Pecan Halves - Locally Grown

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We are thrilled to offer locally grown pecans. The pecan trees in the Brazos Valley are one of the most beautiful... and they give so much! Shade, firewood, and Texas Pecans! Camp David Pecans brings native, unique varieties with distinct characteristics and flavors. Make your Pecan Pie sing with these super fresh nuts. If you are curious about each variety, book a Honey and Pecan Pairing now!

Kanza is a crisp, buttery, scrumptious delight in light golden attractive kernels. Kanza can be mistaken for Elliott by even the most discerning pecan critic because the two are so similiar in appearance, taste, texture, and versatility. Kanza serves well as a natural snack, straight out of the bag, to the star of your main course, dessert, or salad.

Apalachee is a crisp, creamy delectable delight in yummy cream to golden beautiful slender kernels. A great addition to any baker's arsenal as well as a healthy natural hearty snack. Apalachee pairs well with white wine, Brie cheese, honeycrisp apples and grapes.

Pawnee is a rich, buttery, excellent quality pecan that is ideal for baking. Pawnee ripens early in the fall, is first to market, and easy for the consumer to find. However, our Pawnee is a Texas Pecan Growers Association award winner. So, if you are looking for Pawnee, we have some of the best in Texas.

About Camp David Pecans: David and Margie are fifth generation Texans. David grew up on a cotton farm and Margie a cattle ranch. Although youth-filled roots were anchored in rural Fort Bend County, their professional careers packed 13 moves into over four decades of marriage. Family grown and the corporate safari nearing its end, they began the transition trek from concrete jungle back to God's green earth.

In 2007 The Lord provided the opportunity for David and Margie to buy land in Millican, Texas cradled between the Brazos and Navasota rivers which they named Camp David Reserve. The land overgrazed and neglected struggled against invasive Macartney rose, huisache, bull nettle, yaupon, wild lemon, and green briar. They spent the next six years fighting the battle of the brush.

The first sortie of pecan trees was planted in 2013 and David and Margie continued to expand the orchard over the years. And in 2021 they built a state-of-the-art cracking and shelling processing plant to complement the orchard and to assist fellow Brazos Valley producers.

Cotton and cattle prepare one for a lot in life, but not for planning, planting, and nurturing a pecan orchard. David and Margie heavily harvested information supplied by the Texas A&M AgriLife Pecan Short Course in developing their orchard strategies. The Master Plan uses Earth-Kind® varieties and practices as outlined by Texas A&M. The varieties include Elliott, Kanza, Caddo, Farley, Prilop, and Apalachee.

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