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Worth the Wait Farm


Christian and Laura Landis

Lancaster County / Pennsylvania

Christian and Laura live in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and operate two houses. They also grow corn, soybeans and alfalfa. The crops are primarily used to feed their herd of about 100 dairy cows. The farm was established in 2010 by Christian, who is the sixth generation to take over these hallowed grounds. And hallowed they are! In the early 1700s, their family acquired the grounds from William Penn, who directed the planning and development of Philadelphia. Centuries later, in 2010, Christian began dairy farming, then added poultry in 2016.

number of poultry houses

2

types of farming

Chicken,Crops


became a perdue family farmer

2016

total acres

150


Christian and Laura live in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and operate two houses. They also grow corn, soybeans and alfalfa. The crops are primarily used to feed their herd of about 100 dairy cows. The farm was established in 2010 by Christian, who is the sixth generation to take over these hallowed grounds. And hallowed they are! In the early 1700s, their family acquired the grounds from William Penn, who directed the planning and development of Philadelphia. Centuries later, in 2010, Christian began dairy farming, then added poultry in 2016.

length of time farming

Sixth-generation farmer. Farm has been in family since the early 1700s, when the family acquired the land from William Penn.

fondest farming memory

When Jim Perdue visited their farm

earth-friendly farm features

Stormwater and nutrient management practices