Local Table Farm Guide ================================================== Editorâ€TMs note – there will be an intro – coming separately. Plus, there is a new feature to the farm guide this year, all the highlighted listings will also include a photo or logo. Iâ€TMve marked those that are going to need a photo. There is a file in group office with photos Iâ€TMve already received and Iâ€TMm working on getting the rest.

Bedford County =======================================  Blackjack Farm Christmas Trees   George and Trudy Hofstetter      3331 Hwy. 231 N. Shelbyville 931-607-7573 We open the day after Thanksgiving.
We offer white pine by cut-your-own. One price for any cut tree. ----------------------------------------  Farrar Farm LLC        Jeff Farrar 220 Farrar Rd. Shelbyville 615-337-4222 FarrarFarmLLC@gmail.com www.facebook.com/farrarfarm   We are a beef cattle farm established in 1851 by our great-great grandfather. We market fresh farm-raised beef at the Murfreesboro Farmersâ€TM Market on the Square and the Stones River Market, and through our Facebook page.
---------------------------------------- Nashville Cattle Co.       Courtney Deal 259 Grant Rd. Shelbyville 615-260-8056 courtney@nashvillecattleco.com www.nashvillecattleco.com/  We raise humanely and pasture-raised beef and pork. We sell our product in shares and micro-shares, allowing us to sell all product before taking another animal from the herd.

---------------------------------------- Petalland Flower and Herb Farm Karen Yasui 3881 Hwy. 130 Tullahoma 931-695-5466 karenyasui@united.net www.petalland.com/ We offer fabulous cut flowers grown sustainably for weddings or everyday bouquets. Flowers are available fresh, dried, in bulk or in arrangements, retail or wholesale. ---------------------------------------- Valley Home Farm Bobby and Janet Potts 310 Potts Rd. Wartrace 931-389-6470 valleyhomefarm@bellsouth.net www.valleyhomefarm.com Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday noon-5 p.m. Always call first for availability. Farm-fresh strawberries, early variety blueberries and blackberries are available daily in season. Berries are available pre-picked or you can pick your own in clean fields with raised beds and no pesticides. Family-friendly. Children are welcome. ---------------------------------------- Bledsoe County ======================================= Rock Solid Ranch Amanda Houser 205 Patton Lane Pikeville 931-267-1802 ahouser@tntech.edu www.rocksolidranch.us/ We have beef, pork and lamb available at various times of the year, and can deliver to local slaughterhouses. ---------------------------------------- Rodriguez Produce Juan Rodriguez 3157 Wooden Loop Rd. Pikeville 813-215-6973 423-447-8336 We raise tomatoes, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, bell peppers, green beans, corn and much more. Open daily during the summer. ---------------------------------------- Swafford Farm Debra and Grady Swafford 1108 Summer City Rd. Pikeville 423-447-2762 423-280-8596 Our family farm operation begins selling produce daily beginning in May with strawberries and continues with summer produce. After Labor Day, the fall season begins—with more than 80 different varieties of pumpkins, winter squash, Indian corn and more.

----------------------------------------  Cannon County =======================================  Donnamead Farm                                    Marshall and Donna Williams 7919 McMinnville Hwy. Woodbury  904-563-2053 615-563-2053 mlwinc43@gmail.com  We sell grass-fed Angus and Angus/Hereford cross steers that are steroid- and growth hormone-free. We sell quarters, halves and whole steers.  ---------------------------------------- Flying S Farms         Catherine and Ben Simmons 416 Doolittle Rd. P.O. Box 456 Woodbury 615-542-1078 615-563-4569 bakingfarmer@hotmail.com www.bakingfarmer.com  We offer a wide variety of heirloom and non-GMO hybrid products. We believe that a healthy soil produces healthy plants, which produces healthy people. Some things are available year-round and our CSA begins in the middle of May.
----------------------------------------  Wildwood Christmas Tree Farm       David and Dawn Gray 286 La Paloma Rd. Woodbury 615 464-2472 david@wildwoodchristmastreefarm.com www.wildwoodchristmastreefarm.com Monday-Sunday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.

We are a small family Christmas tree farm and offer a variety of choose-and-cut white pine and pre-cut Fraser Christmas trees. We want to offer a lot of fun family memory-making times during your Christmas tree selection. ---------------------------------------- Willow Oak Beef Bonnie and Robert Mullican 1258 Vandagriff Rd. McMinnville 615-849-6751 615-653-0261 bonnie@willowoakbeef.com www.willowoakbeef.com Farm-fresh beef with no added hormones, no antibiotics and naturally raised. All cattle are grass-fed, finished on grain. Locally processed, USDA-inspected.




Happily Ever After Farm Jonathan and Judith Smith P.O. Box 804 Joelton 615-247-8290 615-812-2671 judith@happilyeverafterfarm.com www.happilyeverafterfarm.com/ USDA-inspected, grass-fed/grass-finished beef. Organically fed chicken. Free-range eggs from organically fed hens. All are raised on chemical-free pastures without antibiotics or hormones. ---------------------------------------- Hayshed Farms on Big Turnbell Creek Randy and Leslie Liles 1514 Kingston Springs Rd. Kingston Springs 615-337-1529 info@hayshedfarms.com www.hayshedfarms.com/ We raise seasonal fruits, vegetables and flowers. We are an event venue and we offer overnight glamping accommodations. ---------------------------------------- Little Marrowbone Farm Bill and Andrea Henry 1560 Little Marrowbone Rd. Ashland City 615-948-4423 littlemarrowbonefarm@hotmail.com www.facebook.com/Little-Marrowbone-Farm/ Call ahead for availability and hours. We sell from our greenhouse and at various events in the Nashville Metro area. Since 1985 we have offered both the unique and well-loved in greenhouse-grown plants and currently specialize in succulents. ---------------------------------------- Living Roots Compost Tea Troy Hinke 1875 Jordan Rd. Chapmansboro 615-479-1218 615-247-8759 troy@livingrootscomposttea.com www.livingrootscomposttea.com Microbe-activated, natural fertility through compost tea for landscapes, lawns, gardens and farms. We offer compost tea sprays, tea by the gallon, on-site brewing for large farms, small-batch compost, worm compost and red wiggler worms, and consultations. ---------------------------------------- Malinoski Farm Homegrown by Heroes Joseph Malinoski 1026 Chandler Rd. Ashland City 615-792-0407 jmalinoskibna@charter.net I raise a variety of pumpkins and gourds for sale at the farm, at the new Ashland City Farmersâ€TM Market and at the 12 South Farmersâ€TM Market in Nashville. ---------------------------------------- Natureâ€TMs Promise Farm Steve and Trish Nagy 1089 Dorris Winters Rd. Chapmansboro 615-308-9634 snagy1048@msn.com We grow more than 40 varieties of seasonal produce, herbs, fruits, berries, shiitake mushrooms and bedding plants. ---------------------------------------- No. 9 Farms Brian and Stephanie Oaks 1403 Little Marrowbone Rd. Ashland City 615-792-2868 615-545-0925 stephanie@no9farms.com We specialize in culinary and medicinal herbs, edible blossoms, berries, specialty fruits and vegetables and eggs. To the public we offer a 26-week CSA program, and weekly produce bags during the rest of the year. Our CSA shares include herbs, eggs, fruits and vegetables, fresh-cut flowers and weekly recipes. ---------------------------------------- Pleasant View Florist & Nursery 7070 Hwy. 41A Pleasant View 615-247-8527 kizerlandscaping@aol.com www.pleasantviewfloristandnursery.com We are open year-round, seven days a week. We will have our Christmas trees, both living trees and fresh-cut Tennessee trees. We also have wreaths, gifts and a lot more. ---------------------------------------- Spring Creek Angus Kenny Elrod 1108 Old Clarksville Pike Pleasant View 615-948-9214 615-948-3746 kennyelrod@att.net I sell grass- and grain-fed Black Angus freezer beef. The choices are whole, halves or quarters. ---------------------------------------- Sweeter Days Farm
770-539-1277 sweeterdaysfarm@gmail.com www.sweeterdaysfarm.com/ Saturday 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Our passion is supplying ecologically grown vegetables, flowers and herbs at affordable prices to our local community. We strive to produce the tastiest and most nutrient-dense foods possible by promoting biological activity in our soils. ----------------------------------------
Timbertop Farm Jim Day Ashland City 615-792-9306 jimday@timbertopfarm.com www.timbertopfarm.com, www.cheatham.locallygrown.net We grow shiitake mushrooms and sell at the Richland Park Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market. ---------------------------------------- Cocke County ======================================= Strange Honey Farm photo Carol Hagen 245 S. Hwy. 107 Del Rio 615.828.8405
423-613-0438 queenbeepollinators@gmail.com www.queenbeepollinators.com     We are proud to bring local pure raw honey, pollen and our flavored creamed honey to the Nashville area. Our hives are naturally and sustainably managed in the foothills of the Cherokee National Forest.
----------------------------------------  Coffee County =======================================  Alpaca Atlantic of Tennessee                               Lisa Olsen and Bill Fletcher 5378 Woodbury Hwy. Manchester 931-728-6945 AlpacaAtlantic@gmail.com www.alpacaatlantic.com/   We raise and sell colorful, quality, reproductively sound Huacaya alpacas; their fiber; and fiber products.  ----------------------------------------  Dogwood Valley Greenhouse       Linda Reed 290 Hillsboro-Viola Rd. Hillsboro 931-273-9708 tnhomeschooler@yahoo.com www.dogwoodvalleygreenhouse.weebly.com/  We sell perennial and herb plants for the garden; hanging baskets for porch and patio; flowering and foliage shrubs; houseplants including aloe vera; cut daffodils in February/March; Christmas decorations in November/December; and specialty planters and baskets to order.
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Green Acres        5345 Rock Rd. Manchester 931-581-0684 Open daily except Wednesday, sunup to sundown.
We have a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, as well as pre-picked pumpkins.  ----------------------------------------  Myers Farm Beef  Susan and John Myers      120 Herman Daniel Rd. Hillsboro 931-588-6150 931-450-0469 susan@myersfarmbeef.com www.myersfarmbeef.com  We produce grass-fed, grain-finished, dry-aged Angus beef. We will be offering three-month and six-month all beef CSAs. We also have other special offers available. ----------------------------------------  Cumberland County =======================================  Autumn Acres                                    Casey Scarlett 1096 Baier Rd. Crossville 931-210-7655 casey@autumnacres.net, info@autumnacres.net autumnacres.net Check website for hours.

