Enjoy the Freshest Sweet Corn

2024 sweet corn planting season is coming up
We will be taking orders starting May 15

Come to Esau Farms, LLC, (Map below) for the sweet taste of fresh corn on the cob, harvested the day you pick it up. We will do our best to provide you with the highest quality sweet corn possible from our carefully selected varieties. We plant every few days so fresh sweet corn will be ready to harvest each day and you can be assured of the freshest and best sweet corn that our rich delta soil can provide. We grow only natural non genetically modified sweet corn (non-gmo).

Beginning May 15 every year, you can place your order for sweet corn to be picked up at the farm. We will pick it, and put it in a bag so it is ready to go home with you when you arrive at the farm. 

 Watermelon and Cantaloupe 
They are grown locally by Weston Esau. If you need a truck load of these melons please call Weston at 870.818.3237.

Blueberries Blackberries and Muscadines

These are available in season. They are sold mostly as U-pick, but some ready-picked can be arranged. 
We will post information when blackberries and blueberries start ripening.
Muscadines usually start ripening in August.


Remember, we are always closed Sunday.

How to place your order for Sweet Corn

Please order by phone,  870.382.5738 or 870.382.2623. We will start taking orders May 16. Let us know how many bags of sweet corn you want. We will try to select a day for you to pick it up that will be suitable for you and us. Please keep record of the day and time of your appointment! We will try to have it ready for pick-up at the appointed time. If there is any significant delay, we will contact you as soon as we can. On arrival at the corn shed, go to the window to pay and get your loading ticket. Show it to the employees that are in charge of loading and they will load it for you.
We take Mastercard, Visa and Discover at the corn shed. 

 If you buy 1-9 bags it’s $19.50 a bag 

 10-100 bags it’s $18.50 a bag 

100+ bags it’s $17.50 a bag

 There is also special pricing for those who buy 
 to re-sell. Call for details.

  • There are about 62 ears in every bag of Triple Sweet yellow and white.

  • If you need to discuss your order please call 870.382.5738

  • We will try to have the corn you have reserved picked and bagged, ready for your enjoyment.

  • Below, you will find a list of people in the surrounding area who sell Esau Sweet Corn.  If you are not able to come to the farm to purchase your corn, this may be an option for you. The grocery stores on the list sell our sweet corn when it is available. Some of the others will take orders. Please place your order directly with those on the list if you want to buy from them. 

  • How to use the map: First, scroll through the list on the left side of the map to find someone in your area. Select the one you want and their phone number and location will appear on the map.  Click on the directions.  You may need to use the + -- in the upper left corner to change the size of the map.  Click on your approximate location on the map and a blue locator button will appear.  You will see the driving directions on the right side of your screen and a blue line following the roads that lead to the destination chosen.


Esau Farms

304 State Police Road, Dumas AR, 71639

Alexander Market Playhouse

1130 Hwy. 222
Malvern, AR. 72104

Buck Stop

822 Barkada Road, Monticello, AR

City Market

1309 Main Street, DesArc, AR

City Market

4110 W. 12th Street, Little Rock, AR

City Market

4155 E. Broadway, North Little Rock, AR

City Market

109 S. Livermore, Hazen, AR

City Market

6800 Colonel Glen Road, Little Rock, AR

Corner Market

100 W. Main, Oak Grove, LA

Daniel Stutzman

1411 East Main Street, Russellville, AR

Darin Robbins

3482 Hwy. 182 W, Okolona, AR

Darryl Black

15856 Hwy. 95, Cleveland, AR

D & D Produce

935 Utah Ave
West Plains, MO 65775
United States

Don's Produce

511 West Central, Warren, AR

Easy Pickin' Produce

6215 367 Hwy N
Russell, AR

Ed Cunningham

Hamburg, AR.

