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Get ready for some scrumptuous peaches, pecans and peach ice cream. Pearson Farm consists of 900 acres of bearing trees and 450 acres of young trees.
Peaches at Dickie FarmsPeaches & More - My Father always told me, "Son, if you're ever going to make any money, you're going to make it off of a tree." I guess he was right. I've spent my life working peach trees and pecan trees. I am heavily committed to trees as the focus of our business for years to come.

My Father's advice was right, so far, but not complete. He left out the equally important requirement for a successful peach and pecan farm's dependable, talented, dedicated employees. Pearson Farm is blessed to inherit a staff that is unequalled; from David, our farm foreman since 1982; to Vicki, a superwoman office manager; to Israel and Maribel, children of our first Hispanic crew leader who now occupy the crew leader and accountant seats; to Frank, manager of the Hotel. It takes 200 special people to produce a marketable crop to support an enterprise such as Pearson Farm. We all make our Harvest money from trees.

Sweet Georgia Peach Varieties
Currently Pearson farm is growing over 30 varieties of peaches developed specifically for central Georgia. During the Summer our sweet, juicy peach varieties will be available through mid August. You can stop by and pick them up or use our online ordering system to ship fresh peaches to friends, family, co-workers and yourself!
Pearson Farm
Ganas Pecan Farm PecansPecans - We grow several varieties of pecans, including Cape Fear, Davis, Dependable, Desirable, Elliot, Farley, Gloria Grande, Schley, Stuart, Sumner, and Wichita.

Our most popular varieties are:
Desirable - A "semi paper-shell" with a high yield and attractive color and shape. The most popular pecan for all- round use.

Elliot - Always our personal favorite. Small, almost round nut with a hard shell. We like to say they're hard to get into, but well worth it. With a high oil content and sweet buttery flavor, it's the best for roasting or eating, plain by the handful.

Schley - The "paper-shell" pecan; Thin easy to crack shell which produces a greater percentage of meat to shell than any other variety.
Hours
May-August (Peaches) November-January (Pecans) 8am-5pm.
Phone, Address, Directions & Website
Phone: 478-827-0750 - Address: 5575 Zenith Mill Rd., Crawford Georgia 31030 - Directions: 5 miles north of Fort Valley just off Hwy. 341. Turn left on ZenithMill Rd., go 1 mile to packing house on right. Website: www.pearsonfarm.com
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