We are an agri-tourism destination with a corn maze and a pumpkin patch. Our 100-acre farm is home to a 12-acre field of corn cut for the most “corn-fusion,” and we offer delicious hand-popped kettle corn, funnel cakes and homemade fudge, playground fun, pumpkin patches and much more. ---------------------------------------- Backyard Bouquets Leanna and Luella Miller 184 Shady Loop Crossville 931-277-3278 931-544-3278 littleannie06@yahoo.com Beautiful fresh-cut flowers from our backyard to you. Sustainably grown, with a wide variety of colors and kinds—from the common to the unusual. New in 2018: fresh-cut dahlias in many beautiful colors and various sizes. ---------------------------------------- Davidson County ======================================= Old School Farm photo Benjamin Brown 5022 Old Hydes Ferry Pike Nashville 989-750-3148 888-551-8622 info@oldschoolfarm.org www.oldschoolfarm.org We are a unique, nonprofit market garden dedicated to employing adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We grow more than 40 different vegetables and sell to farmersâ€TM markets, our CSA program and several local restaurants. ---------------------------------------- Comment by Tina Wright: Is golden a reference to the type of ad? Delete if not part of their name. Whites Creek Flower Farm photo Laura Bigbee-Fott 6921 Old Hickory Blvd. Whites Creek 615-426-6722 laura@whitescreekflower.farm www.whitescreekflower.farm/ We specialize in growing unique varieties of both native and heirloom flowers. Our floral designs are whimsical, textured and elegant. If youâ€TMre seeking intentional, personal floral design, weâ€TMll be happy to serve you. ---------------------------------------- Annie Acres Kelly Albright 4610 Eatons Creek Rd. Nashville 931-216-4387 931-2237-2567 albrightkelly@gmail.com wwww.annieacres.com We have sweet cream butter, heavy cream, half and half and ice cream coming soon, and fresh raw milk, in the form of pet food and labeled as such, from our registered Jersey cows. We also offer pastured poultry; chicken stock; eggs; laying hens for backyard production; and pastured pork starting in January 2018. ---------------------------------------- Comment by Tina Wright: This sentence doesnâ€TMt make any sense to me. The ice cream is not pet food, right? Iâ€TMm not sure which of these items is pet food, but the sentence should be reworked so that the pet food is listed last. Basil & Bergamot Flower Farm


