Our farm dates back to the late 19th century when Martha Correll purchased the land for her son Franklin Edgar. His son Eubert Talton (E.T.) later managed the farm and started raising produce and a small herd of dairy cattle. In 1938, E.T. did many improvements to the dairy and began selling Grade A Milk. His sons Sam and Eubert continued the farming tradition and operated the dairy and began growing tomatoes in the late 1950's. Sam's son David returned to the farm in 1996. In 2005 the decision was made to transition from a dairy to primarily vegetable production. Today, David and his wife Cheryl are happy to be raising their children, Josie and Talton on the farm. Josie and Talton are the 6th generation of Corrells to call the farm home! We are recognized as a NC Century Farm, by the NC Department of Agriculture.
Currently, we raise about 30 acres of vegetables and 150 acres of soybeans/field corn. 35 Hereford and Angus cows roam the pastures once occupied by the dairy cattle. In 2017, Talton decided to start raising chickens, in order to sell eggs. A small flock of Shropsire and commercial sheep also make their home on the farm.