July 20, 2018 · Farmer · (No comments)

Milan Kordestani has created a solid reputation as one of the youngest CEOs and a competing equestrian. He was born in Stanford and grew up going to Phillips Brooke elementary before his parents got a divorce, and the family relocated to London. Milan changed schools to Eaton Square School, and a year later he moved back to Bay Area and enrolled in Sacred Hearts preparatory where he completed his high school in 2017.

Milan Kordestani started riding horses when he was ten years old. He was thrown off a horse on his first trial but got back up and rode it back to the camp. Reporting to the National horseman, his father Omid Kordestani said it was such a brave move considering any other child would not get back up on an animal that was cruel to them. Betts Coup, the National horseman, added that Milan was hardworking and had a desire to ride world-class horses and eventually could win the blue ribbons. The Milan Farms CEO started horse riding classes in Atherton and after a short while started competing at world horse championships.

Within a short time, Milan Kordestani has achieved exceptional levels of success bagging several awards. In 2015 the equestrian won the third leg of the triple crown and was ranked fourth in the world championship horse show. On the third leg of the triple crown, he emerged third. Milan competed in the age split level at the five-gaited show pleasure division and finished 2nd place. Besides all these accomplishments Milan is managing a company that distributes eggs all through the west coast and the biggest suppliers of saffron worldwide.

Milan farms officially began operations in 2016 after the brand and logo became trademarked and had since expanded into three more branches. Under the Milan farms name, Mr. Kordestani became the first farmer to grow saffron hydroponically. Despite having seen the success of the spice, he is still researching on the best salinity levels in hydroponic and aquaponic systems to ensure they come up with the best crop. In addition to agribusiness, Milan is a contributing writer in the Huffington Post and has written about six articles.

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