom made item..

Shipping is via USPS with tracking information provided.

We are not responsible for lost items.

All items, unless noted, are free shipping.
Refunds and Exchanges
I don't know how to answer this .... since 1986 we've never had anyone ask to return a product ......
Additional policies and FAQs
We do accept custom orders for Blacksmithing and Leatherwork.

Wholesale is available, but we will not consider consignment work.