A A & S Farms, Inc.

Making The Land Work For You

About US
This is a family owned and operated local business. We believe in working the land and allowing the land to work for us. We utilize our land in a diversified manner.

We will conduct tours on our farms to enhance young people to become interested in agriculture. Our confined swine nursery facility houses approximately 4,000 pigs, which is a great educational experience for school children and adults. We also have a stewardship forestry program. We can accommodate school field trips, church groups, clubs, agribusiness organizations, etc., for farm tours.

Our Products
Fresh okra (while in season). Okra are grown with black plastic and irrigation, very fresh and tender. Beef cattle sold on foot only. Forestry.

A & A Farms is located at 6089 NC Hwy 210 E, Harrells, NC., in Bladen County. We are located on Hwy 210 E, approx. 46 miles southeast of Fayetteville.

*From Fayetteville: Take hwy 210 South, cross hwy 242, 701, 41, we are 1 1/4 miles on left. You will see 2 ponds on left at our home.

*From Lumberton: Take hwy 41 E, at intersection 41/210, turn right onto 210, located 1 1/4 miles on left.

*From Wilmington: Take hwy 421 N to Harrells, turn left onto hwy 41, approx. 12 miles, at intersection 41 & 210, turn left, located 1 1/4 miles on left.

*From Raleigh: Take hwy 40 E to Newton Grove, take hwy 701 S, through Clinton, continue through Garland, turn left onto hwy 210, cross hwy 41, located 1 1/4 miles on left.

*From Clinton: use same directions as listed above from Raleigh.

Hours of Operation
8:00 - 5:00 Monday - Saturday

Web Site
6089 NC 210 Hwy E, Harrells, NC 28444

Here's where you can find our products
Inquiries may call 910.532.4974


A A & S Farms, Inc.
Albert & Ada Beatty
6089 NC 210 Hwy E
Harrells, NC 28444
Phone: Home 910.532.4974
Fax 910.532.4233
Fax: 910.532.4233

Special News

Fresh Okra usually producing until frost. $32.00 per bushel (32 lbs)or $1.50 per pound for amounts under 32 pounds.

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