Aries Haygood, our Co-Owner ~ A&M Farms, was recently featured in a promotional video for Major Equipment, where he commented on their 'Cyclone' mower. The mower assists in shredding cover crops, which enables us to not only grow sweet Vidalia Onions, but also corn, soybean, watermelon, and …Read More
The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences visited us recently for a research study on how soil characteristics influence both yield & flavor profile of our Vidalia Onions.
They produced this video overview on their study:
One of our favorite ways to store Vidalia Onions (for long periods of time) is within the veggie bin / crisper within our Refrigerator. We set the bin to low humidity.
We'll typically wrap each Vidalia in a paper towel (newspaper can substitute), and then place onions within …Read More
A question we receive quite often: "Hey, what do your Vidalias look like cut in half?" A question worthy enough of an answer. So here's one of our Vidalia onions we prepped for dinner. Pre-cut, and after cut. Enjoy!
Adam Ragusea, a food scientist & chef on YouTube, recently visited the farm over our 9 month Vidalia onion growing season (2020/2021), & produced this wonderfully researched & articulate video on our industry, our region, and how different folks say 'Vidalia' : )
(Many thanks for visiting, …Read More
Our 2021 shipping season for sweet Vidalia Onions has officially begun!
Here's a quick pic of our Pre-orders waiting for pickup via UPS on Monday, April 26th, 2021.
A deep debt of gratitude to everyone in our packing shed for their help assembling this - we couldn't do …Read More
Exciting news in Vidalia! While Aries has been the farm's General Manager for over 10 years, an opportunity arose recently for him & his wife (Megan) to purchase the entire farm operation. And we're happy to report they succeeded in that effort !
Once the paperwork was finalized, …Read More
It was time for a cleanup, we thought. A refresh online. But nothing too drastic where folks wouldn't recognize us. Our farm has been around for 30 years, after all.
We designed the original version of the website ourselves, and it served us very well over the years. …Read More