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In 2009, after generations of pecan and row crop farming, Dr. Kim Johnston & son, Blake Johnston, returned to pecan farming. The father & son team’s vision was to provide the freshest, most delicious pecans on the market. Johnston Farms currently owns and operates just over 1,500 acres of pecan orchards in Macon & Crawford counties in Central Georgia. By planting all of our own trees, the company was able to pick only the newest and best pecan varieties which has led to lower input cost while producing larger amounts of higher quality pecans than many other growers.
While most of Johnston Farms pecan crop is sold as bulk in-shell throughout the USA and Asia via brokers, we have hand picked some of our favorite varieties to shell and sell directly to our great Johnston Pecan Farms’ customers at incredibly low prices.
The pecans we sell at Johnston Pecan Farms come from the trees planted and farmed by Johnston Farms in central Georgia.
Blake Johnston, son of Dr. Kim Johnston and Jane Johnston, grew-up and now lives in Macon, Georgia with his wife, Austin Johnston, and three daughters. After graduating from Stratford Academy, in Macon, Georgia, in 2004, Blake studied at the University of Colorado - Boulder, and briefly at Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University. Blake decided, after years in Colorado, he loved the outdoors too much to spend his life stuck in an office as a prosecutor, and decided to start a career in the pecan industry.
Dr. Kim Johnston, one of four sons of late Sanders and Jeanette Johnston, grew-up farming pecans and row crops off Walden Road in south Macon, Georgia. After graduating from Valdosta State College and the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, Dr. Johnston joined the Georgia Neurosurgical Institute, at The Medical Center of Central Georgia, Navicent Health in Macon. He has since provided neurosurgical care at GNI for over 30 years. Dr. Johnston and wife, Pamela Johnston, enjoy spending their spare time on the farm, with their seven grand children, and cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens.