About Us

Farming has been a family tradition for 100+ years. Bruce and Adam take great pride in where the farming industry has been and where it’s heading in today’s fast moving agricultural world.

Bruce and Adam are just one branch of the Blonde Farm legacy. In 1978, Bruce purchased his first 136-acre farm. Two years later he purchased the home farm and 80 acres. This is now the heart of the family farm. During this time Bruce attended Michigan State University where he graduated with a Degree in Agriculture. Bruce and Sandra Blonde were married in 1983 and Sandra is a large part of the family operation. What began as primarily a hog farm with a small portion of cash crops slowly switched gears as Bruce and Sandra’s son, Adam, joined the family farm after graduating from Michigan State University with a Bachelors in Agricultural Business in 2008.

Following Adams’ return, hogs were phased out of the farm and the expansion of the cash crop operation began one acre at a time. They focus on corn and soybean crops and take pride in the ground they work and the relationships they have with landowners. They are currently seeking farmland to lease and look forward to working with you.

Irrigation, soil sampling, market analysis, and education allow Bruce & Adam Blonde Farms to maximize each farm’s potential. If you are a current or potential landowner, feel free to reach out if you have questions, ideas or requests. We are building relationships one acre at a time.

Bruce and Sandra Blonde
Adam Blonde and Family

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