ADAMS FARM
1486 GEORGIA HIGHWAY 54 WEST
FAYETTEVILLE, GEORGIA 30214
770-461-9395
OUR FARM HISTORY
Three generations of growing vegetables
has established the Adams family as a
tradition in Fayetteville, Georgia, and the
surrounding counties.  This family tradition
began with grandfather,
John Adams, and
continued with father,
Marvin Adams.  Both
were truck farmers who sold their produce
to the wholesale markets.  The primary
crops in the early days were collards and
turnip greens.  Son,
Russell Adams, entered
the business in the mid-seventies and began
to diversify the business with other
varieties of vegetables still being sold only
to wholesalers.
The family farm market had its beginning in
1977 when Marvin and Russell set up a table on
the property to sell surplus tomatoes from the
garden.  Adams Farm has continued to grow
and now there is a large and
spacious market
displaying fruits and vegetables of all kinds
most grown on the premises.

Inside the busy farm market
Virginia Adams
can be found greeting customers and taking
care of the day to day business matters.
Daughter,
Terri Adams, who is the community
and special events coordinator, is busy outside
with school groups touring the farm.
Since 1977 Adams Farm has expanded to include U-Pic strawberries,
blackberries, and blueberries all in an effort to continue the tradition
started by our family in those early years.