Georgia Peanuts: Through the Eyes of a Farmer – Ken Hall – Video

    It’s #FarmerFriday and time for you to meet Ken Hall from Worth County, Georgia! Ken farms in Worth, Tift and Turner counties. He is a third-generation farmer who farms alongside his father and son, a fourth-generation farmer. On their farm, they predominately grow peanuts but also grow cotton and some wheat.

    The 2021 peanut crop marks Ken’s 42nd crop that he has produced. Ken has fond memories of growing up on the farm. He vividly remembers walking through the fields with his father, trying to step on the footprints that his father made walking in front of him. Conservation and attention to the land is something that is very important to Ken. He frequently says, “If you’re good to the land, it’ll be good to you.”

    Look for this video and more in the series on the Georgia Peanuts Facebook page or the Georgia Peanut Commission YouTube page.

    Be sure to share it with your friends and use the hashtags – #ThroughTheEyesofaFarmer




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