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We push brands beyond their first Ten Acres with our experience, fun, and creativity to tell the stories of those who put food on our plates.

Ten Acre is a marketing firm that positions brands to advance agriculture. It is founded on a lifetime of farming experience, a wealth of marketing knowledge, and an unrivaled industry network.


Founded in 2019, by a 4th generation potato farmer with the confidence of a farmer’s voice, together with a world-class team, healthy respect, and a deep understanding of the rapid pace of change in agriculture, Ten Acre is a catalyst for growth across an expanding agricultural supply chain. 

Ten Acre Marketing company name was inspired by Leah’s Great Grandfather, Hallie Halverson.

He started growing potatoes in 1928 in a small town in North Dakota. He used what he knew about the market, the environment, and consumer trends, creativity, and a great deal of passion, to do something different and set the stage for something even greater.

That sentiment has lasted for over four generations, and the farm has grown to over 30,000 acres. 

 

It all started with Ten Acres.

Meet The Team
 
The three core values of Ten Acre define the culture of the firm. They guide the organization and the people, illustrating what makes it different and what makes Ten Acre the firm of choice to work for and to work with.
TENACIOUS

Not readily relinquishing a position, principle, or course of action; determined.

When someone calls you tenacious, you're probably the kind of person who never gives up and never stops trying – someone who does whatever is required to accomplish a goal.

EMPOWERED

Having the knowledge, confidence, means or ability to do things or make decisions for oneself.

To have the confidence and/or strength to do something, often by having control over a situation.

NETWORKED

To cultivate people who can be helpful to one professionally.

 

Networking is exchanging information and ideas among people with a common profession or special interest. Networking often begins with a single point of common ground.