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Hoover Farm


Norman Hoover

Lancaster County / Pennsylvania

Norman was raised on a farm, and after working in construction for 16 years, decided it was time to go back to his roots and be a stay-at-home father. In 2013, Norman purchased his plot, which covers 67 acres and has woods, pastures, ponds and buildings. Since then, he’s had his share of successes, including being named top grower of the week. Norman lives in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and operates six houses.

number of poultry houses

6

types of farming

Beef,Chicken,Crops


became a perdue family farmer

2013

total acres

67


Norman was raised on a farm, and after working in construction for 16 years, decided it was time to go back to his roots and be a stay-at-home father. In 2013, Norman purchased his plot, which covers 67 acres and has woods, pastures, ponds and buildings. Since then, he’s had his share of successes, including being named top grower of the week. Norman lives in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and operates six houses.

length of time farming

Farm has been in family since 2013

fondest farming memory

Being informed that he was top grower of the week

earth-friendly farm features

175 Kw solar system, vegetative buffers, concrete loading pads and walls