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Sustainable Farming

While this 40-acre farm was originally established in 1909, the current vision and dream of Peach House Farm began in 2015.

Though we are brand new, we are taking the steps to build our business into a family home and farm with sustainable practices such as using solar panels, composting, utilizing goats for clean up, and planting cover crops to help build a more earth friendly business. 

Ultimately, we plan to harvest a variety of cut flowers, vegetables, corn for production/distilling, muscadines, and other produce that will be available for purchase online.

Sustainable practices won’t end at the farm property line, though. Our vision for Peach House Farm includes being intentionally involved in the local community as much as possible, including hiring locally to support farm operations and hosting events that invite the community to experience the farm firsthand.



Our Farmer

In 2021, we hired Stephen Dobek to kick start and oversee all farm operations.

Originally from a suburb of Buffalo, NY, Stephen transitioned from an office career to agriculture in 2012, when he got his first taste of farming in South Carolina. His experience is far-reaching, from grass-fed beef and pastured pork and poultry to organic produce and food preservation. He’s taken his skills from central Georgia to south Georgia and back to the metro Atlanta area, where he formerly oversaw King of Crops. 

Off the clock, you’ll find him off-road cycling, cooking and preserving farm food, hiking and foraging in the woods, and reading.

We’re thrilled to have him on the Peach House Farm team.

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