Welcome to Albert and Diane Armand’s farm, located in rural Westport, Indiana.
We raise 400+ acres of corn, soybeans and wheat.
We also have a 140 sow farrow to finish hog operation along with a cow-calf operation.
Back in the 1940’s, Albert’s grandfather raised tomatoes for the local canning factory.
His family has always been interested in big gardening.
Since there are no canning factories locally he has concentrated on a bigger variety of produce items.
Farming in the Westport, Indiana area since 1941, the Armand’s have been providing custom farming service starting with threshing and shredding in the 1940’s to combining, picking, square baling in the 1950’s to combining, round baling and no-tilling crops today.
The Armand’s put an emphasis on balancing environmental concerns with profitable modern practices.
No-till and residue management play key roles in preventing water pollution for the Armand’s while maintaining high yields and profits.
Livestock is utilized to add value to raw grain crops and animal wastes are used to replace a portion of our commercial fertilizer.