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Not only do we produce 700 acres of potatoes, but we do so with our own temperature controlled cold storage and warehousing. This allows us to maintain the highest quality of product.

Currently, 600 acres of potatoes are produced for processing. The remaining acres are produced for fresh markets which you can find branded in 10 lb. "Nutri-pak" bags or 50 lb. "Dorsey" bags.

Fun Facts

Potatoes were worth gold.
There was a time when potatoes were traded with gold directly. Back in the 1890's the Alsakan Klondlike gold rush potato had very high value due to its essential Vitamin C content.

You can live off potatoes.
Scientists have claimed it, you could live off potatoes. Just pair it with a fair servicing of milk or butter, and you are good to go with almost all the nutrients that a human body needs to survive.

The heaviest potato weighs 4.98kg (10lb 14oz) and was grown by Peter Glazebrook (UK). It was weighed at the National Gardening Show at the Royal Bath and West Showground in Shepton Mallet, Somerset, UK, on September 4th, 2011.


All of our onions are packaged in our warehouse and shipped to local markets.

We have 100 acres of land dedicated to producing red and yellow cooking onions for the fresh market. The onions are available in our "Willy Bee" or "Dorsey" brand labels, packaged in a variety of sizes ranging from 2 lb. to 50lb. bags.

Fun Facts

Even cavemen ate onions!
That is right, our prehistoric ancestors were eating onions long before farming was even invented. They were a staple of the prehistoric diet.

The onion in ancient Egypt was an object of worship. It was seen as a symbol of eternal life because of its many circular layers.

We have all had that stinky encounter.
Talking to someone with onion breath. We try to be polite, but it is torture! How do we get rid of onion breath? Common remedies include chewing fresh parsley, drink green tea, suck lemons, and eat apples.


Our location also provides great growing conditions for carrots. Mix in a dedicated team with a rich history of growing and you have some of the best local carrots around.

We have 100 acres of carrots produced for the processing plants and fresh markets; shipped to local packaging plants.

Fun Facts

The Worlds heaviest Carrot!
According to the Guinness Book of Records, the records now stands at 10.17kb (22lbs, 7 oz) grown by Chris Qualley from Minnesota, USA. Recorded September 2017. Now that is what you call a colossal carrot!

Carrots contain the richest source of beta-carotene.
This chemical is what gives fruits and vegetables a yellow-orange pigment that turns into vitamin A in our bodies. While it will not make you see in the dark, beta-carotene does help with eyesight, as well as boost the immune system and promotes healthy skin.