Mar 13, 2023
B&H Farms named Vidalia onion Grower of the Year

B&H Farms was named the 2022 Grower of the Year by the Vidalia Onion Committee during its annual awards banquet.

“We congratulate Chase and Ben of B&H Farms for this fantastic accomplishment,” Cliff Riner, chairman of the Vidalia Onion Committee, said¬† in a news release.

“The 2022 season was another great year for Vidalia onions and we’re looking forward to a good harvest in the coming season.”

A company created by two friends that share a love for farming, Ben Hilliard and Chase Brannen run B&H Farms, which currently grows about 300 acres of Vidalia onions. Their production also consists of watermelons, Angus-crossed cattle, and a rotation between peanuts and cotton. They additionally take part in fundraising initiatives run by Shriner Temples, Masonic Lodges, and 4-H groups around the nation.

B&H Farms is a pioneer in contemporary farming thanks to their commitment to quality and technology. They have tried to continually adapt new practices and technology into the operation, including investment in machinery, land purchases and irrigation systems to continuously improve their functions. B&H is strongly committed to using new processes and technology to increase the quality of their products.

“We appreciate this honor so much. We’ve been working at this a long time, and it’s great to have this accomplishment,” Hilliard said. “You’ve been very generous and inviting in an industry that is not always inviting, and for that, we are grateful. Hopefully, we will have a great crop this year. We love what we do, and we will continue to do it.”




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