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Where We Began
Since its founding in 1836, Inglewood's six feet of topsoil have supported high yielding cotton, corn and soybeans.

At the turn of the twentieth century, Inglewood was one of the first farms in Central Louisiana to transition from sharecropping to professional farming. Since that time, it has been a model producer of milk, beef, pork and crops.

Since the 1940s, members of the Keller family have owned and run an agricultural operation on Inglewood Plantation, which is located in Alexandria, Louisiana. The farm’s main use is cropland for the commercial scale production of corn and soybeans, but also houses pecan groves, a registered nature preserve and leased pastureland.  

As our business continues to grow, we endeavor to convert all of our farmlands into sustainable agricultural use. Our story is one of transition from a large-scale commercial tenant operation to an all-encompassing sustainable family farm.


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August 01,2020
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