By Kay S. Pedrotti
In the not-too-distant future, Honeywood Farm will become a known “brand” for organic fruits and vegetables and meat that isn’t mass-produced, chemically altered or over-processed, says Edward Mitchell III.
Ed, known as “Junior” though the designation actually belongs to his father, his wife Amy and daughter Isabel are embarking on the new farming venture.
Photo by: Nolan George “The running bull” may find himself on packages of organic foods and home-grown meats with no chemical alterations. Ed Mitchell (second from right) and his family, wife Amy and daughter Isabel (taking charge of the bull) are starting fruit orchards, organic gardens and other sustainable farming practices. Clay Allen (left) Honeywood Farm manager, is excited about the new effort also.