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Yenni Ranch: Sonoma Agricultural Heritage Preserved
Black Angus Cattle graze on omega rich grasses hydrated by majestic Sonoma Carneros fogs .
French CopperMaran Hens lay dark chocolate colored eggs and Americauna Hens lay green omega rich eggs.
Seasonal fruits, vegetables, olive oils, flowers and teas are shared with family and friends.
1890 Yenni family migrates to Sonoma California from Sool Switzerland
In the late 1800's John and Regula Jenni relocated their families to the United States and continued their dairy farming heritage producing high quality cream for cheese and butter on Yenni Ranch.
1930 Yenni family 2nd generation invests in the preservation of the Home Ranch.
In the 1920's Jacob and Laura Jenni built their family home on Yenni Ranch and raised their son Glenn. They later purchased the home ranch from the other estate holders.
1950 Yenni family 3rd generation invests in the preservation of the Home ranch.
In the 1950's Glenn and Patricia Yenni built their family home on Yenni Ranch. They later purchased the home ranch from Glenn's father and expanded the farming operations to beef cattle and hay.
1993 Yenni family 4th generation builds home on Yenni Farm.
1992 Scott & Linda Yenni built their home on Yenni Farm.
2009 Yenni family 5th generation...
2009 Scott & Linda Yenni purchased the home ranch, Yenni Ranch, from the estate to preserve it's family heritage for their children.
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