Milan Kordestani Has Created An Organic And Humane Business With Milan Farms

The birthplace of Milan Kordestani was Stanford, California. This was where he spent his childhood. In 2009 his parents divorced and he moved to London, England. He attended the Sacred Heart Preparatory after he relocated to the Bay area and he graduated in 2017. Milan Kordestani was thrown from a runaway horse at the age of ten. He surprised everyone when he rode the same horse back to camp. He had a natural form, needed the challenge of riding and was driven to win the blue ribbons. It did not take him long to achieve major equestrian goals. He was soon riding world champion horses in competitions.

Milan Kordestani was the winner of the triple crown in 2015. He then entered the Worlds Championship Horse Show and ranked in fourth place. This was followed with a 3rd place national title at the American Royal. He entered the Worlds Championship Horse Show in 2016 and placed second in the division for the Five Gaited Show Pleasure. This remains his highest achievement.

Milan Kordestani also founded Milan Farms in 2015 while he was in high school. His company produces eggs, poultry, mint and saffron. He was the first saffron farmer to use microfiber sponges for hydronic spicing. Milan Farms was designed for the organic and humane raising of poultry. The animals are raised with transparency to provide an honest option for consumers. There are no secrets at Milan Farms.

The brand and logo for Milan Farms were trademarked in 2016. Since then the business has expanded and encompasses three separate farms. Eggs are delivered all over the west coast as well as Colorado through the efforts of these farms. The saffron is distributed throughout the world. The tradition of cultivating and producing saffron is recognized by Milan Farms but they believe in innovation as well. This is the reason they not only use drip irrigation but are conducting research into growing saffron with aquaponic and hydroponic systems. Milan Kordestani has been successful with his efforts but is continuing to experiment with different levels of salinity and minerals in the water for the perfect crops.


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