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About Southern Grace Farms

We are a family owned & operated farm in South Georgia. We grow traditional row crops such as peanuts, cotton, and corn, as well as U-Pick Strawberries and Blackberries in Enigma, GA. We also have a U-Pick Strawberry field in Valdosta, GA.

Warm Winter = Early Strawberries!

    Well as most of you in South Georgia already know, we’ve basically gone from Fall to Spring as Winter forgot to show up this year! That’s great for strawberries b/c as long as we frost protected the few … Continue reading

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Strawberry Field Updates

I’m sorry I’ve been so behind with updating the blog…I seem to never get caught up these days!  We have several things going on at the farm! If you haven’t been this season, there is still time! The strawberries are … Continue reading

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Peanut Flour Sale & Tshirts!

In shuffling our merchandise around as we are building the new store, we realized that we have some peanut flour that we need to sale quickly b/c the best by dates are August 2015.  The flour will last up to … Continue reading

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Praying for rain for our row crops!

Tim McMillan talking with WALB about our peanut and cotton crops.

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Strawberry Time!

It’s strawberry picking time!  We will have strawberries in season until sometime around the end of May or 1st of June.  Our new store is still under construction but we are open for picking and usually have already picked berries … Continue reading

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Country Market being added at Southern Grace Farms!

For years we’ve tossed around the idea of adding a country store to our farm…and we are finally going ahead with it!  BUT with all the rain we had this winter, we are over a month behind in building b/c … Continue reading

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Frost Protection!

We plant our strawberries every year in October.  They grow until the weather gets cold, so in November or December they enter a dormant phase.  In what used to be a typical year :), when we start having some warmer … Continue reading

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