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Eddie Cozart, 43, of Brooksville, who works at Frazier Farms on 20175 Manecke Road in Brooksville is trying to keep up with the demand of customers buying freshly picked corn from the morning harvest on Friday, June 27, 2014. Frazier Farms a family owned farm for over 40 years is coming toward the end of their Summer harvest of selling fresh picked sweet corn from their fields along with other produce. "People like to buy local, so I try to put a perfect ear of corn out here on a daily basis," said David Frazier. "When you put out a good product it sells itself."

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Eddie Cozart, 43, of Brooksville, who works at Frazier Farms on 20175 Manecke Road in Brooksville is trying to keep up with the demand of customers buying freshly picked corn from the morning harvest on Friday, June 27, 2014. Frazier Farms a family owned farm for over 40 years is coming toward the end of their Summer harvest of selling fresh picked sweet corn from their fields along with other produce. "People like to buy local, so I try to put a perfect ear of corn out here on a daily basis," said David Frazier. "When you put out a good product it sells itself."

OCTAVIO JONES | Times

Eddie Cozart, 43, of Brooksville tries to keep up with the demands of customers buying freshly picked corn from the morning harvest Friday at Frazier Farms on Manecke Road in Brooksville. Frazier Farms has been a family-owned operation for more than 40 years. "People like to buy local, so I try to put a perfect ear of corn out here on a daily basis," said David Frazier. "When you put out a good product, it sells itself." The farm's customers include restaurant owners as well as individual shoppers. According to its website, the farm specializes "in growing the best sweet corn."

Fresh from the farm 06/27/14 [Last modified: Friday, June 27, 2014 9:12pm]
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