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Check down below to find out improvements we have made around the farm and what new sections of vegetables are open, when in season. You can also check us out on FACEBOOK for regular updates throughout the year.

 

What's fresh this week?

(June 18th) All peas are opened at this time. Tomatoes will be ready mid week.

 

(June6th Update) Butterbeans, green and speckled/colored, are now open. Please keep in mind that they are on the young side. Along with the butterpeas. It looks like the Ford Hoo limas will be ready towards beginning of next week. A new section of italian roma snap beans and cucumbers is now open. New section of blue lakes will be ready sometime next week. Tomatoes about 1.5 weeks off. We have cantaloupe now up at the barn. Watermelon about 2 weeks off from being ready. Field corn in about a week. This coming weekend will be the last u-pick potato weekend. Pinkeyes and Blackeyes look like they will become ready Monday of next week. WIth thie cool SPring we have experienced it has delayed our crops by approximately  a week.

 

(June 1st Update) Okra is now open for u-pick. Pinkeye and blackeye peas are expected to be ready towards the end of next week. Sweet corn orders will be filled next week. Cantaloupe should be ready next week as well. 

 

(May 29th Update) New section of blue lake snap beans has opened along with some of the peppers. Okra should be ready by this coming weekend. This weekend will most likely be the last red potato weekend for u-pick. Dark peas should be ready by next week along with sweet corn. We also offer fresh cut dill and cilantro up at the barn.

 

(May 25th Update) A new section of Italian Roma snap beans has been opened. Locally grown peaches are available prepicked at the barn. 

 

(May 19th Update)  A new section of blue lake snap beans opened yesterday. Cucumbers are now available for u-pick. 

 

(May 12th Update) We currently have red potatoes, collards, and snap beans available for u-pick. Up at the barn we have red potatoes, snap beans, vidalia onions, and honey. Looking forward to Monday, May 14th, yellow squash will be opened for u-pick. Towards the end of the month the 1st pulling of bicolor sweet corn.

What's New Around the Farm...

  • In the Spring of 2018 we made improvements to our produce barn by adding walls and a store front. We aim to provide our customers with a pleasant shopping experience. With the addidtion, we are able to place more produce out on display, along with adding merchandise such as jams and jellies, t-shirts, and more that are coming soon, later in Summer. We have also added a continuous sheller to our shelling line up. This will allow for us to shell larger quantities of peas and butterbeans at a faster pace.  
  • In 2017 we have taken ground that has previously been utilized as a hay field into workable, vegetable ground.  An overhead irrigation has been placed to maximize it's capability.  We look forward to using the added acreage in years to come for much needed crop rotation while we continue to expand our crop selection. The first crop being sweet potatoes. 
  • In Spring 2016 we added some new elements to the produce barn. We added cement and walls to create a more inviting market for our customers to enjoy. Keeping with the open, roadside appeal.
  • (2015) Over the past 2 years we have added an additional 20 acres to our growing vegetable crop. Along with more acreage we have also added a second irrgation system that helps us grow those yummy veggies everyone loves so much! Our u-pick operation spans over 90 acres. Our season starts Mother's Day weekend each Spring and runs into the first part of July. We open back up for our Fall crops the first of September.

Contact Details

Long Farms

 

2822 Old Whigham Rd

Bainbridge, GA 39817

 

Phone: (229) 246-8086
Email: longfarmsnatural@gmail.com

 

Or use our contact form.

Hours of Operations (Seasonal)

 

Monday - Friday

7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

Saturday

7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

 

CLOSED Sunday

What's Fresh?

Availability of produce changes from week-to-week, season-to-season.

Check here U-Pick for current produce.

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