Farming has been our family’s way of life for decades. In 1976 Thompson Farms was founded when Larry and Linda Thompson and Larry’s parents, James & Frances Thompson purchased the home farm in Allensville, KY. Over the next 35 years a family, a way of life, and a business were built around a love of farming.
With three daughters and no sons, it was obvious the Thompson name would not be passed on, but the love of farming and an appreciation for what those before them had accomplished would be. Those thoughts, along with a breathtaking “vue” from our front porch are why we now call it Long Vue Farms.
Long Vue Farms is now owned and operated by Mandy Bryant, and partner Jason Head. Our crew works hard year round to raise wheat, corn, and soybeans in both Kentucky and Tennessee. Mandy’s son, Bo, is the fourth generation of Long Vue Farms. Though he does not carry the Thompson name, he was born with the same love of farming that each generation before him has had.
Although some faces have changed through the years, our values and goals have not. Our land and our people are our greatest assets.