Agar Farm is a Centennial Farm
The Keith Agar farm, located in Marlette, has been designated as a Centennial Farm.
Although, Keith isn’t actively farming (he stills drive tractor), his nephew, has taken over most of the work.
Keith’s grandpa bought the farm in 1921, and the 240 acre farm that was once a dairy farm, and then beef, is now a crop farm, where corn and soybeans are grown.
To be recognized, a farm has to be in the same family for 100 years or more and must be a working farm of 10 or more acres.