In 1927, when my parents moved here, my mother started looking for a name for the farm. She researched the history and found out that the farmhouse built in 1763 was one of the first frame houses in the area and was one that was painted. It was a peach blossom color and known as the Peach Blossom house. She wasn't fond of the blossom part so she came up with Peachblow. The name has been used on all our products over the years including Collie dogs, Holstein cows, a breed of Dominant White chickens, veal calves, asparagus, strawberries, winter squash, seedless straw and hay.