In 1906, Frank Unger bought a farm in western Washington County, launching a tradition that has now lasted four generations and over 100 years. When Frank started farming he grew a little bit of everything but his most important crop of all is the one that’s still growing today - family. By the end of his time on the farm, six children had been born. One of those six, William (Bill) Unger took over the farm next. Bill married Margie Vandehey, had eight kids, and grew potatoes, goats, grain, alfalfa, and strawberries for over 30 years. In the 1970’s, it was the next generation’s turn, and two of Bill’s sons, Steve and Matt Unger, took over the family farm by starting Unger Brothers, a farming partnership that kept the farm in the family.