Cottonman

From our farm to your door

Our Story

I’m Fahey Byrum III, or Butch. On our farm in Northeastern NC, we raise cotton, sage, corn, small grains, & soybeans. Through this web site we offer cotton, cotton plants, cotton bolls, Cotton Jewelry, & lots of other farm related products for the asking.   We specialize in supplying these products at reasonable prices with personalized service.

Our Story

I’m Fahey Byrum III, or Butch. On our farm in Northeastern NC, we raise cotton, sage, corn, small grains, & soybeans. Through this web site we offer cotton, cotton plants, cotton bolls, Cotton Jewelry, & lots of other farm related products for the asking.   We specialize in supplying these products at reasonable prices with personalized service.

Products are grown on our family farm located 12 miles north of Historic Edenton, NC. Each product is produced with skills, care, and technology passed down through many generations. We have an old grist mill on the farm. We grind some of our certified organic corn yearly for family and friends. We even hand tie each and every bag of cornmeal with cotton twine.

Cotton is our specialty; I love to raise a nice crop of cotton. We go the extra mile to give each cotton plant the nutrients, time, and care it needs to optimally produce. Effectively producing top yields and high quality is our goal. Our farm works closely with North Carolina department of Soil and Water conservation to ensure clean water and productive top soil for generations to come.

With many customer requests for organic cotton products we raised our first crop of USDA certified organic cotton, corn and beans. Finally in 2019 we were able to safely remove the natural oils and waxes from our cotton and maintain the organic certification.  Removing the oils and waxes greatly increases the absorption.

We also have a Facebook page that is living. We post pictures of things that we do on the farm and you can see how the crops are doing. It would be awesome if you visit and like my FB page

These are exciting times on the farm. Thanks again for stopping by Cottonman.com. If I can be of further assistance to you please don’t hesitate to contact me. My snail mail address is 409 Evans-Bass Rd. Edenton, NC 27932. Phone: (252) 562-4300 or e-mail. Please feel free to look around and come back soon.

Products are grown on our family farm located 12 miles north of Historic Edenton, NC. Each product is produced with skills, care, and technology passed down through many generations. We have an old grist mill on the farm. We grind some of our certified organic corn yearly for family and friends. We even hand tie each and every bag of cornmeal with cotton twine.

Cotton is our specialty; I love to raise a nice crop of cotton. We go the extra mile to give each cotton plant the nutrients, time, and care it needs to optimally produce. Effectively producing top yields and high quality is our goal. Our farm works closely with North Carolina department of Soil and Water conservation to ensure clean water and productive top soil for generations to come.

With many customer requests for organic cotton products we raised our first crop of USDA certified organic cotton, corn and beans. Finally in 2019 we were able to safely remove the natural oils and waxes from our cotton and maintain the organic certification.  Removing the oils and waxes greatly increases the absorption.

We also have a Facebook page that is living. We post pictures of things that we do on the farm and you can see how the crops are doing. It would be awesome if you visit and like my FB page

These are exciting times on the farm. Thanks again for stopping by Cottonman.com. If I can be of further assistance to you please don’t hesitate to contact me. My snail mail address is 409 Evans-Bass Rd. Edenton, NC 27932. Phone: (252) 562-4300 or e-mail. Please feel free to look around and come back soon.

Cotton

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Cotton- not just a sustainable fiber solution. It a beautiful plant. Producing lovely flowers, which turn to bolls. Mid fall the bolls crack open to reveal “white gold”. White, brown, green or blue cotton fibers hold a viable cotton seed.  The open bolls have a hard-woody stem. The boll husk or pod dries down to form the cotton bur. The bur holds the tuffs of cotton ripe for the harvest. What a beautiful dried flower to put in center pieces, arrangements, gifts, and education. 

 

  • Cotton Bolls
  • Cotton Burs
  • Dried / Live Cotton Plants
  • Cotton Seed
  • Cotton Fiber
  • Fine Cotton Fibers

From our farm

to your Door

From our farm

to your Door