As time went on they were successful in making a living, but needed more farm to survive so three more farms were purchased and more equipment was added. The farm is now a little over 1,000 acres. Crops grown are mostly alfalfa hay and some small grains including oats, barley and wheat. The twins also had a 500 head herd of sheep for about 20 years and a small herd of cows. The sheep were sold in 1996 and the proceeds were used to buy more cows. The herd is now about 140 mother cows. They are kept on the farm in the winter and summered on the mountain east of Parowan. Alfalfa hay is the main cash crop. It is sold in southern and central California and to local dairies for feed.