About Us

Wolff Farms' Land has been Family-Owned for over 140 Years
Located just southeast of Norfolk Nebraska, Wolff Farms’ land has been owned and operated by the Wolff family for over 140 years.  All produce is grown using organic practices, and the farm became certified organic in 2015. All animals are raised naturally and on pasture. Just over 34 acres of the farm has been put into wildlife habitat reserve with the emphasis of promoting life rather than destroying it.
Wolff Farms knows that it’s important to know what you’re eating, and it’s even more important to know what you aren’t eating. We want you to know that all of our products are pesticide-free. We strive to make sure that you and your family can rest assured knowing that our produce is not only organic, but that we also ensure safe and green manufacturing and facility processes.
Duane has personally owned and operated the land at Wolff Farms since 1979. He is a firm believer in promoting life and enhancing the land through safe farming practices.
He maintains much of the conventional farming of organic soybeans and organic blue corn on the farm and provides farm-fresh eggs through his free-range chickens. You will also see him working farmers markets in Lincoln and Omaha on the weekends.
Jay graduated with a degree in agronomy and a minor in horticulture from UNL in 2014. He has played an instrumental role in operating Wolff Farms and upholding their certified organic status.
Jay has helped progress the farm dramatically in volume to enable large scale distributions to retailers throughout the eastern Nebraska area. Since 2016, he has established retail relationships with over 15 new retail clients and increased distribution in retail to metropolitan areas including Lincoln, Omaha, Columbus, and Fremont.
In 2017 with the help of sister, Sora, Jay started the Fresh Finds program which delivers farm fresh produce directly from the farm to consumers. Since its inception, Fresh Finds has more than tripled in customer demand. 
Jay keeps the core values of food safety and soil enrichment at the heart of the operation. He assists in managing crop rotations and actively leads all produce planting and harvesting operations of the farm. When he is not busy in the fields, you will also occasionally see him in Sioux City and Omaha on the weekends assisting with our farmers markets.