The White Flower Ranch in New Mexico is the farm that the owners of The Farm at White Flower, an outdoor farm and farm stand, have received the grant they needed to grow crops for the state.
The farm will be able to produce about 8,000 head of wheat and about 3,000 bushels of corn per year.
In the future, the farm may be able produce more than 2,000 heads of wheat, said Jim Lea, executive director of the White Flower Regional Cooperative.
He said the grant is part of a partnership between the state and the farm, which has been operating in the town for a couple of years.
“It’s been a very unique relationship,” Lea said.
The Farm at Whirlwind will be a small-scale farm that has the capability to grow the crops it needs to support a large-scale business, according to the farm’s website.”
We’ve done a lot of work in the past to make sure our land is not too much of a liability for the government.”
The Farm at Whirlwind will be a small-scale farm that has the capability to grow the crops it needs to support a large-scale business, according to the farm’s website.
The White Flower family is also involved in the agriculture industry.
The farm has been a part of the business since the 1940s, and the family is involved in various projects.
Lea believes the farm will bring in a lot more business for the local area.
“The whole industry is growing in the area, but it’s not always in the right places, and there’s always a lack of education,” Le, the director of operations, said.