Bryan Johnson

Bryan Johnson

River View Farms

Bryan Johnson is the vice president of the​ River View Farms. He manages three areas of the operation, including turkeys, eggs and feed manufacturing, while also organizing the financial aspects of the business. Bryan was raised on the farm where he now lives and works. He attended Purdue University in agricultural economics and currently is a part of the Farm Policy Study Group at Purdue. He has previous experience on the Orleans Chamber of Commerce and has held leadership positions at Syria Christian Church.


River View Farms, Inc. - Growing Food in Rich Family Tradition

River View Farms is a diversified, multi-generation, family-owned business centered in southern Indiana with a main office near Orleans. River View Farms is involved in several facets of poultry, producing turkeys, eggs and pullets, which supply needs in the layer industry. They produce live market hogs through a sow herd and a coordinated network of contract growers. They also produce corn and soybeans on 3,400 acres of rolling Indiana farmland.​​​​

Bryan Johnson

River View Farms

Bryan Johnson

Bryan Johnson is the vice president of the​ River View Farms. He manages three areas of the operation, including turkeys, eggs and feed manufacturing, while also organizing the financial aspects of the business. Bryan was raised on the farm where he now lives and works. He attended Purdue University in agricultural economics and currently is a part of the Farm Policy Study Group at Purdue. He has previous experience on the Orleans Chamber of Commerce and has held leadership positions at Syria Christian Church.


River View Farms, Inc. - Growing Food in Rich Family Tradition

River View Farms is a diversified, multi-generation, family-owned business centered in southern Indiana with a main office near Orleans. River View Farms is involved in several facets of poultry, producing turkeys, eggs and pullets, which supply needs in the layer industry. They produce live market hogs through a sow herd and a coordinated network of contract growers. They also produce corn and soybeans on 3,400 acres of rolling Indiana farmland.​​​​