King City, MO – Law Farms, LLC opens storefront

Brad Law with Law Farms, LLC grows and sells produce, pumpkins and even popped gourmet popcorn, kettle corn and fresh made cotton candy.  You might find Brad throughout Northwest Missouri set up at different festivals selling his delicious products, but now you can also find him on the farm at their recently opened storefront.  Brad also sells his popcorn all across the United States through his online store, find him on Facebook @law farms LLC or their eBay shop.

Brad has taken a twist on traditional farming and has found a niche in the popcorn business.  The farm produces acres of popping corn which Brad then sells.  He has even perfected his skills in making gourmet popcorn with flavors like birthday cake, cookies and cream, cheese pizza or peanut butter and jelly.  To further his popcorn business, Law Farms, LLC also works with area organizations and schools doing fundraisers where groups can gain a 40-50% profit of their fundraising sales. 

When asking Brad why he chose to be an entrepreneur, he said that “farming is like the MAFIA…you are born into it and there are two ways out: death or jail and putting a farmer behind a desk all day is the same as putting him in jail.”  While farming certainly is not a job for those that aren’t willing to put in 16-18 hour days at times; Brad loves what he does and has high hopes for the family business.  Brad envisions the business growing enough where they can keep all three of his boys busy as they go through high school. 

Brad learned about Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation through the late, David Waltemath.  Brad shares that the group has been great at connecting him to resources and people and answering questions about business when needed.

Please join Northwest Missouri Enterprise on Sunday, October 13th for a ribbon cutting and business celebration at 2 pm.  Law Farms, LLC is located at 4185 State Hwy BB in King City, MO 64463. 

If you are interested in starting your own business or tweaking your existing business, Northwest Missouri Enterprise Facilitation (NWMEF) would be happy to assist you. NWMEF is an economic development project which serves six counties including Andrew, Atchison, Gentry, Holt, Nodaway and Worth. Services are offered free and are strictly confidential. NWMEF is a not-for-profit organization. For more information, contact Keli Morris, facilitator, at (816) 262-9400 or facilitator@nwmef.org. The Resource Board is comprised of more than 70 volunteer board members from each county as well as regional representation.