Alabama Peanut Producers Assocaition – Turning Resources Into Results since 1958

About Alabama peanut Producers

The Alabama Peanut Producers Association (APPA) has been Turning Resources Into Results since 1958. The Association is committed to representing the interests of growers through a variety of promotions, research and educational programs. Activities target state and national levels for the enhancement and unity of the entire peanut industry. The Association is voluntarily funded by peanut growers and its program is directed by a board of 15 growers. Directors are elected by grower delegates from each of the major peanut producing counties. The number of delegates from each county is determined by the number of acres in that particular county.

peanut News

April 27, 2017
The Alabama Peanut Producers Association, Inc., has been certified by the Alabama Board of Agriculture and Industries as the authorized association
April 5, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tim McMillan, farmer from Enigma, Georgia, testified April 4, 2017 in support of maintaining the peanut provisions
March 24, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. peanut industry donated more than 30,000 jars of peanut butter to Capital Area Food Bank

Peanut Prices

Valencia

$429.97

Per Ton

Runners

$424.43

Per Ton

Spanish

$409

Per Ton

Virginia

$429.97

Per Ton