At the very beginning, cows were milked by hand, but it wasn’t long before milkers were added. Milk produced on the farm was delivered daily to Guilford Dairy, which at that time was on Murphy’s Street over twenty miles away. The area dairies took turns delivering the milk in ten gallons cans.George was the youngest of the four Teague children. After he graduated from North Carolina State, he came back to work the farm with Franklin. They built a milking parlor in 1987, one of the few rotating milkers in existence.
In 2007, with the assistance of Organic Valley Coop, Franklin, George and Taylor Teague began the process of turning Reedy Fork into an organic farm. In 2010 they opened Reedy Fork Organic Feed Mill.