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Comanche Snap Shot 944 square miles Founded in 1856 from Coryell and Bosque counties County seat: Comanche Population: 13,974 Cities:

Comanche,

De Leon, Gustine, Proctor

Business with a Family Touch Story and Photographs by Megan Kramer

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n a time where big business seems to rule and the “mom and pop” ideal is struggling to survive, Sorrells Farms stands proudly against the grain. Boasting over 1,200 acres of farm land in Comanche County, this family owned and operated business provides some of the finest products while staying humbly rooted to the core beliefs of hard work and dedication. While pecans are the main focus of

Sorrells Farms, they are also known suppliers of watermelons, cantaloupes, tomatoes, jalapenos, and peaches. Consumers can find these products locally in the Sorrells Farms storefront in Comanche, as well as throughout Texas in grocers such as United Supermarkets. Those strictly looking for pecans or pecan-related goods can order from the Sorrells Farms’ website. Sorrells Farms even exports to China and Hong Kong,

Profile for Cross Timbers Trails

Cross Timbers Trails - Spring/Summer 2012  

A magazine for the Cross Timbers region of Texas

Cross Timbers Trails - Spring/Summer 2012  

A magazine for the Cross Timbers region of Texas

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