Bells Bend Farm Eric Wooldridge 5188 Old Hickory Blvd. Nashville eric@bellsbendfarms.com www.bellsbendfarms.com We raise our food bio-dynamically. Our CSA shares are available for pick-up at our farm and at the Richland Park Farmersâ€TM Market. We grow all types of produce, as well as pastured pork, poultry, lamb and beef. Join our CSA or come visit us at the farmersâ€TM market. ---------------------------------------- Stomping Ground Herbals Certified Naturally Grown Nicole Mattingly 602 Broadmoor Place Nashville 615-957-6075 doublenurbanfarm@gmail.com stompinggroundherbals.com We are a medicinal and culinary herb farm. We grow nearly 100 medicinal herbs that we blend into skincare, body care and wellness items. We also sell medicinal herb plant starts. ---------------------------------------- Eatons Creek Organics Farm Certified Organic Tana Comer 5570 Eatons Creek Rd. Joelton 615-415-2734 ecorganicsfarm@gmail.com www.ecorganics.net Our Annual Transplant Sale will be on April 21 at the Turnip Truck in East Nashville, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. We sell our organically grown produce, herbs and berries to City House, Margot Cafe & Bar and Marche Artisan Restaurant. ---------------------------------------- Flowersâ€TM Farm Mike Flowers 4550 Eatons Creek Rd. Nashville 615-876-8493 flowers4550@gmail.com www.flowers-farms.com/ We sell plants grown on our farm in spring and early summer. In fall and winter we offer deer processing. Purchase our homemade-on-the-farm pork sausage year-round. ---------------------------------------- SE Daugherty and Sons Farm/Fresh and Local Nashville Shaun Daugherty 8250 Hwy. 70S Nashville 615-566-1895 615-969-3640 freshandlocalnashville@yahoo.com www.freshandlocalnashville.com
Fresh Harvest LLC John Drury or Tally May 3514 Gray Lane Thompson Station 931-623-0631 tally@wildblue.net /john.drury@att.net www.freshharvest.locallygrown.net Wednesday 4-6 p.m. We provide a year-long, flexible alternative to the traditional CSA model. We feature only local and organically grown produce, meats and eggs, as well as artisan products and baked goods. ---------------------------------------- Green Door Gourmet ​----------------------------------------
Paradise Produce Sonia and Stacy Geny 7721 B Whites Creek Pike Joelton 615-476-9203 paradiseproducefarms@gmail.com www.paradiseproducefarm.com We are a chemical-free natural produce farm. We offer a farmersâ€TM market-style CSA (you pick your items; they are not pre-boxed) on the farm and sell year-round at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market. ---------------------------------------- Reggieâ€TMs Veggies Reggie Marshall Sr. 3736 Pin Hook Rd. Antioch 615-295-3236 reginald_mrshll@yahoo.com We raise a variety of vegetables, as well as herbs. Our vegetables are chemical-free. Along with carrot cake, we also make sweet potato pies and mint teas and lemonade with our mint. ---------------------------------------- Rockdale Ranch Charles Williamson 2360 Baker Rd. Goodlettsville 615-943-4030 rockdaleranch@aol.com We have the largest bison herd in Tennessee. Our meat is available in the winter and is sold by the quarter, half or whole of the animal by the hanging weight. ---------------------------------------- Six Boots Growersâ€TM Collective Kevin Sykes Nashville sixbootscollective@gmail.com www.sixbootscollective.com/ We are a group of vegetable farmers in Bells Bend who grow a diverse array of vegetables, and offer cut flowers and value-added value products. ---------------------------------------- Thriving Earth Farm 5869 Eatons Creek Rd. Joelton 303-929-9713 thrivingearthfarm@gmail.com www.facebook.com/ThrivingEarth/ We raise goats and chickens for meat/milk/eggs, honeybees, shiitake mushrooms and a variety of vegetables, and have just begun to establish a diverse fruit orchard. ---------------------------------------- DeKalb County ======================================= Full Circle Heritage Farm photo Homegrown by Heroes Michelle Shelly 995 Old Givens Hollow Rd. Liberty 615-536-5229 Fullcircleheritagefarms@yahoo.com www.fullcircleheritagefarms.com/ We humanely raise pastured hogs, as well as dairy and brush goats, beef cattle and chickens. We raise our own non-GMO corn and use non-GMO/soy-free feed for our livestock. ---------------------------------------- Harmony Lane Farm & Creamery LLC golden Julie David 285 Harmony Lane photo Smithville 615-983-0140 harmonylanegoats@gmail.com http://harmonylanefarms.com Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Bert Driver Nursery Bert Driver 3400 Nashville Hwy. Smithville 615-597-9560 bert@bertdrivernursery.com www.bertdrivernursery.com Our sales yard is open year-round. We have more than 500 species of trees and plants from the most common to the most unusual, including natives and edibles. ---------------------------------------- Creek Bend Farm Lyle and Sam Harvey 2576 Dry Creek Rd. Dowelltown 615-684-5873 creekbendfarmers@gmail.com www.creekbendfarm.org/ We raise USDA-certified, 100% grass-fed beef, pasture-raised pork, pasture-raised chicken and free-range eggs. Our CSA includes a monthly share of 100% grass-fed beef, pastured pork and pastured chicken. ---------------------------------------- Earlybird Farmstead Brent and Jenny Crow 371 Davis Hollow Liberty 615-785-7731 earlybirdfarmstead@gmail.com Facebook.com/earlybirdfarmstead By appointment only. We raise non-GMO vegetables and berries, and chickens on pasture, with no steroids or hormones. We also carry homemade items, including soap. ---------------------------------------- Pomona Hill Farm Bob, Jeanne, James, Dan Motichek 425 Oakley Hollow Rd. Alexandria 615-970-8647 985-373-0814 motichekbj@gmail.com www.facebook.com/PomonaHillFarm/ Family-owned, sustainably grown. We grow a variety of vegetables, berries, tree fruits, flowers and herbs. We also produce eggs, honey, pastured lambs and goat milk soap. ---------------------------------------- Quarter Spring Farm Jonathan Bradley 422 Davis Hollow Rd. Liberty 615-294-1361 quarterspringfarm@gmail.com www.facebook.com/quarterspringfarm We raise pastured chickens, goats, sheep and cattle for livestock. We grow heirloom and non-GMO vegetables, and also make goat milk soap. ---------------------------------------- WeDo Farm Ricky Ervin 1230 Bethel Rd. P.O. Box 495 Smithville 615-597-1864 With divine intervention we hope to raise naturally grown vegetables, prickly pear/cactus and cane/bamboo products. ---------------------------------------- Dickson County ======================================= B & K Farms Brian & Kim Eash 4230 Hwy. 49 W. Vanleer 615-891-8610 615-944-1552 bkfarms@emypeople.net We raise grass-fed beef, as well as pastured pork, chicken and Thanksgiving turkeys. All of our animals are raised without the use of antibiotics, added growth hormones or GMO feeds. ---------------------------------------- Berryâ€TMs Bushel Basket Todd and Lenee Berry 3224 Sylvia Rd. Dickson 615-789-5843 615-504-8072 gotberrys@aol.com www.facebook.com/Berrys-Bushel-Basket We sell our homegrown produce and pumpkins at our new farm store. ---------------------------------------- Clifton Farms Jean and Ray Clifton 985 Southerland Rd. Dickson 615-446-4686 ray.clifton985@gmail.com Facebook.com/cliftonfarms.dicksontn We are adding strawberries this spring. You can call ahead to pick up either at the farm or the Dickson Farmersâ€TM Market. We grow/offer more than 70 varieties of produce, herbs, honey and sorghum. ---------------------------------------- Heritage Glen Farm Meg and Harry Edwards 680 Frannie Branch Rd. Dickson 615-740-5254 HeritageGlenFarm@aol.com We are a pasture-based farm offering nutrient-dense meats, fruits, vegetables and mushrooms. Our grass-fed, grass-finished Irish Dexter beef is sold whole or by the side. Our pastured poultry include meat chickens, guineas and geese, and eggs from our laying hens. ----------------------------------------
Three Creeks Farm Beth Collier-Shafer 365 Peabody Rd. Charlotte 615-789-5943 615-476-0462 tn3creeksfarm@yahoo.com We are a small working farm raising show-quality chickens, registered Shetland sheep, gourmet garlic and a variety of plants and herbs, including plants for natural dyeing. ---------------------------------------- Turnbull Creek Farm Tallahassee May 566 Doug Hill Rd. Bon Aqua 931-623-0631 tally@wildblue.net www.turnbullcreekfarm.com We grow a variety of vegetables, herbs and cut flowers throughout the year. We grow our delicious food and beautiful flowers using only organic methods. ---------------------------------------- Fentress County ======================================= Herb and Plow Certified Naturally Grown Chris Arnold 823 Hack Beatty Rd. Grimsley herbandplow@gmail.com www.herbandplow.com We are a certified naturally grown fruit and vegetable farm on the Cumberland Plateau. We specialize in group CSAs such as workplace CSAs, home school groups CSAs, church groups, etc. We grow more than 50 varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs. ---------------------------------------- Sycamore Springs Farm Joe and Lyna Pennycuff 2125 Country Club Rd. Jamestown 931-879-5526 pennycufffamily@yahoo.com www.sycamorespringsfarmtn.com/ Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sunday 2-5 p.m. Open weekdays by appointment for field trips and parties. We open November 18 with our choose-and-cut Christmas trees. We also offer balled and burlapped live trees. We have pre-cut Fraser and Canaan firs, fresh wreaths, a “Gingerbread Trail” and a “Tree Treasure Maze.” ----------------------------------------
Wolf River Valley Growers Bob Washburn 170 Greenhouse Lane Pall Mall 931-879-5426 800-841-5210 pwpgre@yahoo.com www.wolfriver.net Check website for seasonal hours. We are a commercial/retail production greenhouse, and in spring we have a large assortment of greenhouse-grown vegetable plants and more than 40 varieties of your favorite herbs.
Certified Organic Joyce Graham 7152 Rock Creek Rd. Tullahoma 931-455-6855 We are a certified-organic blueberry farm. During the season we are open daylight-to-dark, but please call ahead for picking conditions and availability. We offer both pick-your-own and pre-picked options. ---------------------------------------- Giles County ======================================= Cool Valley Farm Kenneth Dawkins 5441 Diana Rd. Pulaski 931-292-0546 kennethdawkins2003@yahoo.com We grow berries, fruit, veggies, herbs and flowers, and we also have eggs from pastured chickens. ---------------------------------------- Lexington Vineyard & Winery Debra Hale 2000 Dog Hollow Rd. Lynnville 931-527-4011 931-527-4011 www.Lexingtonvineyardandwinery.com We have a two-acre vinifera vineyard, where we grow the grapes used in our wines and wine jellies. We sell honey from our own hives. ---------------------------------------- Limoland
Carol Gordon 8076 Columbia Hwy. Pulaski 931-363-5744 limoland9@gmail.com www.limolandfarm.com Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday 1-5 p.m. Our farm is open to the public during the spring and fall. We have a one-and-a-half-acre strawberry patch, where the berries are usually ready by late April through May. We offer pick-your-own and pre-picked strawberries. Located in our greenhouses are annuals, perennials, bedding plants, herbs and vegetable plants. Starting late September through the end of October, you can find us at the Pumpkin Patch activity area. ---------------------------------------- Quiet Breeze Piedmontese Farm Phillip and Charlene Budd 14055 Columbia Hwy. Lynnville 931-527-3333 931-638-2015 prbudd60@bellsouth.net www.quietbreezepiedmontesefarm.com We raise heart-healthy freezer beef. We sell quarters, sides or whole beef for custom slaughtering. Please call or check-out our website for more information. ---------------------------------------- Rollins Farm Ed and Teresa Rollins 5129 Prospect Rd. Prospect 931-363-0265 edmondrollins@gmail.com www.rollinsfarms.com We produce and sell R-GROW soil conditioners. ---------------------------------------- RosieBelle Farm Paul Schertz 7480 Beech Hill Rd. Pulaski 813-300-3306 RosieBelleFarm@gmail.com www.rosiebellefarm.com/ We raise dairy goats, heritage hogs, sheep, cows, meat hens, laying hens, ducks and quail. Our CSA includes protein, raw milk, farmstead cheeses, fermented goods and more. ---------------------------------------- Taylor Family Farm John and Terri Taylor 301 Dave Risner Rd. Ethridge 931-424-5089 931-309-2345 - cell taylorfarm90@gmail.com taylorfamilyfarm.com Tuesday-Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. We raise pastured non-GMO chicken, pork, turkey, eggs and grass-fed beef. Non-GMO feeds, Fertrell minerals and fertilizers. We have an on-farm store. ---------------------------------------- Windy City Hills Ranch Slawek and Grace Kossakowski
In Town Organics and Summerfields
Certified Naturally Grown Jess and Nate Wilson 197th 8th St. Monteagle 931-808-3004 931-808-3004 www.etsy.com/shop/SummerFieldsFibers?ref=hdr_shop_menu We raise and sell 100% grass-fed lamb from rare Gulf Coast Native cross sheep. We also sell wool, raw or processed; goat milk shares; and certified naturally grown produce. ----------------------------------------
Meltonâ€TMs Tree Farm       Tom Melton 2741 Clouse Hill Rd. Tracy City 931-592-4434 931-235-5207
We offer choose-and-cut Norway spruce trees. ----------------------------------------  White City Produce & Greenhouses                           Jerry and Tami Sweeton 315 Manley Rd. Tracy City 931-607-1615 wcproduce_greenhouses@hotmail.com www.wcproducegreenhouses.weebly.com/   We specialize in hardy vegetable plants, flowers, herbs and more during the spring. Summer and fall offerings include naturally grown produce, cut flowers, fresh herbs and mums. Additionally, we have a three-acre vineyard of scuppernongs, muscadines and concords.  ----------------------------------------  Henderson County =======================================  The Schrock Family Farms & Bakery      Schrock Family 281 Kee Rd. Wildersville 731-967-5011 731-968-3300 Saturday 7 a.m.-4 p.m.
We provide our customers with artisanal bakery and farm products. Our products include eggs from free-range hens and pasture-raised chicken. Our 100% grass-fed Jersey cows provide whole raw milk and butter.
----------------------------------------  Hickman County =======================================  Beaverdam Creek Farm  Philip, Trish, Jake and Tricia Ann Lingo     516 Sulphur Creek Rd. Centerville 931-623-3732 trish@beaverdamcreekfarm.com www.beaverdamcreekfarm.com Our CSA baskets are loaded with a diverse array of fresh produce. We sell naturally raised grass-fed meats, as well as garlic powder and nuggets, Beaverdam jams made from our berries, and stone ground-grits and cornmeal. ----------------------------------------  Bratton Farms        Bonnie Bratton 1914 Bratton Lane Williamsport 931-583-0033 brattonfarms1914@gmail.com  We have a pick-your-own greens patch offering turnip greens, collards, kale and canola greens, as well as turnips. We are on the honor system. We also sell our Brattonâ€TMs Best BBQ sauce.  ----------------------------------------  Chestnut Hill Ranch B&B                            Cher Boisvert-Tanley 3001 Browns Bend Rd. Only 931-623-2961 cdnranch@gmail.com www.chestnuthillranch.com    In addition to selling our eggs, jams, jellies, honey, local art and Angus beef by the whole or half, we run a bed-and-breakfast facility on our working ranch.  ----------------------------------------  Heritage Reclaimed Farm  Charles and Shona Shough      310 Dewey Wright Rd. Centerville 904-610-6800 shoughc@bellsouth.net www.heritagereclaimedfarm.com/  Grass-fed, sustainably raised beef, pork and chicken, sold directly from the farm.

