Heartland Farms, Inc.

Meet Heartland Farms, Inc., the farmer who grew the potatoes in your bag.

Tech-Savvy Taters

A fifth-generation family operation, Heartland Farms started when the Pavelski family homesteaded an 80 acre plot of land in central Wisconsin in 1873. What you could call a family of families, today Heartland is made up of a group of folks all connected by hard work and determination.

Part of that determination is a commitment to balancing technology with tradition to grow the best possible potatoes. With software developed in-house, Heartland can track information in real-time to meet sustainability goals, such as lowering its carbon footprint through reduced inputs of water, electricity and fuel.

 

 

Kettle Brand Farmer Since: 2007
Location: Hancock, WI

Kettle Brand potatoes are grown across the country – some as close as an hour drive from our Salem, Oregon, headquarters. Learn more about our other farmers here.

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Meet Your Farmer:

For best 360 video viewing on your desktop play directly from this link on Chrome/Firefox. Click the video to begin playing. Then, click and drag your mouse around the video to explore your surroundings. On your phone, tap the video to begin playing or view in the YouTube app. To explore your surroundings, move your phone around or swipe your finger left and right over the screen. To learn more about viewing this video with Google Cardboard, please see below. Enjoy!

How To Use Google Cardboard Headset To Watch The 360º How to use Google Cardboard headset to watch the virtual reality tour Tour

  1. Unfold and set up your google cardboard headset.
  2. Connect to wifi to avoid data charges.
  3. download the free google cardboard app from the app store (iPhone) of Google Play (Android).
  4. Go to: www.kettlebrand.com/farmtour
  5. When prompted, open the video in the youtube app for 360º viewing.
  6. Click and select the cardboard viewer icon when the youtube film opens. How to use Google Cardboard headset to watch the virtual reality tour
  7. Put your smartphone into the viewer.
  8. If possible, wear headphones.