A Brief History of Sorrells Farms
Family owned and operated
Sorrells Farms comprises over 1200 acres of sandy farm land in the heart of Texas, Comanche County. Since 1977 Sorrells Farms have been major suppliers of pecans, watermelons, cantaloupes, tomatoes, jalapenos, and peaches to the wholesale markets. Owner Kinley Sorrells and son Gayland, who serve currently or have been board members of the Texas Pecan Growers Association and the Texas Pecan Board, strive daily to offer high quality pecans and produce for your summer, fall, and winter enjoyment.
Kinley resides in Comanche, Texas with his wife Delinda. He is deacon at Eastside Baptist Church in Comanche, a member of the Texas Pecan Growers Association, and serves on the Ag Texas Board of Directors. Kinley and Delinda both graduated from Tarleton State University.
Gayland also resides in Comanche, Texas with his wife Tami and their three sons, Taelon, Pierson, and Kylan. Gayland began his work in the orchards and melon fields early on. His dad will tell you Gayland always knew this is what he wanted to do. Gayland graduated from Comanche High in 1996 and Tarleton State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Agribusiness in May of 2000. He has a love for the orchard and growing pecans. Gayland and Tami are high school sweethearts. Tami graduated from Comanche High in 1995 and Tarleton State University with a BBA in Accounting in December of 1999. Tami obtained her CPA license a few years later. Tami manages the retail location as well as handles the wholesale shelled pecan side of the business. They are actively involved in their community, their church, and enjoy chasing their three boys around. Taelon is a sophomore at Baylor University, Pierson is a Sophomore at Comanche High, and Kylan is a 1st Grader in Comanche.