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Back to the basics
Benji Anderson rides a 1060 John Deere tractor as a view from the barn loft reveals a pecan tree-lined entry road to the Old Freeman Family Farm as the family gears up for opening their gates to the public.
A Screven County family hopes a centennial farm that already has provided a lifetime of memories can drum up a few more this fall. In an effort to extend traditional farm-life experiences to a generation of people unfamiliar with an agrarian lifestyle, brothers Benji and Garrett Anderson, along with father, Danny, and mother, Becky, have transformed much of their 150-acre farm into a family attraction open to visitors every weekend through Thanksgiving. “Everyone likes to come to a farm,” said Garrett Anderson.
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