de jager farms
Who are the De Jagers?
In the late 1970s, Mike’s father Edward purchased land in the Chowchilla area and began farming in the San Joaquin Valley. Like most dairy farms in California, it is very much still a family business for the De Jagers.
Who owns De Jager dairy north?
Like most dairy farms in California, it is very much still a family business for the De Jagers. Mike’s daughter, Gina Vantol, and her husband Dustin run the day-to-day operations of De Jager Dairy North.
What’s new at De Jager’s farm?
De Jager is also partnering with non-profit Sustainable Conservation and Netafim on a pilot project to use dairy lagoon water to irrigate crops at his farm through a sub-surface drip tape application. De Jager’s is one of the first farms in California to experiment with this type of recycled irrigation technology.
What is the value of a farm in Delaware?
The combined market value of farms for sale in Delaware is $38 million, with the average price of farms for sale in being $691,434. At just 1, 954 square miles, Delaware is the smallest state in the country after Rhode Island.