Farming has been in our family for as long as anyone can remember but we have been farming in Nebraska since at least the late 1800's. The start of our operation where we currently farm was in 1949 when Harry and Dick Walters purchased their first farm where our operation is now headquartered. Dick got his start in farming helping his father Harry out until serving in the U.S. Army stateside from 1944-1945 and again in Korea from 1951-1953. After he was back farming he married Joan and they worked hard over the years to build up his operation by diversifying and expanding when able. He was part of the generation that started irrigation of cropland which we so heavily depend on today. Their successes enabled both sons Rick and Mike to return to the operation after college. Rick and Mike both continued on the tradition starting their own legacies by expanding the operation and implementing new technology over the years. The operation has raised many crops over the years including corn, soybeans, milo, wheat, alfalfa, oats and more recently seed corn and specialty soybeans. On the livestock side we have had cattle, hogs, and poultry over the years. Today we focus mainly on corn, seed corn, soybean, and cow/calf cattle production. In 2014 Rick's son Spencer and Mike's son Wade joined the family operation and today are actively part of the operation and implementing new ideas that can make the farm viable to pass on the next generation.