Our Story
I was born and raised on a farm. When I was about 10 years old, we just started selling items out of our house - sweet corn, watermelons, and tomatoes. And that’s all we did. It wasn’t a very big part of our income at all but we sold a little bit. Then as I grew older, I started growing some stuff on my own and taking it over to the farmers market. It eventually got to the point where I quit my job and started doing this full time. We now manage our own farm in the Missouri River Bottoms. My wife Shari, my three daughters, and I hand plant, pick, and pack everything we grow.

While we’re known for our sweet corn, watermelons and tomatoes, we also raise a variety of specialty melons, cantaloupe, a variety of peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, zucchini, winter and summer squash, gourds, pumpkins, popcorn, cucumbers, lettuce, spinach radishes and turnips. We love to experiment and try growing something new every season. Some of these items end up in front of children at local schools participating in our Farm to School program. Through this program, children have the opportunity to taste produce within 24 hours of it being picked.
Our Practices
We consider ourselves conventional farmers who sparingly use herbicides/pesticides to preserve our crops only when necessary. In other words, pesticides are used only when a crop is at risk from pest infestation.

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