---------------------------------------- Pinewood Farms Lee McCormick 6415 Pinewood Rd. Nunnelly 931-670-6771 info@thepinewoodfarm.com www.thepinewoodfarm.com We offer fresh vegetables, eggs, pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb and chicken. Our products are offered through our CSA, at the Bellevue Farmersâ€TM Market and the Dickson Farmersâ€TM Market. ---------------------------------------- Sugar Camp Farm Lizzie Wright 10220 Sugar Camp Rd. Bon Aqua 303-332-2949-CSA 615-587-0701-meat sugarcampfarmtn@gmail.com www.sugarcampfarmtn.com/ We provide our community with healthy vegetables, pastured meats and herbs, while working to restore degraded landscapes. Check our website for CSA details. ----------------------------------------



450 Davidson Chapel Rd. Bloomington Springs 931-653-4402 pipsiss@yahoo.com www.pipsissherbs.biz, www.facebook.com/Pipsissewa-Herbs Greenhouse and gardens are open April through July by appointment only. Wellness consultations and products are available year-round. We make our own herbal medicines in the Native American tradition, including salves and tinctures. Medicines and products are available via mail order. ---------------------------------------- Backwater Farm Nursery Victoria and Gary Grigg 1584 Granville Hwy. Gainesboro 931-397-4001 931-268-1583 backwaterfarm2010@gmail.com I grow vegetable plants, bedding plants and perennials. In the fall, we sell pumpkins, gourds, cornstalks and mums. ---------------------------------------- Bell Point Farm
Shawn Hensley 5374 Granville Hwy. Granville 931-653-4227 931-214-0172 bellpointfarms@gmail.com We grow seasonal vegetables using natureâ€TMs best practices. We sell from our farm in Granville (Highway 53). ---------------------------------------- Hidden Springs Nursery Annie Black and Diana Lalani Cookeville 931-268-2592 hiddenspringsnursery@hotmail.com By appointment or mail order. We grow bare-root edible landscape plants for people and wildlife. Varieties include heirloom apples, blueberries, sour cherries, citrus, cranberries, figs, gooseberries, jujubes, kiwis, mayhaws, pawpaws, persimmons, raspberries and more. ----------------------------------------
Hootinâ€TM Hollow Farm                               Homegrown Hero  Jim and Deb Wolfe 341 Sparkle Lane Cookeville 931-858-8406 frugalfibers@yahoo.com Saturday 8 a.m.-noon
We grow seasonal produce on our farm using natural and organic methods. We are able to produce fresh garden products for most of the year, using season extension methods. We also grow a variety of microgreens and sprouts, and sell eggs.  ----------------------------------------  KMA Angus Farms  Jeff Kamptner 897 Hix Hollow Rd. Gainesboro 931-268-3846 kmahunt@yahoo.com  Year-round sales. Call for availability. Our Angus beef is sold by the hanging weight, half or whole carcass. ----------------------------------------  Russellâ€TMs Ridge Nubians  Julie Russell        2450 Shepardsville Rd. Bloomington Springs 931-650-0499 jrus1stcav@twlakes.net www.russellsridgenubians.com/   We offer herd shares of raw goat milk and goat milk cheese, as well as goat milk soap and goat milk lotion.

