Luginbuhl Family-Ellington Farmers since 1904

The Edward Luginbuhl farm featured in this post is one dear to me as it is the farm on which Adele Trueb, my mother-in-law, grew up with her seven brothers and three sisters. I have spent many hours over the years enjoying from Adele and her siblings the often humorous, sometimes frightening and always entertaining stories of life on this farm. Ironically, as there were owners in between, my husband Tom and his and brother Steve now own part of the original land purchased by their great-grandfather where their business, Dymotek, is currently located. Tom and Steve continue to grow sweet corn on the land. Tom and I plant a large garden there and silage corn is also grown on a portion of the l

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