Features on farmers and ranchers in the state.
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For generations, breadmaking has been part of Otten’s family
The Leak family owns and operates a 150-cow dairy in Cornish, Utah. They are passionate about providing quality milk products for Utah families.
Fowers Fruit Ranch in Genola, Utah County represents the life’s work of the Fowers family.
Spring on a farm is a time of hope and optimism as farmers plan and prepare for a new crop.
A small start-up company in Utah is developing a process for delivering nutrients to plants that has the potential for a monumental impact in how farmers grow food for a hungry planet.
Theron Jenson was born and raised on the family farm in Draper, Utah. He’s a third generation farmer. The Jenson family farm started back in 1947 and they continue to grow great quality sweet corn, potatoes, squash, pumpkins, egg plant, tomatoes, beets, carrots, melons, cucumbers, peppers, and onions.
he Roberts family has been farming in Layton, Utah for six generations. They grow fresh vegetables including, sweet corn, popcorn, potatoes, onions, garlic, summer and winter squash, pumpkins and cucumbers.
The Petersen Family Farm started with a dream Grandpa Petersen had to raise kids and crops. He bought the farm in the 30’s and worked for years at the Bingham Canyon Mine and farmed on the side until he could afford to quit and farm full time.