Georgia Grown Article
Jaemor Farms was recently featured in the Georgia Grown
magazine. The over 100 year old farm was acknowledged for being a family owned farm with three generations currently at work. What once was a stopping destination for travelers is now the largest roadside market in the country. As the locally grown movement progresses throughout the nation, farmers see an increase in demand. Jaemor Farms has felt this demand grow by at least 25% as they have made their way into restaurants and school lunch programs. Jaemor maintains a diverse market of fresh produce, homemade baked goods, jams, jellies and boiled peanuts. As the industry’s demand grows, the Echols family recognizes the need for education and marketing in order to run an efficient and profitable business. To read the full article please click link below.
The Next Generation of Farmers Cultivates Marketing and Technology