The Origin of Fangboner Farm
It all started in 2009 Roland Richardson had conversations about the start of the vision and here we are.
The love of cooking started as growing our own culinary herbs years ago for our use and for friends. Roland’s love of landscaping and farming became his true passion after his retirement from corporate life. No one knows for sure how the idea exactly started, but one night, probably over a glass of wine, the inspiration to blend the passions of both struck and Fangboner Farms was born.
A new direction in September 2018 Roland's youngest daughter Elizabeth Richardson took over as CEO. Elizabeth Richardson graduated from Penta Career Center and Springfield high school in 2007. Achievements of her Bachelor's from Bowling Green State University (2017) and Executive MBA from the University of Toledo (2018). Roland and Elizabeth are quite the father daughter pair in keeping farm living alive.
So everyone asks, where did you get that name??? Well just before the Fremont, OH exit on the Ohio Turnpike, there is a bridge over the road. On it is the road name – Fangboner. A very comical and memorable name paired with our 5-acre farm made the name apart of our family.
Fangboner Farms. It’s all about the unexpected. Enjoying the differences and similarities of being people as one. It's about our Southern and Midwestern culture of our family of rural and urban. Savory and Sweet, robust and spicy, and salt and pepper flavors that overwhelm the palette with joy from our spice. Sip cold wine, hot food, listening to hard rock or smooth jazz. Come take in the unexpected experience at our Ohio Farm.