Over the decades, Marvin and his wife June, in partnership with Kenneth and his wife Lela, transformed the family's small landholdings into one of the East Valley's biggest farming operations, including several square miles of cropland and one of the world's largest dairy farms, as well as one of Arizona's largest ranching businesses (grazing cattle on over 400 square miles of state and leased land stretching from Flagstaff to the Verde River). Although Kenneth and Lela, as well as Marvin, have passed away, the Morrison Family legacy remains. Representing the fourth generation, Kenneth's grandsons Dustin and Denton, along with their wives and children, continue to actively manage the family's farming and ranching operations, in Gilbert as well as Painted Rock and Cottonwood. Kenneth's daughter Dawnie and her husband Justin keep the dairy at the forefront of the industry, milking over 7,000 cows three times daily, while growing and raising replacement heifers on site. Agriculture will always be deeply valued and honored by the Morrison family.