Glen Shadwick

820 Hogan Lane, Conway, AR

Guy Farmer's Market

603 Hwy. 25 North, Guy, AR

J. B. Ketchem with Wade Knox Advocacy Center

1835 Southwest Street, Lonoke, AR

Jelly Bean Produce

140 Pinnacle Drive
Hensley, AR 72065

Jimmy Jones

62 Lentz Road, Cleveland, AR

J & J Produce

645 Hwy. 65 N.
Greenbrier AR. 72058
501-581-5152 501-287-0312

J&J Produce

5800 Heber Springs Rd. West
Quitman, AR.72131
501-581-5152 501-287-0312

Johnny Mitchell

6 Rock Creek Cut-Off, Glenwood, AR

J & V Farms

6156 Sycamore Drive Bismark Arkansas 71929

Kimball & Thompson Produce

North Little Rock, Arkansas
(45 N. Plaza) Please call for price and availability.

Kimball & Thompson Produce

305 S Lincoln Street
Lowell, AR 72745

Laurie and Mike

8038 Hwy 182 West, Amity, AR. 71921

Margot’s Farm Store

821 Hwy 25 N.
Quitman, Ar 72131

Mark Bryant

Center Ridge, AR

Mayflower Food

102 E. 22nd Street, Stuttgart, AR

Mayflower Foods

115 W. Park, Carlisle, AR

Mike’s Nursery

120 Lost Creek Parkway, Fairfield Bay, Arkansas

Pa’s Four Seasons,

22034 I-40 North Frontage Road, Bryant Arkansas

Produce Shed

3910 Hwy 65 South, Pine Bluff, AR

Ruth Phillips

Sheridan, AR

Sam Goodin

100 Albert Pike, Hot Springs Arkansas

Sarah's Country Market

4703 Park Avenue, Hot Springs, AR 71901


4208 Hwy. 65 S., Pine Bluff AR


1100 S. Ohio St., Pine Bluff, AR

The Curb Market

15235 Hwy 165, Scott, AR

Thomas Baldridge

120 Romance rd Romance AR 72136

Tom Shepherd

Produce Market, Sheridan, AR

Warren Smoke

250 Ruben Lane, Malvern, AR

Warren Whitehead

Hwy 70 W &N Moore Rd.
Hot Springs, AR

Western Sporting Store

606 N. Lincoln Ave., Star City, AR

Worthey's Produce

156 Parks Drive, Eldorado, AR

About Us

Esau’s Home-Grown Sweet Corn began in Desha County, Arkansas, near Dumas in 1990 by Chester and Carol Esau as a family business.  The first 20-acre crop was planted that spring and taken to farmer's markets in Dumas and Pine Bluff.  It didn't take long for word-of-mouth to bring people to the farm to buy corn. Even by the end of that first harvest, so many people were coming to the field to buy sweet corn that there was no time or need to go to the cities to sell.  In the following years, as the clientele increased, the acreage also expanded to accommodate the growing customer demand. This trend has continued and each year we enjoy the friendship of our many loyal customers.  

In 2010, our son Chad and family joined the sweet corn business and the name of the business was changed to Esau Farms LLC.  The acreage was increased to the current 180 acres. Though some things change, and improvements have made, quality and freshness cannot be compromised.  We continuously try to improve our quality by testing new varieties with improved traits. Principles of carefulness, integrity and sound agricultural practices are important to us and have been used from the start. There are no shortcuts when growing quality sweet corn. One of the most important aspects of sweet corn is that it must be fresh to be really good.  This means that every effort will be made to harvest the corn at the right maturity and get it into the customer’s hands as soon after picking as possible.  Sometimes customers must wait while their sweet corn is picked, sorted and bagged.  We hope that this inconvenience will be understood as part of the cost of our delicious, fresh sweet corn. We anticipate many more years serving the area with a wholesome, fresh, locally grown, reasonably priced product.  

Our son Weston took over the watermelon and cantaloupe operation in 2010. He has been researching and experimenting with these products and the result has been some really delicious and sweet watermelons and cantaloupes.
We are privileged to farm some of the best land in America with an abundant water supply.  This, together with the blessing of our kind Father in Heaven, gives us confidence for the future. It has always been our practice to be closed on Sunday and we will continue to follow this.  To many of you, we are known as Mennonites.  This name originates in Holland, and was given to the church in the 1600s, due to the influence and leadership of Menno Simons. We use the Holy Bible as our authority and try to live according to its teachings as we understand them. For more complete information about our faith and practice, please click on this linkhttp://churchofgodinchristmennonite.net/

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