“We appreciate the hard work and dedication the Strickland’s have for farming our land and the practices they use on our farm to protect the environment. We would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone.”
Strickland Farming Partnership is a progressive eighth generation diversified crop and livestock family farm operation. Garrett and his son Reggie still farm much of the land their ancestors farmed as far back as 1861.
Today, Strickland Farming operates in Wayne, Sampson, and Duplin counties farming over 4000 acres of corn, soybeans, wheat, tobacco, pickle cucumbers, pepper, squash and sweet potatoes and finishing over 22,000 swine each year for Prestage Farms.
By 2005, our corn, soybeans and wheat acreage had expanded so much that we constructed a grain handling facility. We also have three semi-trucks and three hopper bottom trails which were purchased so we could handle moving the 270,000 bushels of grain. Recently, Strickland Farming has begun to buy grains for other area farmers who wanted help marketing their grains due to lack of storage or drying facilities. Read More
In 1990 we started a swine finishing operation with two confinement houses. By 1995, we purchased a farm and built 8 additional houses. We now have a total of 12 houses for finishing hogs under contract with Prestage Farms. Read More
- One of our long-time land owners
“Now in our second-year cash renting out land to Strickland Farming, we have been thoroughly pleased with how they have farmed our land, treated us with respect, and taken the time to talk with us anytime they are here.”One of our newest land owners