---------------------------------------- Lawrence County ======================================= Earth Advocates Research Farm photo Adam and Sue Turtle 30 Myers Rd. Summertown 931-964-4151 bambooconsultant@aol.com www.earthadvocatesresearchfarm.com/ Open by appointment. In our research we identify, acquire and trial little-known or underutilized potential permaculture plants that might be suitable for small holders in Middle Tennessee. Those that are drought-tolerant, adapt well and produce useful food crops, we propagate and offer for sale. ----------------------------------------


Hoot Owl Hollar Farms David Durham 25 Waterfork Rd. Ethridge 931-629-6998 We offer, via the honor system, pre-picked pumpkins, and all you need to decorate for the Halloween season, including Indian corn, ornamental gourds and cornstalks. ---------------------------------------- Ladies of the Lambs Judy Conway and Elaine Dustin 105 Union Hill Rd. Loretto 931-244-0818 conwayfarms@lorettotel.net As a collaboration of two family-owned, family-managed sheep farms, Judy Conway of Conway Farms and Elaine Dustin of Belfair Farm provide grass-fed, hormone- and antibiotic-free, non-GMO grain-finished premium cuts of lamb. ---------------------------------------- Mushroompeople Gregory Ray
Rosson Orchard and Farm       Clint Wright 34 Springer Station Rd. Loretto 931-231-0649 rossonorchard@gmail.com www.rossonorchard.weebly.com/  We specialize in peaches in many varieties: Challenger, Contender, Intrepid, China Pearl, Red Haven II, Redskin, Crest Haven, Harvester and Loring. We also have an abundance of many other fruits and vegetables for all of your produce needs.
----------------------------------------  Lewis County =======================================  The Giving Tree Farm                             Nick and Ellie Grandy 205 Pleasant Dr. Hohenwald 615-417-3299 pipsmagic@hotmail.com www.thegivingtreefarm.com/ By appointment

We raise registered Berkshire pigs on pasture for breeding stock and fresh pork. Available by the cut or half/whole hog. We also sell eggs from pastured chickens, and have turkeys and guineas. ---------------------------------------- Lincoln County ======================================= Al Dawod Farm Dana Al Dawod 288 Flintville School Rd. Elora 931-257-2139 angelaldawod@gmail.com www.aldawodfarms.com During the past year, we have added sheep, cattle, chickens, goats and quail. We also have many large pecan trees. We sell the extra produce from our garden and eggs from our chickens and quail. ----------------------------------------


Far Out Farm Jane Caulfield 4626 Delina Rd. Cornersville 931-293-4466 jcaulfield371@mac.com We have lambs, mostly grass-fed with no added hormones, available in whole or halves. Also sell fleece and rovings. ----------------------------------------

Sage Hill Garden Bea and Mike Kunz 32 Old Petersburg Pike Petersburg 931-438-8328 michaelkunz@bellsouth.net www.sagehillgardens.com Call for availability and information on classes. We have dried herb teas and herb seasonings. During the season, we also have cut flowers. ---------------------------------------- Macon County ======================================= Beech Hill Cabbage Patch George Myers 631 Beech Hill Lane Hartsville 615-666-2571 glmyers@gmx.com Closed Saturday. We produce, process and sell kraut from organically grown cabbage, to naturally enhance the immune system. Call for availability. Other garden produce is available in season. ---------------------------------------- The Barefoot Farmer CSA Jeff Poppen 2250 Heady Ridge Rd. Red Boiling Springs Natalie Ashker, 901-626-7760 Natalie.Ashker@gmail.com www.barefootfarmer.com Our purpose is to grow high-quality produce and help others to do the same. Look out for our conferences, music festivals and education engagements. ---------------------------------------- Marshall County ======================================= Andrews Spring Farm Daniel and Kaitlyn Brindle 1452 New Columbia Hwy. Lewisburg 931-652-2199 andrewsspringfarm@gmail.com During the week, call to make an appointment. We offer a pumpkin patch during the month of October. Call to ask about our fall farm activities. And donâ€TMt miss Christmas on the farm; we are selling beautiful Fraser fir Christmas trees grown in the smoky mountains of Tennessee. ----------------------------------------
Forgieâ€TMs Fruit Farm Bill Forgie 2000 Collier Rd. Lewisburg 931-637-7759 forgiefruitfarm@gmail.com www.forgiefruitfarm.com Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Seven varieties of peaches, and sweet cherries. You can pick your own or let us fetch them for you at a higher price. Weâ€TMll know in mid-April how our cherry crop is doing. Call ahead for availability. ---------------------------------------- Maury County ======================================= Glendale Farm need photo Sam Kennedy or Cameron Taylor 1551 John Finney Rd. Columbia 931-215-5117-Sam 931-309-2478-Cameron yourfarmer@glendalefarmtn.com www.glendalefarmtn.com A family farm that produces the finest in pasture raised and grassfed meats: Good for the land. Good for the people. Superior meat. Please check out our website to order online, learn more about how are animals are raised, and find out the latest in product pricing and availability. ---------------------------------------- Arugulaâ€TMs Star Farm Allison Mills Neal and Matthew Neal 6624 Leipers Creek Rd. Columbia 931-682-3314 allie@ArugulasStarFarm.com www.arugulasstarfarm.com We grow a wide variety of potatoes, dry beans and garlic. ----------------------------------------
Athenaâ€TMs Harvest Farm       Jesse Fleisher 4025 Hwy. 7 Santa Fe 615-495-1614 athenasharvest@gmail.com athenasharvest.com  We market fresh, healthy, local food in Nashville and surrounding communities through our CSA subscription service and the Richland Park Farmersâ€TM Market. We use tried and true gourmet varieties, while also introducing our customers to new taste experiences as we discover them.  ----------------------------------------  Forest Gully Farms                                Jon and Mandy Giffin 6016 Fly Hollow Rd. Santa Fe 615-506-0533 615-495-5004 forestgullyfarms@gmail.com http://forestgullyfarms.com   We strive to grow fruits, vegetables and nuts in a sustainable manner. One of our main goals is to form and develop a food forest. We expect to have a good crop of blackberries, serviceberries (juneberries), goumi berries, blueberries, hazelnuts, muscadines, persimmons, cherries and many others. ----------------------------------------
Fruity Patch Farm  CJ Percle 2794 Brown Hollow Rd. Columbia 931-624-9795 cj.percale@yahoo.com  A pick-your-own fruit farm, including blueberries, apples, pears and pecans. The sign on the gate gives instructions on how to get into the farm. Payment is by the honor system. ----------------------------------------  Highland Realm Berries  Deanna Naddy 4411 Hampshire Pike Hampshire 931-285-2543 highlandrealmberries@gmail.com www.highlandrealm.org/   We raise blueberries and blackberries, all naturally grown with no chemicals or pesticides, using biodynamic practices.     ----------------------------------------

Hippo Hollow Farm Joe and Adele Prinsloo 803 Mahon Rd. Columbia 615-574-9106 615-574-2147 eat@hippohollowfarms.com www.hippohollowfarms.com We are a one-stop shop for grass-fed and -finished beef, pasture-raised chickens, pork and turkeys. We offer a monthly meatbox. ---------------------------------------- Jersey D Farm George Dodson 6259 Gordon Lawrence Rd. Santa Fe 931-682-2315 NettsCountryStore@gmail.com We have an all-Jersey milk herd. We have a “cow-sharing program” for fresh, raw milk. We also sell free-range country eggs (when available) at Netts Country Store. ---------------------------------------- Katharos Farm Tommy Parker 1749 B Dodson Rd. Columbia 615-807-0292 info@katharosfarm.com www.katharosfarm.com We sell chicken, pork and turkey that are chemical-free and raised solely based on nature. We offer individual cuts, meat packages, and year-round CSAs. ---------------------------------------- Kindred Farm Organic, certification pending Steven and Christine Bailey 4531 Snowcreek Rd. Santa Fe 214-914-6600 hello@thekindredfarm.com thekindredfarm.com We raise organic produce, flowers, pastured pigs and chickens for our community and local chefs. We also share meals at long farm tables under the stars and enjoy the bounty of this beautiful land at our seasonal farm-to-table dinners. ---------------------------------------- Norton Family Farm Karen Norton Cross Bridges 931-388-5839 nortonhome@charter.net We grow all types of produce and offer a full line of homemade preserves and jellies, relishes, pickles and baked goods. ---------------------------------------- Pantall Farm Chad Pantall 2781 Carterâ€TMs Creek Station Rd. Columbia 931-486-2754 www.pantallfarm.weebly.com We provide a place where you can bring your children and experience pick-your-own strawberries. We also raise a variety of fresh produce. ---------------------------------------- Percle Farm Clinton Percle 2794 Brown Hollow Rd. Columbia 931-624-9795 cj.percle@yahoo.com Open daily sunrise-sunset. I have a seasonal pick-your-own with blueberries, apples (Ballâ€TMs Choice) and pears (Bartlett, Asian, Apple). ---------------------------------------- Southern Ridge Farm Keith Cannon 2402 Gene Fitzgerald Rd. Columbia 615-636-7137 hello@southernridgefarm.com www.southernridgefarm.com Tennesseeâ€TMs premier meat CSA, a monthly share in any combination you prefer of beef, pork, chicken, salmon or trout. ---------------------------------------- Montgomery County ======================================= Tennessee Grass-Fed photo Phil Baggett 335 Williams Rd. Clarksville 615-347-5454 philbaggett@tennesseegrassfed.com www.tennesseegrassfed.com We offer 100% grass-fed and -finished beef, pastured pork and pasture-raised chicken; and distribute wild-caught Alaskan salmon from Virgin Bay Seafood Company. We offer winter and summer CSA shares, bulk meat packages and individual cuts year-round. Circle J Ranch, LLC Certified Naturally Grown, Homegrown by Heroes Charley Jordan 4832 Lylewood Rd. Indian Mound 931-561-8072 circlejranch09@gmail.com www.facebook.com/circlejranchtn Small veteran-owned farm offering retail freezer beef, farm-fresh eggs and a variety of farm-fresh produce grown in hydroponic and raised bed systems. ---------------------------------------- Cookâ€TMs Ranch Beef Thomas Cook 3509 Shady Grove Rd. Clarksville 931-358-9358 cook1231@bellsouth.net www.cooksranchbeef.com


