Calhoun Produce gears up for 'Fall Fun on the Farm'
People from near and far have been visiting Calhoun Produce this Fall for butter beans and peas, but also for the fun on the farm.
Calhoun Produce hopes to teach visitors about agriculture while they're there enjoying the eight-acre corn maze, wagon rides to see the animals, live pig races and much more.
This year, each Saturday through the first week of November, folks will be able to enjoy flashlight night in the corn maze with smores and a bonfire after.
Sheila Rice, with Calhoun Produce, says that it's a great place to come, "we have a great educational experience. There's live pig races, you get to learn all about the animals. It's great for families and you don't have to drive to North our South Georgia, we're right in the middle and no more than an hour away from most nearby counties."
Saturday, November 4 is the last chance to head out for some Fall fun on the farm during the day and join in on the flashlight night from eight to ten.
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