Frequently Asked Questions

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Everything you need to know about Casey Morgan’s and her farm fresh sweet corn.

When is Casey Morgan’s sweet corn in season and available to purchase?

Pre-order for the spring & summer harvest season begins in March. The spring harvest typically begins in mid-May and ends around the Fourth of July. Pre-order for the fall harvest begins in August. Fall harvest usually begins at the beginning of October and ends in early to mid-November.

Why does this cost more than grocery store corn?

The post-harvest lifecycle of Casey Morgan's sweet corn looks very different from the corn you find in your local grocery store. Because we value quality above just about all else, we use packing and shipping materials that will keep your sweet corn cool and fresh all the way from our farm to your front door. We also prioritize pronto delivery – because we know that the sooner our corn lands on your dinner table, the more delicious it'll be.

Is Casey Morgan’s really all that fresh?

You bet it is! Our corn is hand picked from the fields at the peak of ripeness. Immediately following harvest, it's packed, shipped, and delivered to your doorstep in-husk and ready to enjoy.

Where is Casey Morgan’s corn grown?

Casey Morgan’s sweet corn is grown on Longleaf Ridge Farms in southwest Georgia.

How long does fresh corn last?

When stored in the refrigerator in-husk, our fresh sweet corn can last up to 7-10 days. Learn more about sweet corn storage.

How do I store my sweet corn?

Sweet corn is best stored in the refrigerator to maximize freshness. You can also enjoy sweet corn between seasons by storing it in the freezer. Learn more about sweet corn storage here.

Do you have a subscription option?

You bet! We offer half season (3 week) and full season (6 week) subscriptions. If you choose the half season subscription, you can select which weeks you'd like your corn shipped. Check out our product offerings here.

Is Casey Morgan's corn GMO?

Casey Morgan’s farm does not grow sweet corn that has been genetically modified.

Is Casey Morgan's corn organic?

Casey Morgan’s sweet corn is not certified organic, but Longleaf Ridge Farms is committed to following all environmental regulations, strict food safety protocols, and extensive conservation measures to ensure the health and safety of our workers and the sustainability of our land. Sweet corn is regularly atop the list of the Environmental Working Group’s “Clean Fifteen” list of fresh produce (ranked #2 in 2022) of which fresh fruits and vegetables are least contaminated with pesticide residues.

What day of the week do you ship orders?

We hand harvest our sweet corn at the perfect time, but perfect can change depending on weather and corn maturity. The exact shipment and delivery dates of your sweet corn will depend on the day it's harvested, ensuring that your sweet corn is as fresh and flavorful as possible.

How long does it take to receive my sweet corn?

We harvest, pack, and ship our sweet corn lickety split. You'll receive an email when your order ships, and most orders are delivered in 1-2 days. When you choose a single delivery or half season subscription, you can choose your shipping week yourself!

Where does Casey Morgan’s ship to?

Our sweet corn ships to 28 states (plus Washington DC). Check out our delivery area page to take a look!

Bulk orders have a larger delivery zone. Check out our wholesale page for more information.

How much does shipping cost?

Shipping is $4.95 for each 12 ear delivery, and $7.95 for each 24 ear delivery. We offer free shipping on our half season and full season subscriptions.

Are your packing materials sustainable and recyclable?

With the current issues in the global supply chain, we have not been able to source our first (or second, or sometimes third) choice of packing and shipping materials for Casey Morgan's. We ship using recyclable cardboard, reusable ice packs, and minimal plastic. For our Spring 2022 season, our sweet corn will be shipped in styrofoam coolers. We have already found a more sustainable option for future sweet corn seasons, but the fact of the matter is that it just isn't available to us at this time. Meanwhile, we encourage all our sweet corn superfans to upcycle their styrofoam containers or look into their best option for recycling locally. Please know that we are always looking to make our farm and business more sustainable, and don't hesitate to reach out with any additional questions.

Can I get delivery outside of the United States?

We can accommodate wholesale orders of a certain size for shipment to Canada. Visit our wholesale page to submit a request for more information.

I have an issue with my order or delivery - how can I get help?

Visit our sweet corn support page or email us at and we’ll be happy to solve any problems you might have!

Who is Casey Morgan?

Casey Morgan Cox is the owner of Casey Morgan’s and Longleaf Ridge Farms in south Georgia. She is a sixth generation farmer with a passion for stewardship, innovation, and connection. Read more about Our Story.