Drake Perrow and his brother are fourth generation cotton farmers who are among a growing legion of South Carolina growers who are turning to peanuts as the crop of choice for the future. The State talked to  Perrow in September, 2015 about the growing interest in peanut farming.
Drake Perrow and his brother are fourth generation cotton farmers who are among a growing legion of South Carolina growers who are turning to peanuts as the crop of choice for the future. The State talked to Perrow in September, 2015 about the growing interest in peanut farming. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Drake Perrow and his brother are fourth generation cotton farmers who are among a growing legion of South Carolina growers who are turning to peanuts as the crop of choice for the future. The State talked to Perrow in September, 2015 about the growing interest in peanut farming. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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