In 1892, Great-grandfather Gumz emigrated from Germany and settled into a small Midwestern farming community in Indiana. There, he established the first Gumz family farm. His hard work, commitment to quality and dedication to land ethic are traditions he passed down to what is now the fourth generation of Gumz farmers. See video here.
Today, Gumz Farms is owned by brothers Richard and Roderick Gumz, growing 40 percent of the onions in the state of Wisconsin and 20 percent of the state’s potatoes. The brothers also grow corn, mint, carrots and beans.