The Farm
One of the things that sets the Farm apart is the atmosphere which provides a unique Southern feel that keeps drawing people to our place.

 The annual events held at the farmstead offer many opportunities for visitors of all ages to catch a glimpse of a way of life that is fading away in today's modern movements. The children often enjoy many farm activities, such as petting the animals, playing on the farm, and participating in various contests.


Located outside of Richton, Mississippi, Fulmer’s Farmstead is a horse-drawn produce farm operated by the Ken Fulmer family. Welcoming everyone from school and church groups to families and travelers, Fulmer’s Farmstead features a historic homesteading atmosphere with century old cabins, resourceful livestock, and a fully-operating general store. 

The farm includes Fulmer’s General Store – an old-time general store with bulk foods, hardware, a bakery, and a café serving a daily home-cooked lunch. The store is open year round, Monday-Saturday (8am-5pm).

Fulmer’s Farmstead is also the site of the Mississippi Pecan Festival, one of the largest family festivals in the South. The Pecan Festival features artisan exhibitors, crafts, music, food and farming demonstration. Approaching its 28th year, the festival always takes place the last weekend in September.
"Home cooked food at a good price with a great atmosphere. Basically a one stop shop for just about anything you need. From food, clothing, ingredients and supplies for around the house. It's a local family business taking care of family."

- Spencer Grant, 2016
We grow a range variety of products. On the farm you'll find some of the South's finest garden variety tomatoes, sweet yellow and red creole onions, potatoes, peppers, cucumbers, zucchini squash, eggplants, and more.
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Aside from the fresh produce and the usual events, the farmstead provides a beautiful view and Southern country feel. Huge pecan trees provide a nice shade for a walk to explore the animals and the old cabins. The lunch is home cooked and offers an "like grandma used to cook" experience.

"We love this place. We go to MS pecan festival and Christmas in the orchard and we also have lunch there at different times.
Very nice place and the people are so nice."

-Ann Wagner, 2016
Lynn and Duke are two strong Percheron draft horses that have been working on the farm for several years helping in the production of natural, fresh, horse-powered produce. 
Horse Powered Produce
All high quality natural produce