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  • 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,...
  • Thank you from Al Pearson

    We are hopeful that each of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving spent with Family, Friends, Fellowship, and Fabulous Food that included a pecan pie or 2 made with Pearson Farm pecans. As we finish this Thanksgiving season, we thought it only fitting to end with thankful thoughts from Mr. Al……I was...
  • The Cleaning Plant is Thankful

    We are in the throes of pecan season out here at Pearson Farm, and boy or boy are we busy. We have seen 30+ wagons pull into the cleaning plant. That equates to about 300,000 pounds of pecans which, if we get really detailed, amounts to right around 16,500,000 individual nuts that have been thr...
  • Jose' and Maria

    We chose Jose' and Maria to be our Thanksgiving interviewees this week. We hope you enjoy learning a little about these 2 sweet “FAMILY” members and what they are most thankful for this year……. Jose' has worked for Pearson Farm 30+ years. He started picking peaches when he came to the Farm all ...
  • Thank you Jody

    November is here ya'll, and we couldn't be more excited. The 11th month of the year means pecan season is in full swing out here at Pearson Farm. Tractors and Red Wagons are constant sightings. Our phones are ringing, a lot, as folks from all over are preparing for baking and gift giving. Locals ...
  • The Cleaning Plant

    Since we had such a huge response from Mr. Al's videos last week, we thought we would share a few more pictures of the pecan harvesting process here at Pearson Farm.  Once the wagons are filled with pecans from the harvesters, they are pulled by tractor over a pit where the nuts, sticks, dirt, an...
  • Pecan Season is HERE!!

    Pecan season has officially arrived at Pearson Farm. The ground is quaking from the vibrations of the pecan shakers, and the orchards are full of dust created by the sweepers, as they sweep the pecans into rows for the harvesters to pick up. Once the harvester's hopper is full, the nuts will be d...
  • Progress

    PROGRESS is defined as movement toward a goal, growth or development. At Pearson Farm, we are defining it a tad more literally these days. Progress for us looks like expansion, addition and renovation. Suffice it to say that we have been BUSY!!! Most years the weeks between the end of peach seaso...
  • Dog Days of Summer

    The Dog Days of Summer are upon us here at the Farm. Zenithland is always HOT n the summer but late August can be absolutely stifling with all the heat and humidity that only middle Georgia can provide. These final summer days on the Farm are filled with tractors slowly mowing rows and rows in p...
  • I Spy with My Little Eye...

    When my children were younger, one of our favorite games was, “I Spy…….” We would sit all snuggled up in a chair on rainy afternoons and on more road trips than I could begin to count. We would take turns spying, giving hints, and guessing. We've used car windows while sitting in traffic, our fav...
  • Buttons

    Mr. Al came by my office early this week and said he'd like for me to write my post about buttons. I'll be honest with ya'll, I didn't know what he was talking about…. They call Lawton's son Sutton, “button” sometimes, so I thought maybe he had a story he wanted to tell me about that little cutie...
  • People, Preserves, Progress and Peaches

    People, Preserves, Progress and Peaches are words that have been uttered over and over again this week.People have been filling our parking lot and rocking chairs daily. Many of these People are locals who just drop in for an afternoon snack of delicious peach or butter pecan ice cream while othe...