Six generations of the Paulk family have farmed this land, from traditional row crops (cotton, peanuts, soybeans, etc.) to a variety of fruits, including the mighty muscadine, which was first planted in 1970. The Paulk family has established a legacy in the muscadine industry, growing from that first vine to over 600 acres of muscadines and scuppernongs harvested for fresh produce sales, as well as processing into juices, jellies, supplements, and wine.
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