Looking forward to an even better 2019? With New Year’s resolutions and plenty of superstitions to increase the odds why not choose one that tastes good too. If you are looking for a little extra help in the good luck and financial prosperity department, do what we do here in the South, eat black-eyed peas or purple hulls and collard greens on New Year’s Day, and don’t forget the cornbread!
In America, Memorial Day is a holiday dedicated to honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.Many people visit cemeteries and memorials, to honor specific people that they know who died in military service.
William L Brown Farm market is a strong supporter of the U.S. Military. We want to take this opportunity to say thank you to all of the men and women who have served this great country. We would especially like to thank those who gave their life in service of this land. There is no greater sacrifice.
Unofficially, Memorial Day also marks the beginning of the summer season. This is the time when our Farm Market is preparing to open. This year, due to longer than usual winter conditions and the ripening of our crops, we will open a little later. Our expected first day of operation will be June 8. This will solely depend on exactly when the crops are ripe and ready for harvest. We will keep you informed.
In the meantime, Happy Memorial Day and thank you for all of those who have served.
Georgia has always been agriculturally rich, having a long-standing reputation for producing the highest quality peaches. But beyond peaches, Georgia is an abundant resource for a variety of vegetables, apples, Vidalia onions and many other fruits. It may surprise you to also know that Georgia is the number one perennial state in producing peanuts, chickens, pecans, and blueberries. Other top Georgia agriculture includes cotton, watermelon, rye, sweet corn, bell peppers, tomatoes, cantaloupes, and cabbage.
This may be why Georgia is such a popular destination for agritourism.
Nestled in the southern heartland about 2 hours south of Atlanta, Montezuma is the home of William L Brown Farm Market. This is a family owned and operated farm market started in 1966. This is also the most authentic farm market in the sense that they are both an actual working farm and the market. The location in Montezuma on 4623 GA-49, Montezuma, GA 31063 boast remarkably fresh produce as you can see the fruit on the vines and the trees from your car as you pull in.
William L Brown Farm Market grows a wide variety of farm fresh produce including Elberta peaches, several old-fashioned varieties of peas and butterbeans, tomatoes, squash and cucumbers all selected for local growing area and soil. You can also treat yourself to a vast assortment of “Farmer Brown” brand gourmet foods; jams, jellies, pickles, relishes, sauces, local honey and salad dressings. And if that isn’t enough you can try their famous homemade real Peach ice cream, sherbet and desserts. All made in the market and all farm fresh.
William L Brown Farm Market supports Georgia’s vision is to preserve agricultural traditions and increase awareness of Georgia family farms. They provide activities and educational tours to highlight awareness of lesser known farm varieties.