We have greenhouse-grown herbs, culinary and edible flowers, perennials, biennials, annuals and more than 40 varieties of herbs.
Erinâ€TMs Farm Gary and Linda Hamm 5816 Hodges Rd. Cunningham 931-980-3985 erinstreefarm@gmail.com www.erinsfarm.com We have Christmas trees and blueberries. Come during tree season, starting the day after Thanksgiving, for an experience that will bring the family together. Blueberries come in around July. ---------------------------------------- Giving Thanks Farm Brian and Amiee Owen 4837 Mickle Lane Clarksville 615-975-3276 givingthanksfarm@att.net www.givingthanksfarm.com We specialize in pastured-raised, non-GMO chicken and duck eggs. Seasonally we have honey and wild blackberries. ---------------------------------------- Lazy Spread Christmas Tree Farm Joshua Johnson 3682 Dailey Rd. Clarksville 931-648-2921 lazyspread@gmail.com www.lazyspread.com We primarily grow white pine Christmas trees. We also grow Leyland cypress, Carolina Sapphire, Blue Ice and Norway spruce. We offer pre-cut Fraser fir trees grown right here in Tennessee. ---------------------------------------- McCraw Strawberry Ranch Billy and Teresa McCraw 2385 Rossview Rd. 3 miles off I-24, Exit 8 Clarksville 931-647-0187 mytnsunrise@aol.com We have pick-your-own strawberries, blackberries and blueberries. The season starts in May, possibly sooner. Call ahead for availability. We also are a pure sorghum molasses producer and we sell our honey, when available. ---------------------------------------- Morning Star Farm LLC
Patterson Place Farm & Zoo Emily Sleigh-Albright 2480 Patterson Rd. Woodlawn 931-206-7430 emilypatterson@bellsouth.net Admission fee, pumpkins extra (cash only). Opening in September, we have hayrides, saddles, grain troughs, a farmersâ€TM market, a petting zoo, corn maze. Great photo setting. Open to the public on Saturdays, and by appointment through the week. We have a pick-your-own pumpkin patch. ---------------------------------------- Santaâ€TMs Place Christmas Tree Farm 2175 Dunbar Rd. Woodlawn 931-338-6076
The Food Initiative Michael Hampton 5470 Sango Rd. Clarksville 931-905-6998 931-802-0968 thefoodinitiative@gmail.com www.thefoodinitiative.org/ The Food Initiative is a not-for-profit operation that seeks to grow healthy food, empower lives and build community. We grow a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as raise a variety of animals, such as myotonic goats, laying hens and pastured hogs. ---------------------------------------- Moore County ======================================= Baird Mountain Blueberry Farm Peggy Baird 209 Blueberry Lane Fayetteville 931-759-4318 Small blueberry farm only six miles from Lynchburg and the Jack Daniels Distillery. Pick-your-own only—and bring your own bucket; no pre-picked berries are available. ---------------------------------------- Overton County ======================================= Berry Ridge Farms David and Diana Webb Hwy. 111 Livingston 931-823-2829 Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday 6:30 a.m.-noon We have pick-your-own and pre-picked blueberries and black raspberries. We are open from the beginning of June until the end of July. ---------------------------------------- Evergreen Farm Lamar and Sue Burmeister 193 Maynord Lane Monroe 931-265-3991 We are a nursery open only in the spring. We have regular business hours March 15 through June 1, and are open by appointment only the rest of the year. We sell a wide variety of edibles including fruit trees; blueberry, blackberry and raspberry bushes; and muscadine grapes. ---------------------------------------- Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill Mark Guenther 4064 Muddy Pond Dr. Monterey 931-445-3509 muddypondsorghummill@yahoo.com www.muddypondsorghum.com/ We open Labor Day weekend, making sorghum on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays through the end of October. We also have horses at our mill so that we can show people the old-fashioned way to make sorghum. ---------------------------------------- Schrock Honey Acres Fred and Agnes Schrock 154 Schrock Lane Monterey 931-445- 3294 Daylight hours; best to call first for availability and operating hours. We have a pick-your-own blueberry patch, and honey in the fall. We are part of the Muddy Pond Mennonite community. ---------------------------------------- Putnam County ======================================= 3 Sisters Flower Farm photo Certified Naturally Grown Wendy and Ashley Williams 3665 Knight Church Rd. Cookeville 931-783-0529 threesistersfarm50@yahoo.com www.facebook.com/threesistersfarmtn We are a flower farm growing all-natural cut flowers for weddings, special events, beautiful bouquets and arrangements. We provide weekly deliveries to residences and businesses. ---------------------------------------- Apple Crest Farm Darren Smith 14381 Tuckers Ridge Silver Point 615-735-7309 applecrestfarm@gmail.com We have cherries, several varieties peaches, apples, raspberries and pears when in season.
----------------------------------------  FASCO Specimen Trees        Douglas Farley 4113 Hwy. 70 E. Cookeville 931-528-0400  defarley@frontiernet.net www.FascoSpecimenTrees.com   We specialize in large Christmas trees, 10 feet to 18 feet in height. Our current inventory of spruce trees includes many premium quality plants up to 18 feet in height.  ----------------------------------------
Hurricane Hollow Apple Orchard       Leon and Edwina Boyd 4956 Medley Amonette Rd. Buffalo Valley 931-858-2445

