Fresh Produce From Our Fields To Your Table

Family Owned And Operated Since 1992

Our Sweet Corn

cucumber seedlings

Our Story

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What Is A CSA?

CSA stand for Community Supported Agriculture. It’s like a partnership between you and your farmer. When you join a CSA, you buy a “farm share” for the season in return for a weekly delivery of fresh fruits and vegetables for a set price.

Greg and Kathy, Owners

We began growing high quality produce in 1992. In 1997, we moved to land previously owned by Greg’s grandfather near York, NE. It is here on some of the most productive land in the state that we grow a wide variety of produce to supply roadside stands, farmers markets, local grocery stores, schools, and restaurants.

sweet corn bins covered in ice

From seed selection to sale, sweet corn is treated like royalty. We grow sugar enhanced and synergistic varieties for a sweetness you can taste in the field! By growing shorter, early varieties under bio-degradable plastic, you can serve up sweetcorn nearly two full weeks earlier than conventionally grown sweet corn.

The ears are rapidly cooled after harvest to slow the natural conversion of sugars to starches and when it’s time for sale, we cover it in 60-75 pounds of ice. All to maintain the highest quality for you!