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Welcome to the Young’s Farm homepage. Established in 1946, Elmer Young raised his family and a variety of produce and livestock on his 300-acre farm in Dewey, Arizona. For 60 years the Young’s farmed a wide range of crops including pinto beans, field corn hay, onions, squash, cucumbers, and green beans. Also, they tried their hand at raising rabbits, hogs, beef cattle, laying hens and dairy heifers; but in the early 1970’s the Young’s introduced their sweet corn to the public and quickly became a destination point in the state of Arizona. Soon to follow the golden kernelled corn was a rare, farm raised, "all natural" selection of fresh chickens and turkeys sold through the quaint country store located on the farm. Enveloping the idea of visitors to the family’s small but productive farm in central Arizona, the Young’s embarked onto a new phase of agriculture through pumpkins and festivals in the mid 1980’s.

Over the last 30 years, Young’s Farm has become famous for sweet corn, pumpkins, chickens, turkeys and incorporating a hands-on, interactive approach to family fun on their farm. Through hayrides, festivals, picking pumpkins, fresh squeezed apple cider, just picked produce, a country store, farm restaurant, nursery and gift shop, bakery and a petting zoo (whew!) the Young family enjoyed sharing their farm with customers and friends and all kinds of families in Arizona.

2006 marked the final year of operation for Young’s Farm. Hosting its 21st annual Pumpkin Festival, its 27th year of fresh poultry and retail marketing and its 60th year of productive farming, the Young’s ended operations in Dewey, Arizona and moved to a cattle ranch in Central Oregon. You are invited to learn more about the Blue Mountain Ranch in Paulina Oregon by visiting our new website www.bluemtnranch.com

With tremendous gratitude, sincere honor and deep appreciation to all of the customers, friends, families and loved ones who helped make Young’s Farm so successful, the Young family says "Thank You" and "God Bless".

If you would like to learn more about why Young’ Farm was sold, click on the Farm Status link on your right.



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