Beginning the first of August, we sell our apples directly from the farm, including several heirloom varieties such as Gala, Wolf River and Rusty Coat. We have early to late varieties and also sell fresh cider. ---------------------------------------- Jindydale Farms
Jack and Cindy Holman 1654 Burgess Falls Rd. Cookeville 931-265-3924 931-265-3942 jindydalefarms@gmail.com jindydalefarms.weebly.com Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 9 a.m.-3 p.m. We raise pastured meat and eggs. We sell beef, pork and chicken, as well as eggs from pastured hens. ---------------------------------------- Little Creek Produce Wayne and Charlene Moss 3500 Gainesboro Grade Cookeville 931-267-9978 lcfproduce@gmail.com www.littlecreekproduce.com/ We have all types of bedding plants, locally grown honey, blackberries, blueberries, peaches, tomatoes, sweet corn, white half-runners, peppers, squash and all types of vegetables. We also grow ornamental pumpkins, traditional pumpkins and fall decorations, as well as sunflowers (offered as cut bouquets). ---------------------------------------- Mark 4 Christmas Tree Farm Alan Galloway 535 Kinniard Rd. Cookeville 931-526-3398 mark4@live.com We continue to offer choose-and-cut white pine, Scotch pine, Leyland cypress, Norway spruce, Canaan fir and blue ice varieties. We also offer precut Fraser fir trees from the mountains of East Tennessee. ---------------------------------------- Peteâ€TMs Posies, Herbs, Produce and Specialty Creations Certified Naturally Grown Holly Zywica 1066 Anderson Lane Cookeville 931-644-3659 931-528-1575 poseypete@gmail.com www.facebook.com/petesposies I grow a wide variety of herbs, both culinary and medicinal; flowers; and seasonal year-round produce. ---------------------------------------- Raisin Acres Farm Pat and Sherri Stickler 6343 Hilham Rd. Cookeville 931-510-5201 raisinacresfarm@gmail.com www.synergyherbalworks.com/ Limited amounts of pastured poultry, eggs, a goat milk herd share, veggies in season, herbs and an herbal CSA for 2018. Offering herb classes and consultations. ---------------------------------------- Rocky Point Tree Farm Richard Savage 3214 Macedonia Cemetery Rd. Cookeville 931-526-2035 We open the Saturday before Thanksgiving and are open through Christmas. We offer these choose-and-cut varieties: blue spruce, Norway spruce, Scotch pine, Virginia pine, white pine and white spruce. You-choose-and-we-cut varieties include blue spruce, Norway spruce, Scotch pine, Virginia pine, white pine and white spruce. Fresh wreaths also available. ---------------------------------------- Thousand Pines Christmas Tree Farm/Savage Christmas Tree Farm Richard P. Savage 6985 Thomas Twin Oaks Rd. Baxter 931-858-6031 thouspines1@live.com You choose your Christmas tree from a variety of Virginia pine, Scotch pine, Canaan fir, Norway spruce and white pine. You can cut, or weâ€TMll cut it for you. Norway spruce wreaths and weekend hayrides are also available. ---------------------------------------- Waters Farm Randy and Nathan Dodson 8426 Kermit LaFever Baxter 931-267-9242 nbdodson@gmail.com We currently grow vegetables and strawberries year-round using season extension structures including high tunnels, walk-in tunnels and low tunnels, as well as seasonally grown crops. We offer four 12-week CSA seasons with a growing number of available shares. We have an annual Fall Farm Day that will be held this year on October 18. ---------------------------------------- Robertson County ======================================= Pure Pasture Farms photo Travis and Melissa Cole 6514 Hwy. 161 Springfield 615-380-1082 502-876-9000 melissa@purepasturefarms.com www.purepasturefarms.com We raise turkey, chicken, lamb and eggs. Protecting and nurturing the livestock and soil at our farms is very important to us. We invite you to taste the products that are made possible through our pursuit of a natural, pure approach to farming. ---------------------------------------- Rabbit Circle golden Organic, certification pending Jennifer Davis 4769 S. Qualls Rd. Adams 971-400-6420 balancealaska@gmail.com www.facebook.com/RabbitCircleTn/ Summer and Fall CSAs.


We offer a CSA that runs May-October. We have pick-ups in Nashville, Springfield and at the farm. Our farm store will be opening mid-April of 2018. We will sell a large variety of our homegrown vegetables, our fresh canned goods and farm-to-table baked goods. Windy Acres Farm photo
Certified Organic Alfred and Carney Farris 5552 Dixon Rd. Orlinda 615-654-3599 windyacresfarm@bellsouth.net Please call ahead. We grow and sell certified organic non-GMO yellow corn, soft red winter wheat, clear and dark hilum soybeans, oats, spelt, buckwheat, hairy vetch and rye. We also have certified organic, non-hybrid, non-GMO open-pollinated white and yellow corn; and we sell grass-fed beef. ----------------------------------------
Busy Bee Farm Blueberry Patch                              Jamie Dudiak 2450 Bowie Rd. Greenbriar 615-542-9120 busybeetrader@msn.com   We have blueberry varieties that ripen in June-July. Picnic area provided.  ----------------------------------------  Groves Family Dairy/Tennessee Real Milk     Randy Groves 5766 Highland Rd. Orlinda 615-403-7181 615-715-1179 groves.randy@yahoo.com  We sell our farm-fresh milk and produce from our own farm store. We also carry other local products. Our milk is processed and packaged on the farm.   ----------------------------------------
Heads Farm  Miranda Head        3422 Kinneys Rd. Cedar Hill 615-573-2401 mhead0511@gmail.com  I open with strawberries in mid-April, and flower and vegetable plants in the spring. In the summer, I grow lots of different vegetables. In the fall, I grow pumpkins, mums and much more for all of your fall decorating.

---------------------------------------- Honeysuckle Hill Pumpkin Farm Jeff Alsup 1765 Martins Chapel Church Rd. Springfield 615-382-7593 info@honeysucklehillfarm.com www.honeysucklehillfarm.com See our website for hours.


We sell homegrown, non-chemically grown Christmas trees, primarily white pine, onsite. ---------------------------------------- Jâ€TMs Meats and More Carl Ray Jenkins III 3550 Hwy. 76 W. Adams 931-896-3040 jsmeatsandmore@yahoo.com http://jsmeatsandmore.wix.com/jenkinsmandm Our family raises pastured Berkshire pork, grass-/grain-finished beef and free-range cage-free eggs. We are offering a CSA through Seasons Market. ---------------------------------------- Red River Bees Barry Richards 7781 Hwy. 25 E. Cross Plains 615-379-8233 info@redriverbees.com www.redriverbees.com We sell exclusively local honey produced in and around Robertson County. ---------------------------------------- Shade Tree Farm and Orchard Tom and Sarah Head 2087 Kinneys Rd. Adams 615-696-2915 615-417-8628, Sarah sarahlaine1972@yahoo.com http://shadetreeorchard.com Our orchard produces blackberries, blueberries and apples. Visitors can pick their own fruit or buy already picked in our farm store, where we also sell our cider that is made on the premises. Our cider is not pasteurized. ---------------------------------------- Shuckleâ€TMs Corn Maze/Fiddle Dee Farms
Smiley Hollow Farm Troy Smiley Goodlettsville 615-742-3820 Smileys have been farming in the same hollow since 1804. We still grow all the same great produce like we did in the old days—we just have new ways to bring it to you. Smiley Hollow is also the home of the Smiley Hollow Hayride and Barn Dance. ---------------------------------------- The Orchard at Cross Plains Don and Katie Henry 6900 Blackberry Lane Cross Plains 615-654-9227 Monday-Sunday 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Please call first for availability.
Rutherford County ======================================= Lucky Ladd Farms photo Amy Ladd 4374 Rocky Glade Rd. Eagleville 615-274-3786 615-210-2455 fun@luckyladdfarms.com www.luckyladdfarms.com Our farm store and fun park are open Wednesday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Home to Tennesseeâ€TMs largest petting farm, featuring friendly animals and exotic livestock. Not to be missed is the homegrown farm store stocked full of local gourmet goodies, fresh produce and the best sweet tea this side of the mighty Mississippi. Visit the you-pick vegetable and flower gardens in summertime. ---------------------------------------- Running Hog Farm photo Dennis Scales 409 Rocky Glade Rd. Eagleville 615-962-0265 runninghogfarm@yahoo.com www.runninghogfarm.com We raise pastured pork from heritage breed hogs. We raise hogs on pasture from birth to butcher, feeding distillerâ€TMs mash from non-GMO grains and GMO-free feed. Our meat is available at the farm by appointment or through the Nolensville Farmersâ€TM Market. ----------------------------------------
Aha! Rabbits        Kimberly Ferguson 10575 S. Windrow Rd. Rockvale 615-274-2466 kferg9804@gmail.com http://kferg9804.wix.com/aharabbits   We raise New Zealand whites and Californian rabbits. Rabbits are available year-round. We sell processed whole rabbit frozen, live meat rabbits, breeding stock, rabbit manure and red wiggler worms. ---------------------------------------- Batey Farms  Brandon Whitt       5331 Baker Rd. (retail) 3250 Wilkinson Pike Murfreesboro 615-848-4178 www.bateyfarms.com/  We offer pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries and blackberries. We also have you-pick vegetables and cut flowers. In the fall, we have a pumpkin patch and corn maze; and we have a line of pork products available year-round. Comment by Tina Wright: Remove this word??
---------------------------------------- Bloomsbury Farm        Certified Organic  Lauren Palmer 9398 Del Thomas Rd. Smyrna 615-355-8525 615-500-7826 info@bloomsburyfarms.com www.bloomsburyfarms.com/  We are both a GAP- and an organic-certified farm that grows a wide range of artisan and heirloom vegetable herbs and fruits full of flavor and color. We sprout a full line of sprouts and wheat grass year-round. We have a summer and winter CSA.
---------------------------------------- Blue Honey Farm         Carl Foster 8501 Taliaferro Rd. Eagleville 615-878-9937 tony@bluehoneyblueberries.com www.bluehoneyblueberries.com Call for availability.
We began our blueberry patch with 700 bushes and are continually adding new plants. We have added a pick-your-own option this year. We also keep bees to help pollinate our blueberries.
Country Cove Christmas Tree Farm       Joe and Jan Steiner 1189 Cut Off Rd. Murfreesboro 615- 848-8564  countrycovecctf@aol.com www.countrycovetrees.com Closed Thanksgiving.

