Peri & Sons Farms is an equal opportunity employer. We offer many great benefits to full time eligible employees that include competitive wages, 401(k), medical, dental, vision insurance, paid training, vacation and more, in a drug-free work environment.

Click on one of the positions below for job descriptions and to apply:

Packing Shed Maintenance Mechanic »
Onion Harvest Truck Driver »

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How to Apply:
Applications are available using the links below or you can pick an application up at our office. We have convenient ways for you to apply for a position:

1. By Fax
Please fax in your cover letter, completed application, and resume (if available) include salary requirements to: 775-463-6394.

2. Email Your Resume
Attach your Employment Application and Resume (if available) then email them to: Please include the word JOB APPLICANT in the subject line.

3. Mail or Deliver to Our Office
Mail or Deliver your Resume and/or Employment Application to our office:
Peri & Sons Farms
PO Box 35 | 102 McLeod St., Yerington, NV 89447

Enjoy Cooking Good Things

We believe Cooking Good Things can impact your health and wellness―both physically and mentally―in positive and lasting ways. If you’re a seasoned cook, who craves onions, we think you’ll love our diverse menu of allium-inspired recipes. For those just getting started, our many easy-to-prepare recipes will help you gain confidence in the kitchen and turn you into an onion lover.

Watch Us Cook Good Things

Make sure to see our free tips-and-tricks and how-to-videos designed to increase your skill and foster a lifelong joy of cooking with onions.
French Onion Soup

French Onion Soup
[ watch the video » ]

Spicy Pork Stew

Spicy Pork Stew
[ watch the video » ]

Baked Onions

Baked Onions
[ watch the video » ]

Golden Onion Tart

Golden Onion Tart
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onions promote good gut health!

Onions are fat-free, cholesterol-free, low in sodium, high in vitamin C and a good source of fiber.


Chopped, sliced, julienned, minced or grated means there are endless ways to incorporate onions into your meals. Don’t forget that the variety and the cut will impact the overall flavor so make sure to watch our How-To-Cut-Onions videos to learn more.

Good For You

Since 1979 we have continually strived to grow only the freshest and healthiest onions for our families and for our customers, but it might surprise you to find out that not only do our onions taste exceptionally good, they are also very good for you.


Onions are fat-free and cholesterol-free, low in sodium, high in vitamin C, and a good source of fiber. Organosulfur and other compounds in onions help increase circulation, lower blood pressure, and prevent blood clotting, detoxify the body and skin and also fight the free radicals that can cause cell destruction and disease.

NEW! Little Gourmet Onions.

Look for our Gourmet Organic Cipollinis, Shallots, and Garlic in your local grocery store between September and February. We hope you’ll try some our recipes that make the most of these specialty items.

Cooking & Prepping Tips
store onions in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from direct sunlight. Never refrigerate!

Our Newest Recipes

Browse our online collection of healthy, delicious, and easy-to-make recipes from your computer or mobile. With so many interesting recipes to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be inspired to try onions in new ways.
Flank Steak Tacos with Avocado Cream
Flank Steak Tacos with Avocado Cream
Fresh Corn Salsa
Fresh Corn Salsa
Tex-Mex Chicken Salad with Creamy Cilantro Dressing
Tex-Mex Chicken Salad with Creamy Cilantro Dressing
“Thank you for the informative info on your 2-lb red onion bags! I count on onions for all their fresh, zingy taste and health benefits, on/with just about everything except oatmeal! They’re even good with peanut butter. As I’m updating my wildfire-escape list this year, I’ll make sure an onion is at the top of the list. It’s easy to tear off a piece of onion layer to go with a cheese stick. NOTHING is more essential than onion!” -- Sona Lewis, Willits, CA

Use the Right Cut

Different recipes call for different types of onion cuts. Check out the best cuts for your recipe. These pros have shared their various cutting techniques:

[ Watch our “How to Cut Onions” videos for cutting tips! »]

Best used on a sandwich or burger, pizza, or baked or fried into onion rings. Great cut for caramelizing onions.
Very finely chopped works great mixed with meat to tenderize, in Indian sauces to thicken without cream or stirred into a salsa.
French Cut
Or “Frenched”, these slivers are good on salads, skewered and grilled or used for pickling.
A larger chop than mince, this cut works well in soups, dips, egg dishes and with pasta. The most versatile, all-around cut of onion.