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I was born and raised on a farm about 5 miles from Folkston, Georgia. This was back in the days when farm folks butchered their own cattle and hogs and made bacon, ham and sausages. My grandmother whom I lived with had the reputation for making the best smoked pork sausage in the county and after eating sausages in many parts of America I feel the reputation would apply to many places beside Charlton county, Georgia. Last month I was visiting my sister in Jacksonville, FL. While at my sister's, my niece brought sausage for our breakfast and my sister and I both agreed that were the closest to Granny's we had ever had. After getting the name of the store from which they were purchased I went down and bought some more and when I left to come back to Hawaii I brought 10 lbs with me and have been getting very good response from the people who have tasted them.
Honolulu, HI

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Mini Sampler $31.00

Don't want to commit to a whole box of our savory sausages? This sampler lets you pick and choose among our varieties. Then on your next order you can get 10 or 15 lbs of your favorite! Pick what you want so that the total is 5 packages.

Premium Sausage Sampler $49.05

Try all our great flavors with the Sunset Farm Brand Premium Sausage Sampler! You get a little of everything.


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Back in 1918, Walter W. Carroll started selling two sides of beef a week to Flashers Meat Market on Ashley St. in Valdosta, Georgia.

In 1932, his son, James D. Carroll, joined him in the business. That same year they purchased the land where the company sits today.