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The Lasley family has grown peanuts in Oklahoma for more than 80 years, building a lasting legacy and evolving to make a variety of value-added products.
When West M. Manwell and his wife put down roots on some Oklahoma farmland in 1905, they began a farming legacy that would continue five generations later.
We've rounded up the most interesting spots across the nation for an agritourism getaway.
Farm families in Oregon cultivate about 99% of the U.S. hazelnut crop, and one major player in the industry is Laurel Foods, a partnership of three families based in the lush Willamette Valley.
Fields of stunning purple lavender have popped up all over Baraboo, Wisconsin, as multiple lavender farms are offering a new agritourism experience.
Connecticut women in agriculture lead their family farms into the future. Read about three family-owned farms in the state and the women who run them.
The oldest ranch in Oklahoma under continuous family ownership sticks to their roots.
New farmers find their path to successfully do what they love.