A talk with Stephanie Mickelson of Rigby Produce. Today, we had the Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce came to see our facilities and what happens in the potato industry in Idaho, as far as I'm aware, they've never done a potato tour before. So we try to open up our facilities and give them the the gold key tour to see see what happens in the potato industry. I think that they were highly enlightened by their experiences today, and I think they learned a lot about how many potatoes it takes and what it takes to actually get a crop from the ground through a facility and back out the door again. Rigby Produce started when Mark’s, my husband's father and his brother and uncle joined together and bought an existing facility, which is just down the road that's still in operation and started Rigby produce in 1980 and then in 1997 we built a new facility, this facility, and a year later after it was in production, it burned to the ground. So then we built another facility in 1999 and we've been in this current facility since 1999 and we bought an existing facility in Haymer. So between our two operations we are most likely the biggest fresh pack shipper in the world right now. Most of the potatoes that are grown that are packed through the shed, three quarters of them come through our farm and our farm is from Bonneville County north to the Montana/Idaho line.