1 day ago
‼2021 Season Starts Now‼
We are NOW OPEN in Montezuma
Our first customers of the season stocked up pretty good, but left plenty of farm fresh goodies for you. See list below.
No Peaches Yet
Tomatoes (roma, grape, cherry, slicing)
Peppers (bell, hot, cubanelle)
Onions (spring & Vidalia)
Watermelons (with seeds)
Cucumbers (pickling & select)
Potatoes (sweet, Idaho & red)
Ice Cream (peach, strawberry & blueberry)
Our farm sourced gourmet jams, jellies, sauces & more!
NEW this year - Hanging potted plants ... See MoreSee Less
Love to come shop but can’t find anything on your page that tells me where you are! Maybe I missed it?
Will be seeing ya'll soon, probably wait om peaches.... <3
I hope you open in Columbus again!
How much are the squash for a box
Are you planning on opening the one in Columbus??????
Yaaayyy 😍👍🏻we were waiting for this day!
I'm soo happy!!!!!!!!
Rebecca W. Grimes
You have any green tomatoes? My husband loves them
Tina Collins let’s go next weekend
Matthew Coleman Angie Coleman
Can you show me a picture of spaghetti squash? I’m not sure what it is. Maybe I do but didn’t know that was the name.
Are these imports? I have never seen local okra and tomatoes ready this early in Georgia.
KimJohn Schimek they’re open!
If only you guys would respond to my message... 🙁
Happy Earth Day! We're busy tending to the fields getting ready for another great season at William L Brown Farm Market, Montezuma...who's ready? Opening day will be announced soon...
"A good farmer cares about the land he uses and always wants to leave it better than it was handed to him, always improving and making things better." ~ Louis Morton
#EarthDay #earthdayeveryday #Earthday2021 #farmlife #georgiafarm ... See MoreSee Less
I am SO ready for fresh tomatoes, squash and okra!! 😊
We areeee 🙋🏻♀️😍😍want fresh vegetables, melons and the ice creams 🤤😋
Ready when y'all are ☺️, hope to see peaches soon
Happy Monday! Share your favorite joke with us & our fans so we can all have a good laugh😆😂🤣 Keep it clean please.
Why shouldn’t you tell a secret on a farm? Answer below.
Because the potatoes have eyes and the corn has ears
#NationalHumorMonth #FarmJokes #FarmHumor #FarmLife #FruitsandVegetables ... See MoreSee Less
Good one haha
3 weeks ago
10 Fun Facts about Pecans for #NationalPecanDay
1️⃣The name “pecan” is a Native American word that was used to describe nuts requiring a stone to crack.
2️⃣The pecan capital of the world is Albany, Georgia, which boasts more than 600,000 pecan trees.
3️⃣Pecan trees are native to North America and over 80% of the world’s pecan crop comes from the United States.
4️⃣Pecan trees produce nuts on alternate bearing years – one year heavy, one year light.
5️⃣The pecan pie was created by French people who had settled in New Orleans.
6️⃣The pecan is heart healthy and contains antioxidants, 19 vitamins and minerals and healthy fat. One of the mineral components is zinc, which is important in producing testosterone in both males and females.
7️⃣In 1995, Georgia pecan wood was selected by the Atlanta Committee to make the handles of the torches for the 1996 Olympic Games. The torches were carried in the 15,000-mile U.S.A. relay and in the lighting of the Olympic flame in Atlanta on July 19, 1996.
8️⃣About 78 pecans are used in the average pecan pie.
9️⃣Pecan trees can live to be over 200 years old.
🔟One ounce of pecans provides 10% of the recommended daily fiber intake.
#farmfreshpecans #georgiapecans #pecantrees # ... See MoreSee Less
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