Sirmon Farms, family run for over 5 generations, began in the early 1900’s. It has evolved over the past 100 years into one of the largest Sweet Potato processing facilities in the South. Centrally located in Baldwin County Alabama, Sirmon Farms operation now includes over 1,900 acres of land devoted to growing and harvesting Sweet Potatoes, Corn, Cotton, Peanuts and their newest endeavor, Hydroponic Lettuces.
Sirmon Farms has a team of experienced staff working in their office and supervising their farming and processing facilities, and in addition, seasonal workers are employed to help with planting and harvesting. Sirmon Farms family owned operation is not only known for growing great tasting Sweet Potatoes, but also growing roots in our community.
Beauregard - Beauregard varieties, like their close cousins the Covington, also have rose-colored skin and a moist, orange flesh.
Covington - Covington sweet potatoes have a pinkish-colored skin, described as "rose"-like. Flesh is moist and orange.
Orleans – Similar to the Beauregard variety with orange flesh and light rose skin color.