Casey and Glenn Cox. Photograph courtesy of Andy Harrison / Georgia Department of Agriculture.

Casey and Glenn Cox. Photograph courtesy of Andy Harrison / Georgia Department of Agriculture.

 

Conservation. Stewardship. Quality. Our connection to the land runs deep. My family closely follows the words of Hugh Hammond Bennett: "Take care of the land, and it will take care of you." Longleaf Ridge is a multi-generational family farm in Georgia committed to sustaining natural resources and producing safe, high quality food products. Bordering the Flint River and situated amidst pine flatwoods and sprawling oak hammocks, our farm is more than just a business - it is our heritage and our home.

We know we would not have the healthy land we have today without the conscientious stewardship of five prior generations. As we transition to the sixth generation, our goal is to continue this legacy of conservation and stewardship for many more generations to come.

We grow sweet corn, peanuts, field corn, and soybeans.


Glenn and Casey Cox introduce the Flint River like it’s a member of their family. And, in many ways, it is.
— Brad Haire, Southeast Farm Press

© Longleaf Ridge Farms 2018