MICHIGAN GREAT.MEET OUR FARMERS.
Supporting local farmers in your community is easy when you live in Michigan. We all benefit from the bounty of locally grown foods, fresh from our state’s family farmers
Stephanie Kipp, A Potato Farmer From Central Michigan
We depend on this land, so it’s our top priority that we treat the land right. We’ve been farming this land for a hundred years, and our goal is to be farming for another hundred years.
Travis Buus and Jeff Smith, Turkey Farmers From West Michigan
A good environment for the bird makes a quality, nutritious food for everyone, and that’s something we take pride in.
Lynette Carpenter, A Chicken Farmer From Southern Michigan
It’s very important to us to have a quality bird. If I personally wouldn’t want to feed it to my family, I wouldn’t want anyone else to feed it to theirs.
Adam Dickerson and Rob Knecht, Egg Farmers From West Michigan
No matter what kind of egg you buy, the easiest way to support Michigan egg producers is to eat more eggs. We treat all of our animals with respect to give our product integrity.
Ashley Messing-Kennedy, A Dairy Farmer From the Thumb
Even though I’m a Michigan farmer I’m also a consumer, too. So everything we produce on our farm has to be safe for my family and your family. We take it very seriously making sure that we produce a safe, wholesome, healthy product every day.
Rita Herford, A Corn, Wheat, Sugarbeet & Dry Bean Farmer From Minden City
We’re going to do things right and do things environmentally friendly to hope that the next generation continues farming. Our philosophy on the farm is always to do things better before we doing things
Paul Pridgeon, A Pig Farmer From Southern Michigan
As we make decisions here at Pridgeon Farms, one of our main commitments is that in every decision that we make we want to make sure it is for the best health of the animal. Whether it is how we feed an animal to how we care for an animal, how we make sure that animal doesn’t get sick and continues to be healthy. We firmly believe that a health animal leads to a healthy food supply.
Carly Parsley & Kristin Kubiszak, Blueberry Farmers From Paw Paw
I think we grow the biggest and the sweetest blueberries here in Michigan, so I think if you’re in the store and you have an option to pick a Michigan-grown blueberry versus another, I think you won’t be disappointed if you pick that Michigan choice.
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