MissionOur mission is to constantly improve the quality of the land using progressive technology and creating a rewarding, efficient, and profitable environment for employees, landlords and owners while at the same time encouraging a balanced lifestyle that honors God.
ChismsKent and Isabella
It's been just over 30 years since this city girl married the farmer. Kent has always known he wanted to farm and I have now adapted to the point of being able to drive tractors, trucks and even the combine on a rare occasion. Kent is the fifth generation to farm the land. We worked as a team to grow the farm so now we can have the sixth and seventh generation working with us. We take pride in what we do and farm in a way that takes care of the ground so our children and grandchildren are able to farm if they choose to. We believe stewardship begins on the farm and reaches into everyone's home. We stay aware of and involved in local, state and federal policy so our family can continue to grow what your family needs and wants.
BakersSam, Kristy, Abraham, and Ruthie
Sam and Kristy Baker were married in November 2008. They welcomed their first child Abraham into the world in November 2009, Ruthie, in July 2011 and have another baby due this summer. Sam graduated from Joliet Junior College with an agriculture business degree and Kristy from Purdue University with an animal agribusiness degree. Sam and Kristy joined Chism Farms in February of 2009. Sam actively serves on the Galveston Volunteer Fire Department and they are members of Upper Deer Creek Church. Their personal mission is to earn an honest living farming, raising a family and producing quality agricultural products while maintaining good stewardship practices of the land God has allowed them to farm.
BoxellsJosh, Beth, and Hunter
Josh and Beth Boxell officially joined Chism Farms in August of 2010. Farming with the family is a blessing that allows them to prioritize family relationships while providing the chance to be involved with a growing family-centered business. They met in the summer of 1999 at Taylor University and stayed in touch as they both pursued degrees. In the fall of 2007 they got married and Beth joined Josh in Lubbock, Texas while he completed a degree in Plant and Soil Science. Following graduation they moved across country to Indiana and began helping to prepare for harvest. Josh and Beth welcomed their first son, Hunter, in January 2011 and their daughter Lilly at the end of 2012.
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