About Garlic Gods
A family owned business on a century farm
We are a farm based business. Committed to providing our customers with non-GMO, State certified, heirloom seed garlic.
Our farm is located in Southern Idaho's "Magic Valley." We farm in an allium quaratined area and meet or exceed all state required certifications for white rot free seed garlic.
Fine dinning chef turned garlic farmer
Raised on a small farm in McMinnville Tennessee, Geoff grew up loving things that grew from the earth. From a young age he appreciated what good food could be. His love for food put him oth the path that led to culinary school and almost thirty years in the restaurant industry. All of those years taught Geoff about quality, and the quality of the work we do is seen in the quality of garlic we produce. This is what he holds most dear and you will see it in any product you receive from Garlic Gods.
5th generation farm girl, 1st generation garlic farmer
Jana is a girl who likes to grow things; produce, chickens, flowers, and of course garlic. Out in the fields, or inside her home, family is most important to her. Animals, gardens, and crops bring her the most joy. Jana loves to be in the sun, out in the fields, close to nature. she also loves to be with her husband, Geoffrey one of the other owners of Garlic Gods, who makes her laugh all day. It is a simple life, and she enjoys every minute of it.
Focused on regenerative agriculture
Daniel was the only boy raised with 5 sisters, which he always thought was unfair growing up. Daniel has a beautiful wife and three boys. It is his goal to keep and build this century family farm to teach his boys this life he loves. Being a 5th generation farmer Daniel has learned that this is not just a job, but a way of life. In addition to garlic he has raised sugar beets, alfalfa, corn, and grain. It is Daniel's pleasure to be raising garlic, and stating this new chapter in his family's life.
Settled in 1908 by the Baily family
Daniel and Jana, brother and sister, are the great-great grandchildren of Jacob and Lydia Baily who originally settled the newly incorporated Minidoka county in 1908. The Baily's were some of the first settlers as this desert was being transformed into fresh new gravity irrigated farmland. The rich volcanic soil, along with the new canal system from the damn at Lake Walcott on the Snake River, took this place from a dusty sagebrush desert to what is now known as the Magic Valley.