Milan Kordestani at a Glance

Milan Kordestani is the founder as well as CEO of Milan Farms. He is also a writer for the Huffington Post. Moreover, he is a student and a nationally competing equestrian.

Kordestani birthplace is Stanford, California where he grew up schooling at Phillips Brooks Elementary. After his parents’ divorce, he moved together with his family to London, England in 2009. In London, he attended Eaton Square School. Kordestani went back to the Bay Area in 2010 where he joined Sacred Heart Preparatory in Atherton leading to his High School graduation in 2017.

As an accomplished equestrian, he began riding horses when he was ten years after he fell off a runaway horse while trail riding. As a result of his dedication to hard work and the zeal to have a challenging ride, Kordestani got back up to the horse which was an extraordinary thing for a child to do for an animal that had mistreated him.

In 2015, Kordestani won the first leg of the Triple Crown. He followed the win with a fourth place at the World’s Championship Horse Show. Later, he attained the third place nationally at the American Royal, the Triple Crown third leg. Milan was second at the World’s Championship Horse Show in 2016 in the Five-Gaited Show Pleasure division regarding his age split. It gained him the highest rank to date.

His company, Milan Farms, concentrates on poultry production, eggs as well as saffron by connecting different farms across the nation. Under the farm, Milan is the first farmer in history to grow saffron hydroponically on microfiber sponges. The firm works by a mission of providing honest options to consumers since its inception in early 2015.

The firm believes in transparency in raising its animals. Milan Farms only employ organic options for their plants. When it comes to product selection by consumers, and they know what they want, pure and honest options should be provided minus secrets on how the products are obtained. It is what Milan Farms delivers concerning agricultural needs.

 

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