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  • My Daddy...... by Laurie Pearson DeMint

    Nothing makes me homesick like smelling peaches in the grocery store. I've actually cried in the produce section before.  To me, the smell of a peach is heavy with wonderful memories of being a child, riding in my daddy's truck, or visiting the packing shed. I'm Laurie, the youngest of Al's 3 chi...
  • A Recipe That Won't Drive You Nuts

    There is no question that spending time with family and friends at the holidays is a joy. But sometimes preparing for guests can be a bit overwhelming.  At Pearson Farm, we understand the importance of wanting to enjoy quality time with people we hold dear and not spending hours in the kitchen pr...
  • From Corporation to Cooperation

    All of a sudden, I looked at the date and it's December.I am not sure if you feel the same way, but this year seems to have flown by here at Pearson Farm. I can't help but wonder how time goes by so fast. That may be the reason that so many of us use this season to reflect over the past year and ...
  • Thanksgiving, Thanks-getting

    Now that we have officially kicked off the holiday season, it's time to be thinking about all of the parties, family functions and gifts that we need to start planning for.  When you show up to a friend or family member's home, you obviously bring something. That is Thanksgiving. If you are the h...
  • We've Been Here Since Moses

    Some of you know that Pearson Farm has been farming in Crawford County Georgia for a long time. Many of you are aware that the Pearson family has been growing peaches and pecans for five consecutive family generations. But I would guess that very few of you know that we have been here since Moses...
  • We Practice What We Peach

    Here at Pearson Farm, we are getting ready for Father's Day so to get in the spirit of the upcoming holiday Al Pearson did a little grilling with some fresh Georgia Peaches from Pearson Farm. He also enlisted the help of four of his grandsons who assisted in preparing the meal. This recipe is bot...
  • Prayer Changes Things

    For as long as I can remember, a blue magnet shaped like a scroll with the words “Prayer Changes Things” hung on the door of the refrigerator at my house growing up. It's one of those crazy things I took for granted as a child but when I see it hanging on my own refrigerator today, I am transpor...
  • Easter Delivers

    When most people think of Easter they think of baskets, chocolate bunnies and colored eggs. Easter definitely delivers on that. But in truth, Easter is much more. It is sunrise Church services, a time of family, fellowship and reflection. April 16th children everywhere will be searching for their...
  • HOPE

    When you are a fruit and nut farmer and the success of your crop depends on many factors you cannot control, prayer and HOPE are as important to you as the equipment you use and workers you employ. As we make preparations to enter the 2017 Peach Season, we find ourselves relying heavily on praye...
  • What Valentines and Pearson Farm Have in Common

    When you think of your Valentine, you might be thinking of these 3 words that define them: Commitment Patience Love To have a Valentine means that you have already made an emotional commitment. Everyone also knows that patience is a necessary ingredient in any relationship and love is the glue th...
  • My Office: by Al Pearson

    please enjoy this guest post from Mr. Al Pearson.....My office (peach and pecan orchards) is always pleasant, especially in the fall. But usually, pecan leaves just turn brown and fall off. Peach leaves vary in their final days, but seldom make a color statement. But not in 2016! The dry weather ...
  • Alberto and Rosa continued

    I spent some one on one time with Rosa and Alberto earlier this week gathering information for the second part of their post. As I sat with Rosa in her backyard, I was compelled to jot down these few words, Humble, Gentle, Beautiful, Loving, and Strong. The words were written to remind me of cert...