When we dig together, we dig deeper. Here’s The Dirt on how we give it our all—and then some—for your Plate, Community, World.

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How Black Gold Farms Influenced my Eating Habits

May 17, 2017

From fast food and pizza to healthy eating, one REDVENTURE recipe at a time.

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My Experience in Ag

February 22, 2017

From the beaches of California to the frozen tundra of North Dakota, my unexpected journey into the world of agriculture has been a truly gratifying experience.


A New Conversation: Women in Ag

January 17, 2017

The people who are making a difference in ag are changing. It’s not just the old man with his potato fork in the field. It’s so much more.



December 19, 2016

2016 is over. If we are not careful we won’t give ourselves the time to stop and reflect on the last growing season. Reflection can be a powerful tool, just the right amount of reflection allows us to learn from our experiences.


The Value of Industry Participation

October 20, 2016

To Participate, or Not to Participate - - - That is the question.


Cook. Eat. Explore. Live Redventurously.

October 5, 2016

REDVENTURE: A thrilling red potato culinary experience that makes hearts race by daring to go above and beyond for plates, communities and the world.


Digging: Potato Needs

August 23, 2016

One of the services we provide our customers is a continuous supply of the highest quality product produced in an economically and environmentally sustainable fashion. To do this, our potatoes need water, land and have optimal plant health. Potatoes take a little more intensive crop management than what most are used to.


The Family Farm

June 14, 2016

What has been responsible for the tremendous productivity of production agriculture that has been documented over the past two centuries? Why has there been such superb continuous innovation that has incubated on the farm? Why has production agriculture grown as measured by nearly every metric during out lifetimes? Why has the ag supply chain continued to improve not only the science, but the art of production agriculture? I would argue that the answers to these questions just might be connected to the strength of the this concept we call the "Family Farm".