Voice of Farming Podcasts

Kim LeQuire of Kornegay Farms giving a tour of the sweet potato processing room

E11: Kornegay Farms’ Kim LeQuire on the Blessings of a Life in Agriculture

February 2019

Has the buy local food movement helped farmers and open up new markets? Is organic farming really better than conventional farming? And what does it take to run a successful farming operation? We'll discuss these topics and more with today's guest Kim LeQuire. Kim runs Kornegay Family Farms along with her father Danny, mother Susie and brother Dan. Kornegay Family Farms is a 5,000 acre, fourth generation farm in Johnston County, North Carolina. The Kornegay's grow sweet potatoes, tobacco, soybeans, cotton, wheat, and peanuts. The also run four swine finishing floors. Listen to Podcast/Read Transcript about E11: Kornegay Farms’ Kim LeQuire on the Blessings of a Life in Agriculture »