Brought to you by 4 generations of daughters, since 1879 when the 160 acres of land were homesteaded from the railroad in the newly founded Freeman township, Clay County, Iowa. The first corn seeds were planted and the land was turned into bountiful crop ground, plowed by hand and horse, powered by Allis-Chalmers, International Harvester and John Deere. The 4 generations of mothers grew more than just crops. From this land grew teachers, farmers, county caretakers, veterans and so many more.

The journey began with Mary Ann Walsh, then to daughter Mamie Reardon, on to daughter Irene Swart and now proudly to Mary Ann Wassom. From these 4 generations of women you can almost taste the Family, the Farm and the History of 141 years crafting this heritage

Corn to Whiskey