The brothers worked together to become one of the prominent farming operations of its day and conquered many barriers along the way. It was the desire to survive and become something more than most predicted. At their peak, they farmed close to ten thousand acres during the 1970’s, 80’s and into the early 90’s. Along the way, many cows were milked, many beef cattle were cycled, many bales of hay and straw were handled, but most of all, many crop acres were covered and lots of grain was handled. With success, comes declining amounts of energy as time elapses and the operation had to be drawn back to preserve the quality of stewardship before the next generation was ready to step in accordingly. Thomas Stuart Warfield cannot be with us today, but will always be one of the founding fathers of the operation and within our hearts, a forever loving memory.
As Kennard Warfield Jr’s son's, Kennard Warfield III and John Stuart Warfield continue the legacy that their father has kept in place; quality work will not be spared. Every task will be completed thoroughly and show that true stewardship still exists, even in a younger generation’s mindset.