2009 Peanut Profitability Award Winners

2009 Lower Southeast Winner, T.E. Moye, Jr.

T.E. Moye, Jr., of Newton, Ga., says there isn’t just one key to efficient peanut production, but rather it’s a combination of several things. This approach is what helped to earn him the 2009 Peanut Profitability Award for the Lower Southeast, including Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and Florida....

2009 Upper Southeast Winner, John Crumpler

Producing 5,700 pounds of peanuts per acre is just part of the success story of Suffolk, Va. farmer John Crumpler — the 2009 Peanut Profitability Award winner for the Upper Southeast....

2009 Southwest Winner, Weldon Shook

Weldon Shook has always wanted to farm. He grew up on a farm near Seagraves, Texas, and told his dad early on that he wanted to pursue that career....

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