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The sausage that gets
fan mail

Sausage fan mail
To the makers of Georgia Special chicken and pork smoked sausage, as a avid grill master for over thirty years please allow me the pleasure to boast about one of the finest products that I've ever worked with. That's right you guys got it going on, don't change anything concerning the recipe. Recently my church had it's annual cook-out and i introduced your product to about sixty a so people, before they tasted the goodness i verbally painted a picture and plate of what they were in for, from the way they would look on the grill during cooking to the good-old fashion taste that struck-up nostalgia. Well once they came off the grill it was pure pandemonium, and might i add you made me look good. The juice did what it should on the bun(potato roll) everyone has me shopping for them, so far they are only available at the Marine Corp Base Commissary here in Virginia. Never the less thank you for a wonderful brand of goodness.

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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.