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  • American Peanut Shellers Associations :: Purchase Info :: Peanut Hulls
    VA 23851 0776 Phone 757 562 3177 Fax 757 562 3556 DAMASCUS PEANUT COMPANY Bryan Willis 402 Maxwell Street P O Box 526 Arlington GA 31713 0526 Phone 229 725 4236 Fax 229 725 4350 GOLDEN PEANUT COMPANY Hulls and Fiber Products Unground Ground Pellets Chemical Granules Custom Product Beverly Warrington P O Box 97 Headland AL 36345 0097 Phone 334 693 3332 Fax 334 693 5282 McCLESKEY MILLS Jerry

    Original URL path: http://www.peanut-shellers.org/pur_hulls.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • American Peanut Shellers Associations :: Purchase Info :: Peanut Meal
    Peanuts Gift Packs Small Bags Retail Peanut Meal BIRDSONG PEANUTS Presley Duke 1564 CR 474 P O Box 1375 Brownfield TX 79316 1375 Email pduke birdsong peanuts com Phone 806 637 1800 Fax 806 637 1050 GOLDEN PEANUT COMPANY Bruce

    Original URL path: http://www.peanut-shellers.org/pur_meal.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • American Peanut Shellers Associations :: Purchase Info :: Crude Oil
    Seed Shelled Peanuts Gift Packs Small Bags Retail Crude Oil BIRDSONG PEANUTS Presley Duke 1564 CR 474 P O Box 1375 Brownfield TX 79316 1375 Phone 806 637 1800 Fax 806 637 1050 GOLDEN PEANUT COMPANY Bruce Kotz Mike Boyd

    Original URL path: http://www.peanut-shellers.org/pur_crudeoil.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • American Peanut Shellers Associations :: Purchase Info :: Refined Peanut Oil
    Peanut Meal Crude Oil Refined Peanut Oil Specialty Products Peanut Seed Shelled Peanuts Gift Packs Small Bags Retail Refined Peanut Oil GOLDEN PEANUT COMPANY Bruce Kotz or Mike Boyd 100 North Point Center Suite 400 Alpharetta GA 30022 Phone 770

    Original URL path: http://www.peanut-shellers.org/pur_refinedoil.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • American Peanut Shellers Associations :: Purchase Info :: Specialty Products
    Packs Small Bags Retail Specialty Products GOLDEN PEANUT COMPANY Peanut flour Roasted Aromatic Peanut Oil Peanut Extract Bruce Kotz 100 North Point Center Suite 400 Alpharetta GA 30022 Phone 770 752 8190 Fax 770 752 8302 SNYDER S LANCE Consumer

    Original URL path: http://www.peanut-shellers.org/pur_specialty.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • American Peanut Shellers Associations :: Purchase Info :: Peanut Seed
    23439 Phone 757 539 3456 Fax 757 539 7360 Spanish Variety Jack Simpson Box 698 Gorman TX 76454 Phone 254 734 2266 Fax 254 734 2029 DAMASCUS PEANUT COMPANY Johnny Phillips P O Box 526 Arlington GA 31713 Phone 229 725 4236 Fax 229 725 4350 GOLDEN PEANUT COMPANY Southeast Randall Meadows Peanut Street P O Box 329 Greenwood FL Phone 850 594 3112 Fax 850 594 7563 Southwest Jason

    Original URL path: http://www.peanut-shellers.org/pur_seed.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • American Peanut Shellers Associations :: Purchase Info :: Shelled Peanuts - Gift Packs, Small Bags & Retail
    Box 526 Arlington GA 31713 Phone 229 725 4236 Fax 229 725 4350 GOLDEN PEANUT COMPANY Brenda Fortson P O Box 448 304 W Washington Ave Ashburn GA 31714 Phone 229 567 3311 Fax 229 567 2006 Dirk Lindsey P O Box 97 Railroad Ave Headland AL 36345 Phone 334 693 3332 Fax 334 693 5282 Craig Smith Rt 2 FM 1496 DeLeon TX 76444 Phone 254 893 2034 Fax

    Original URL path: http://www.peanut-shellers.org/pur_giftsbags.aspx (2016-02-17)
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  • American Peanut Shellers Associations :: FAQs :: History / Origin
    to North America during the slave trading period Although there were some commercial peanut farms in the U S during the 1700 s and 1800 s peanuts were not extensively grown This lack of interest in peanut farming is attributed to the fact that the peanut was regarded as food for the poor and because growing and harvesting techniques were slow and difficult Until the Civil War the peanut remained basically a regional food associated with the southern U S After the Civil War the demand for peanuts increased rapidly By the end of the nineteenth century the development of equipment for production harvesting and shelling peanuts as well as processing techniques contributed to the expansion of the peanut industry The new twentieth century labor saving equipment resulted in a rapid demand for peanut oil roasted and salted peanuts peanut butter and confections George Washington Carver Also associated with the expansion of the peanut industry is the research of George Washington Carver at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama at the turn of the century The talented botanist recognized the intrinsic vale of the peanut as a cash Dr Carver proposed that peanuts be planted as a rotational Crop in the in

    Original URL path: http://www.peanut-shellers.org/faqs_history.aspx (2016-02-17)
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