ABOUT "Daisy Adams Farm"
Come visit Daisy Adams Farm this spring for locally grown strawberries, blueberries, and other fresh produce. We are also looking forward to offering a full lineup of fall activities including a corn maize, hayride and other educational and social opportunities for people of all ages! Daisy Adams Farm is truly a first generation farm. Agriculture and education have long been a passion of the Evans family. In 2007, Jed graduated from the University of Georgia with a BS in Agriculture. In 2010, Jed and Shanna married, and that same year planted their first blueberry bushes. The joint goal was to one day be able to have a true family farm. In 2013, the Evans family purchased the 55 acre farm on Daisy Adams Road and began putting a plan together to have a full agricultural educational working farm. With help from family and close friends, an acre of strawberries were planted for their first "u-pick" crop. In the spring of 2014, we will finally offer our first commodities to sell directly to the public. The farm, as all farms are, is a work in progress, but we are excited to see what the future holds. In the fall of 2014 we will offer a corn maze and other fall activities for families to come out and enjoy. Next time you're close by, stop in and visit for a while. We hope to see you soon! Come visit Daisy Adams Farm in the fall for exciting new adventures on the farm including: 5 Acre Corn Maize Hayrides Farm Animals Pumpkin Patch Corn Cannons and many more fun activities
DATE & TIME SCHEDULE
Strawberries 2014 Season April - June dependent upon berry availability U-Pick 1 Gallon - $ 12 1 Quart - $ 3 We-Pick 1 Gallon - $ 14 1 Quart - $ 4 Come out to Daisy Adams Farm and start a tradition of picking fresh strawberries. Picking buckets provided. Bring your gallon bucket back on your next trip and receive $ 1 off your next purchase of strawberries. Also,, enjoy some delicious strawberry ice cream while you are picking strawberries. Blueberries 2014 Season May - July dependent upon berry availability We-Pick 1 Pint - $ 3 1 Quart - $ 5 Pick up some fresh blueberries already picked for your convenience to go along with your strawberries. Blueberries are great for jams, pies, cobblers, and are just the perfect for a fresh, healthy snack! Sweet Corn 2014 Season May - June dependent upon availability We-pick 3 ears for $ 1 1 dozen for $3 - *Traveling from Dublin West on I-16 take exit 39 for Cochran traveling SW on HWY 26. Travel 15.4 miles, then turn right traveling NW on HWY 23. Take next right after .3 mile on Daisy Adams Road. Arrive at Daisy Adams Farm .5 mile. *Traveling from Macon East on I-16 take exit 12 Huber/Sgoda Road traveling SW for 1 mile. Turn left on GA HWY 87 US HWY 23 traveling SE for 24.9 miles. Turn left on Daisy Adams Rd. Arrive at Daisy Adams Farm in .5 mile. *Traveling from Warner Robins East on HWY 96 turn right onto GA HWY 87 US HWY 23. Travel 10.4 miles, then turn left on Daisy Adams Rd. Arrive at Daisy Adams Farm in .5 miles. *Traveling from Eastman NW on US HWY 23 GA HWY 87 travel 23 miles. Continue right for US HWY 23 GA HWY 87 for 2.8 miles. Turn right on Daisy Adams Rd. Arrive at Daisy Adams Farm in .5 miles. *Traveling from Cordele North on I-75 take exit 112 HWY 27 for Hawkinsville. Travel East on GA HWY 27 for 17.7 miles. Turn right traveling East on US HWY 129 GA HWY 27 GA for 5.2 miles. Turn left traveling NE on GA HWY 26 US HWY 129 for 10.4 miles. Turn left traveling on HWY 23 for .3 miles. Turn right on Daisy Adams Road. Arrive at Daisy Adams Farm in .5 miles.
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230 Daisy Adams Road, Cochran, Georgia, 31014