Welcome to Moss Farms

A family business producing Potatoes, Sugar Beets and Wheat on the Snake River Plain of South Central Idaho.

Our Mission Statement

Be responsible stewards of the land and resources we have been blessed with.
Conduct our business and social activities with high moral and ethical principles.
Train our employees and provide them the resources and opportunities to be successful.
Support the communities and schools where our employees, family, and friends live.
Always understand the needs of our customers and supply them the highest quality possible.

Successful

Moss Farms 16,000 acres consist of potatoes, wheat, sugar beets, Corn, and Alfalfa. Fields are spread across several counties along the Snake River in Southern Idaho.

High Quality

Moss Farms is able to produce some of the highest quality products found anywhere in the world thanks to the fertile volcanic soils, consistent water supply, warm days and cool nights.

Trusted

Moss Farms participates in the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) food safety program.

Potatoes

Idaho Potatoes - Good for you, no fat, cholesterol free, 45% of your daily vitamin C and more potassium than a banana!


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Wheat

Moss Farms produces Hard Red Winter Wheat, Hard Red Spring Wheat, and Soft White Wheat. Used in pasta, wheat bread, and cereal.

Sugar Beets

Sugar Beets - All natural and only 15 calories per teaspoon!




Food Safety

Moss Farms participates in the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) program and is independently audited several times a year. These audits focus on agricultural practices to verify that vegetables are produced, packed, handled, and stored in the safest manner possible to minimize risks of microbial food safety hazards. Food safety and food defense are important aspects of the USDA nutrition assistance programs. The Office of Food Safety coordinates these efforts within all these programs. On their website, you will find information on food safety and food defense from the Office of Food Safety.

  • USDA GAP Audit