In Autumn of 2015 we did harvest our first pecans from our earliest trees. In 2017 we had our first measurable pecan crop. The nuts are very good in appearance and taste.
Since our trees are young and just now coming into production it is difficult to tell how many pounds of nuts we may offer for sale at harvest time each year.
The harvest for 2018 and 2019 was small, only about 30 pounds for each year. The nut quality is very good. It is amazing how different the taste and flavor is when comparing store bought, nuts to fresh nuts.
We also have a well equipped woodworking shop here on the farm. We do our own repair and maintenance work on our many barns, sheds and other types of outbuildings.
During the cold winter months we make a few signs for our friends and family, gifts for special occasions etc. Our signs are all hand made. We use locally grown and harvested Southern Yellow Pine, finished with premium exterior grade paints.
We make rustic and classic/traditional signs. The signs we make could one day turn into a small business but we are not ready commit to all of the legal & tax issues yet.
Prices range from $40.00 to $150.00 depending on what you want.
Myself in the bright shirt with my dad beside one of our Mandan trees. This tree was seven years old at the time of this picture. Other Mandan trees in the background. Picture taken in the month of July, trees looking pretty good!
Heritage Grove Pecan Farm