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Blog: Sharing the Bounty

  • Waiting on the Grey Van

    On May 27, 2019, our friend Mr. Otis Bray left his earthly home to join the angels in heaven.  He will be missed dearly.  A tribute to one of the best, Mr. Otis Bray: Mr. Bray (maybe Mr Otis} showed up at our farm 10 or so years ago to get some pecans. We started talking (Imagine That!) and I lea...
  • Pearson Farm Walks the Red Carpet

    Last week, Pearson Farm attended the Taste of Southern event a few miles south of the farm, in Perry.  We were privileged to be in the company of many great restaurants and caterers, along with 800 of our closest friends.  We served our Buttermilk Pecan Pie and just as expected, the response was...
  • 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...
  • 25 YEARS AND COUNTING

    This week we are celebrating these valued Pearson Farm FAMILY members. Maribel, Vicki, Gary, Israel, and Jose'. They have all worked 25 consecutive years on the Farm. So in case you're counting, that is 250,000 combined hours they have given to Pearson Farm!! We are so lucky to call them FAMILY. ...
  • Because HE Lives

    Easter coincides with the full moon, and historically there is always a cold snap right before Easter Sunday. For Pearson Farm, Easter brings a sigh of relief, for we have made it through the cold dark winter, and the rising sun brings forth hope that our crop has made it through and now it's tim...
  • Old Men Don't Grow Peaches

    If I've heard him say it once, I've heard him say it 100 times, "old men don't grow peaches." After years like 2017 and weeks like the last two, it's easy to understand why Mr. Al says it. Restless days and sleepless nights spent worrying about freezing temps and frost will turn even a young man'...
  • Moving Day

    I'm not sure what the weather is like in your neck of the woods, but it is definitely starting to feel like spring out on the Farm. The peaches are beginning to bloom in preparation for the new season. We'll tell you more about that in the coming weeks, but today I wanted to share a story about a...
  • A Zenith, Georgia LOVE Story

    As I was researching material for this story, I looked up the meaning of LVE. There is TONS of information available on the subject….. page after page on google shares definitions of love, images portraying love, movies and songs about love and even advice on how to find love. However, the one th...
  • How much sleep do you need?

    How much sleep do you need?? That always seems to be the question when it comes to raising children. Adults even keep track of our sleep patterns, as we strive to lead healthier lives. Last year when our peaches didn't get enough cold hours, I heard someone say, “It's not time for them to wak...
  • Saying goodbye to 2017

    As we get ready to close the books on 2017, it seems fitting to reflect back on this year we will bid ado in a few short days. 2017 posed many challenges to Pearson Farm. From record breaking, warm winter days to multiple, freezing spring nights, we lost almost our entire peach cr...
  • Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

     From the Elves who packaged and shipped your gifts this Holiday season and the rest of our Pearson Farm FAMILY, we want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!! We will be closed to celebrate this special time of year beginning Saturday, December 23, and will return on Tuesday...
  • Santa Claus

    Christmas has arrived at Pearson Farm!! Holiday baking is filling the Farm with wonderful scents. We are entering customer gift lists, and checking them twice. Our Pearson Farm elves are busy making beautiful gift boxes and tins full of delicious Flavored Pecans, Sweet Peach Jellies,...