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    Walton's Feed, Inc.

    135 North 10th Street, Montpelier, ID 83254

    The historic buildings of the wheat plant which make this site an interesting stop are a grain elevator and a mill, built in 1952. Soon after they were built, Art Walton bought the plant and founded Walton’s Feed. Farmers bring their wheat and barley crop to Walton’s, who buy it and produce rolled grain for feed products. Barley is rolled […]

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    Rockhill Creamery

    563 South State Street, Richmond, UT 84333

    At Rockhill Creamery artisan cheeses are made with raw milk from the farm’s Brown Swiss cows, using traditional artisan techniques. Located in Richmond, 12 miles north of Logan, the farmstead is listed on the National Historic Register, and was honored at the 2007 Utah Heritage Foundation Awards for best adaptive use of an historic site. The farmstead is […]

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    Mt. Naomi Farms

    1285 E. 4500 N. Hyde Park, UT 84318

    Mt. Naomi Farms in Hyde Park is established on land that belonged to the Meikle family as far back as 65 years ago. Historically a dairy, the farm is now diversified into the dairy, hay, wheat and fresh fruits. Strawberries, blackberries, grapes are currently growing and available from May – October, depending on when they […]

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    Maddox Ranch House

    1900 South Highway 89, Perry, UT 84302

    Since 1949, the Maddox family has been serving delicious home cooked meals. Famous for their home-grown beef, Maddox also serves bison (less fat than regular beef-give it a try!), chicken, and fresh seafood. Now in their third generation, everything on the menu is made from scratch, including breads, rolls, ice cream and sodas. You can […]

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    Lau Family Farms

    675 East US Highway 30, Soda Springs, ID 83276

    Lau Family Farms have been direct marketing grass-fed beef and lamb since July of 2004. John Lau is the fifth generation to live here, and his ancestors were one of four families sent by the Mormon Church to settle Soda Springs. The farm was established in 1882, and has received the Idaho Century farm designation. The Laus say “We love […]

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    Holmgren Historical Farm

    460 N 3rd E, Tremonton, UT 84337

    This working family farm was homesteaded in 1896 under the Homestead Act. The farmstead is on the National Register of Historic Places due to its unusual dairy barn that retains hay storage and dairy operations under one roof. Most dairy operations in the state either had separate buildings for each use or had constructed a […]

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    Gossner Foods

    1051 North 1000 West, Logan, UT 84321

    This family-owned company was founded in 1966 by Edwin Gossner, a cheesemaker from Switzerland who came to Cache Valley to start a cheese business because he felt the conditions here were ideal, similar to those in Switzerland. The company specializes in several varieties of cheese, plus shelf-stable milk-a form of milk that does not require […]

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    Early Farms

    1749 Southwest Round Valley Drive, Laketown, UT 84038

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    Dragongoose Farm and Apple Cider

    1700 South 800 East, Lewiston, UT 84320

    Dragongoose Farm is an interesting site, featuring an historic home and granary built in 1875. Settler Niels Bergeson planted a box elder tree around 1874 that is listed as a Utah Champion Box Elder. Part of the historic home was used as the Bergeson Maternity Home from 1939-1949. When you visit this site, be sure to take […]

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    Appenzell Farm

    1146 East 4400 North, Hyde Park, UT 84318

    Appenzell farm reflects the agricultural heritage of our land as well as the values of sustainability. Animals that are raised on Appenzell Farm are always free-range, pastured, and allowed to exhibit their natural characteristics. The work and the farm reflect a long family tradition of farming, ranching, and agricultural and community sustainability. Through research, study […]

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    Anderson's Seed and Garden

    69 West Center Street, Logan, UT 84321

    Anderson’s Seed and Garden reflects local heritage not only because of the historic building in which it operates, but because of the agricultural community it has historically served. The building was constructed in the late 1880s and was originally Sydney Steven’s Implement Company. In 1942, Anderson’s Seed and Garden was started by Nottie Anderson, and […]

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    Aggie Ice Cream

    750 N. 1200 E. Logan, Utah 84322

    Utah State University, the state’s agricultural college, has played an important role in pioneering the production of dairy products since 1888, when the first creamery was located in the Old Main building. Throughout the years, their locally famous ice cream confection has been available on campus in an assortment of flavors. The current location, established in 1975, continues to offer the traditional dairy treat, as well as Aggie made cheeses.