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Farmer Profiles
 
   American Heritage Gardens
   Owner: William Weitzel
   Founded: 2016
   Location: Wake Village, Texas
   Specialty: Heirloom tomatoes​
   Braune Farms
   Owner: Jeffrey and Julia Braune
   Founded: 2007
   Location: Seguin, Texas
   Specialty: Winter squash, kale and other leafy greens  
     Doguet's Rice Milling Company
   Owner: Debbie (Doguet) Robbins
   Founded: 1979
   Location: Beaumont, Texas
   Specialty: Organic and conventional brown and white rice   
     Doodley Dee's Farm
   Owner: Denise (Dee Dee) Bankston
   Location: Karnack, Texas
   Specialty: All-natural produce, fish

     Gray Gardens Farm
   Owner: Billy Gray and the Gray Family
   Founded: Late 1990s
   Location: Buda, Texas
   Specialty: Variety of fruits and vegetables
   Greg Green Farms
   Owner: Greg Green
   Founded: 1915
   Location: Henderson, Texas
   Specialty: Watermelons
     Johnson's Backyard Farm
   Owner: Brenton Johnson
   Founded: 2004
   Location: Cedar Creek, Texas
   Specialty: Organic produce 
     Sides Pea Farm
   Owner: Virginia Sides
   Founded: 1957
   Location: Canton, Texas
   Specialty: Peas 
     Superior Bean & Seed 
   Owner: Jason Trotter
   Founded: 1950s
   Location: Sudan, Texas
   Specialty: Black-eyed peas and pinto beans
     Tierra Del Sol Farms
    Founded: 1985
    Location: Fort Hancock, Texas
   Specialty: Organic meat products 

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