A better way of farming
since 14,000 BC
Indiana soil is special for a reason, and that reason starts with the last ice age. 16,000 years ago, glaciers in the region covered the Midwest and they moved about a foot a day picking up nutrient rich topsoil and carving the land. Once the glacier finally melted, it deposited this amazingly rich textured soil right here in Indiana. This ‘glacier till’ holds water incredibly well – making it ideal for growing some of the healthiest, best tasting tomatoes in the country.