Weaver Farms is in its fourth generation as a family-owned business in the town of Holcomb in Missouri’s bootheel. Their earliest record of growing watermelons comes from all the way back in 1935 and they have been providing high quality produce to the public ever since.
Terry Don Weaver took over the watermelon production of Weaver Farms in 1975. Over forty-six years later, he and Becky Weaver remain the owners of Weaver Farms and Produce, a row crop and produce farm. Each year they grow watermelons, cantaloupes, cotton, corn, soybeans, wheat, and purple hull peas.
You can find melons from Weaver Farms all over the state of Missouri and surrounding areas where they are known for their great quality and sweet taste.