It's only been a couple of weeks since harvesting began for pecans.
But many growers are already excited about this year's crop.
Montz family pecans is expecting 700 thousand pounds of pecans this year.... Which is more then double from the 250 thousand pounds they produced in last years crop.
You would think an earthquake hit with all the shaking, but Tim Montz, owner of Montz Pecan, says 'tis the season.
"This is the time of year we are always excited for, we work all year long for this, for the harvest," he said.
And a good one too.
Last year left the Montz family with little in their barrels.
But this year, thousands of pecans can already be seen moving down the conveyer belt getting shelled.
"Prices are going to come down, probably back to where they were a few years ago but, with a big crop even with the prices being 25 percent less then what they were last year, or even maybe more, we are going to be able to make more money because we have a lot more product to sell," Montz said.
Like the many pecans still waiting to be shaken, which Montz will gladly harvest through December.
So you may be asking how much of a savings will you get this year when you buy pecans, Montz says it will be around 90 cents per pound.