Meet some of the hard-working Michigan farmers who grow some of the best potatoes in the world for you and your family.
Meet Your Michigan Potato Farmers
Click on a map point to see details about one of Michigan’s potato farms. Or, scroll down to see a list of farms in alphabetical order.
4-L Farms, Inc.
4L Family Farms has been growing potatoes in southwest Michigan for over 65 years. The farm began as a dairy farm in 1943 and started growing potatoes...Learn More
Danish immigrants, Olaf Andersen and his new wife Leonora, moved into a log shack on uncleared land that consisted of forty acres in North Home Townsh...Learn More
Black Gold Farms
Black Gold Farms is a fourth generation farm located in Sturgis, Michigan. The name Black Gold was adopted in 1965 when the family entered the registe...Learn More
Cedar Valley Packing, Inc.
Cedar Valley is a family run business that believes in the attention to detail and the importance of food safety. As family members, with over four ge...Learn More
County Line Potato Farms LLC
County Line Farms is a fourth generation family farm located on the edge of Allegan and Barry counties in Martin, MI. The Leep family has been farming...Learn More
Eisenga Potato Farms
Esienga Farms is a second generation farm located in Marion, Michigan growing 300 acres of red, white, and russet potatoes for the fresh market. Darwi...Learn More
Elmaple farm in Kalkaska Michigan is a 4th generation family farm specializing in fresh stock potatoes including russet and white potatoes. Bruce Cott...Learn More
Fresh Solutions Farms
White Pigeon, MI
Fresh Solution Farms, LLC is a state-of-the-art potato growing storage, packing, and shipping facility in White Pigeon, MI that was built in 2008 to a...Learn More
Hanson Seed Farm LLC
Hanson Potato Farm was founded in 1926 in the heart of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula then re-branded as Hanson Seed Farm in 2008. The farm consists of Di...Learn More
The Horkey family has been growing potatoes in Michigan for five generations. Brothers George and Carl Horkey formed a partnership in 1971, combining ...Learn More
Iott Seed Farms, Inc.
Iott Seed Farms has family farming roots that go back more than 100 years. The family first started farming in Monroe County, located in southeast Mic...Learn More
Jenkins Potato Farm
Jenkins potato farm takes great pride in their work and it shows. Over the years the family has grown their farm into a potato powerhouse! Located on ...Learn More
Johnson Brothers farm is located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula in Sagola, Michigan with land farmed in both Iron and Dickinson Counties. The farm was ...Learn More
Kitchen Farms a fourth generation potato farm located in Elmira, MI operated by Don Kitchen and family. The farm grows over 1200 acres of potatoes eac...Learn More
Krueger Seed Farm
The Kreuger family farm was originally established in the early 1900's by Gerald and Rodney Krueger's great-grandfather Louis. Today the brothers grow...Learn More
Lennard Ag Company
Lennard Ag was established by Wayne J. Lennard in 1947, on five acres of land in southern Michigan. Over the years, the company grew exponentially, sp...Learn More
In 1904 Edward Sackett left his Nebraska farm to purchase a 160-acre farm in Michigan. In 1905 he planted his first crop which consisted of 20 acres o...Learn More
Howard City, Michigan
The Young family, owners of Sandyland Farms in Howard City are proud of their long history of farming in Michigan’s fertile soils. It all began with 8...Learn More
Sklarczyk Seed Farm
Sklarczyk Seed Farm began in 1942 when Michael and Theresa Sklarczyk purchased a farm in Johannesburg, Michigan. What was first a small lab in the bas...Learn More
Three Rivers, Michigan
Walther Farms is a 3rd generation family owned business headquartered in Three Rivers, Michigan. Beginning in the 1940’s, our company expanded from a ...Learn More
Did you know... 70% of the potatoes grown in Michigan are used to produce potato chips?
Michigan potatoes are grown in over 40 counties in the state
Did You Know?
1 in every 4 bags of potato chips in the US are made from Michigan Potatoes?