Welcome to Duncan Farms
Arnott and Kathleen Farm
Our History

Our roots are deep in the farming industry. Arnott is a 4th generation Arizona farmer who left his family’s farm in 1985 and began growing a few hundred acres of conventionally-grown row crops. In 1992 Arnott along with his wife Kathleen decided they wanted to reach out to the community…

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How We Grow

Here at Duncan Family Farms, we strive to farm sustainably. While sustainability is often thought of in terms of certain farming practices or “green activities”, we believe there is a much larger picture to consider…

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What We Grow

We produce more than 8,000 acres of certified organic baby lettuces and greens kales, beets, chards and herbs, as well as a few hundred acres of conventionally produced cabbage and red potatoes…

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Food and Farm Worker Safety

At Duncan Family Farms we pride ourselves in delivering the best in food and farmworker safety. Our mission is to grow safe and healthy products for our customers. Food safety and farm worker safety are our priorities…

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Our Team
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From the early days as a small family farm with a few dozen employees to our current operation with several hundred employees, one thing has never changed: our people are our company…

Meet the Duncan Family

Here at Duncan Family Farms we seasonally employ over 500 field, cooling, transportation and administrative employees in our farming operations in California and Arizona…

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Community Initiatives

Here at Duncan Family Farms our motto is: “Taking Care of the Land, Taking Care of People” and we believe that in order to provide our customers with the very best produce, we must be in touch with the community. These ideas define our company culture…

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“The soil is the great connector of lives, the source and destination of all. It is the healer and restorer and resurrector, by which disease passes into health, age into youth, death into life. Without proper care for it we can have no community, because without proper care for it we can have no life.” Wendell Berry