Welcome to GoldDustFarms.com!
Providing High Quality Chipping Potatoes to the World.
For over 30 years Walker Brothers Farms and Gold Dust Potato Processors have been farming in the Klamath Basin. From our high quality chipping potatoes to our wheat and alfalfa crops, our commitment to growing the best possible crops is our top priority. Our facilities, our fields and our employees are our evidence of this commitment. We understand the demands of the market and rise to the challenge every day.
Gold Dust Potato Processors (Gold Dust, Inc.) and Walker Bros. Farms are family owned and operated. Our family has deep roots in the Klamath Basin and in the local farming community which has helped fuel our success. Between our experience and our commitment, you can rest assured that we’re in the chipping potato business for the long haul. If you’re looking to build a long-term relationship with a grower, then Gold Dust and Walker Brothers are the partners you’re looking for.
Gold Dust and Sustainable Agriculture
Having received the 2010 Environmental Stewardship Award from the National Potato Council and completing the installation of all the solar stations that are a part of our Solar Power Initiative, it’s easy to see that Gold Dust and Walker Brothers farm take sustainable farming seriously. However, while we’re proud of those two accomplishments, they only scratch the surface of what we’ve been working on for years.
With that in mind, we have created a new section of our Web site – Sustainable Farming Practices. These pages highlight what Walker Brothers and Gold Dust do as a part of our sustainable agriculture initiative and how we feel those practices benefit the environment and the community as well as our business. From the Walking Wetlands to how we keep our crops healthy with our Integrated Pest Management program, these pages will show how seriously we take protecting the precious resources we have.
To learn more about Gold Dust and Walker Brothers and sustainable agriculture, please visit our Sustainable Farming Practices pages. You can also read more about our sustainable agriculture initiatives in the Sustainable Farming category of our blog.