Pick and cut your own white pine, Carolina Sapphire or Leyland cypress Christmas tree, or choose a pre-cut Fraser tree. We have more than 1,200 Leyland cypress trees in the six- to nine-foot range. ----------------------------------------


Everich Farm        Eva Berg 8695 Hwy. 269/Bell Buckle Rd. Christiana 615-499-6286 eva@everichfarm.com www.everichfarm.com   We are a small fiber farm. I breed Pygora goats and alpacas for their fleeces. I shear and process the fiber so I can design, create and craft natural items such as hats, yarn and other items.
---------------------------------------- Gamecock Apiaries        Ken Kizer 2707 Coleman Hill Rd. Rockvale 615-691-0480 615-542-6314 tngamecockfan@gmail.com Call for availability.
My honey is 100% raw honey. I also have beeswax, hand cream, homemade vanilla extract, diatomaceous earth, peaches and plums (depending on weather), and free-range eggs.
------------------------------------------  Gigiâ€TMs Organic Garden at Sinking Creek Farm     Danny and Ginger Demonbreun 2473 Battleground Dr. Murfreesboro solfoodg@gmail.com www.gigisorganic.com/
We offer workshops on everything from “Fermenting 101” and canning, to “All Grains to Glass Craft Brew” workshops. Weâ€TMve also partnered with a local school, where we teach about sustainable living and organic practices.
----------------------------------------  HPA Farms      Lisha Bates 1021 Rehobath Rd. College Grove 615-796-9138 Lisha1979@gmail.com www.facebook.com/HPAFarms   We offer grass-fed and grass-finished beef, pork (non-medicated feed), pastured-raised chicken and chicken eggs.

Jones Mill Farm Certified Naturally Grown JR and Judy Stroud 391 Jones Mill Rd. LaVergne 615-459-4727 popsstroud@aol.com We grow heirloom varieties and other unusual produce and fruits. We also grind our own flour from organic grains and sell breads, jams and jellies from our certified kitchen. Comment by Tina Wright: Unless this is part of their name, Iâ€TMd move this to the end of the copy. Where it is, it makes it seem like this is a status that this farm has and others in the listings do not, which isnâ€TMt true.
----------------------------------------  Langell Land & Cattle  Louie Langell 1652 Allisona Rd. Eagleville 615-969-4703 llangell@outlook.com  Grain-fed beef, sold in half or whole.  ----------------------------------------  Murfreesboro Community Gardening       806 East State St. Murfreesboro 615-497-5936 mborogarden@gmail.com www.facebook.com/mborogarden
Open to volunteer gardeners of all ages, races and experience levels. We are a “pull-a-weed, pick-a-veggie” operation—so everything grown in our 2,000-square-foot space is maintained and harvested by volunteers. Join us Saturdays 10 a.m.-noon, March-September. ----------------------------------------  Rocky Glade Farm                           Jim and Julie Vaughn 2397 Rocky Glade Rd. Eagleville 615-274-3496  jvaughn@rockygladefarm.com www.rockygladefarm.com  We raise fresh produce, strawberries, lots of winter squash and grass-fed beef.  We offer a fall and full winter CSA from October to May.  ---------------------------------------- Somewhere Place Else Farm       Stephen Vire 5522 Snail Shell Cave Rd. Rockvale 615-274-2070 somewhereplaceelsefarm@gmail.com www.somewhereplaceelsefarm.com   We are USDA- and FDA-certified producers of old-fashioned, all-natural, gluten-free canned goods. We grow a variety of garden vegetables and use these in most of our recipes.  ----------------------------------------  The Blueberry Patch        Angie Kleinau 5942 West Gum Rd. Murfreesboro 615-893-7940 Closed Wednesday and Sunday.


Walden Pumpkin Farm Randy Walden 8653 Rocky Fork Rd. Smyrna 615-220-2918 www.waldenfarm.biz Closed on Wednesdays. We have a pick-your-own pumpkin patch and also sell a variety of pre-picked pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, straw bales and other fall harvest items. We also have a full-service food menu. ---------------------------------------- Smith County ======================================= Dillehay Farm photo Jack and Christy Dillehay 14 Kempville Hwy. Carthage 615-774-3688 615-735-7907 jackiedillehay@hotmail.com Our season starts with garden plants grown in our own greenhouse. Produce and vegetable sales begin in late spring-early summer (seasonal). We now offer all-natural beef and pork grown and processed by the Downing Cattle Co., of Fountain Run, Kentucky (year-round). Poultry Hollow Hatchery photo Todd Rutigliano and Judy Wood 122 Wilkerson Hollow Lane Brush Creek 615-318-9036 615-477-7936 contact@poultryhollow.org www.poultryhollow.org Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Bussell Farms Ronnie and Diann Bussell 3 Rogers Lane Carthage 615-735-7637 bussellberries@gmail.com Call for availability at the farm; weâ€TMre at the Smith County Farmersâ€TM Market on Saturday in-season. We offer summer vegetables. ---------------------------------------- Bussell Greenhouse and More Samantha Bussell 3 Rogers Lane Carthage 615-735-9193 615-489-2524 samanthabb2001@gmail.com Saturday Smith County Farmersâ€TM Market I am a high school student running my own greenhouse business. I sell bedding plants and gardening vegetables. I also do hanging pots and assorted mixed arrangements. ---------------------------------------- Catesa Farms George McDonald Hwy. 25 Carthage 615-735-1462 615-735-6525 Beginning the last week in April, we sell our farm-grown pre-picked strawberries by the gallon. Please call for availability. ----------------------------------------
Chimney Swift Farm       Kimberly Walter 458 Plunkett Creek Rd. Gordonsville 615-947-6139 chimneyswiftfarms@gmail.com www.chimneyswiftfarms.com  We raise honeybees and sell 100% pure, raw honey, and beeswax candles. We sell botanical perfumes, teas and body products in limited batches from herbs grown on farm.
--------------------------  Friendship Hollow Farm                               Dale Cox and Lisa Shively Pleasant Shade 615-677-6645 dale@friendshiphollowfarm.com Call for availability.
We raise pasture-raised Kathadin sheep. We supplement their grass-fed diet with non-GMO feed and minerals. We also forage and make old-Appalachian-style shag bark hickory syrup. ----------------------------------------  Peaceful Pastures Jenny and Darrin Drake      69 Cowan Valley Lane Hickman 615-683-4291 customerservice@peacefulpastures.com www.peacefulpastures.com Open year-round for phone and online orders.

Pleasant Shade Apple Orchard Tom and Brenda Falcone 90 Big Creek Rd. Pleasant Shade 615-677-6731 Call first for availability, anytime.
Standing Stone Nubians photo Paula Butler 1154 Lakewood Dr. Gallatin 615-461-8765 615-708-5003 paula@standingstonefarms.com www.standingstonefarms.com We offer cheese-making workshops and sell cheese-making supplies, DIY kits geared specifically for the home cheesemaker. ---------------------------------------- Bottom View Farm Ralph Cooke 185 Wilkerson Lane Portland 615-325-7017 www.bottomviewfarm.com Call for hours.

Christmas Tree Adventures Justin and Lyn Diel 1124 Kendall Farms Dr. Hendersonville 615-826-3200 justin@christmastreeadventures.com www.christmastreeadventures.com Friday (1-5 p.m.), Saturday (10 a.m.-5 p.m.), Sunday (1-5 p.m.) We have five acres of choose-and-cut Christmas trees, including white pine, Scotch pine, Norway spruce and Leyland cypress. We also have pre-cut Fraser fir and “living Christmas trees” to plant in your yard after Christmas. ----------------------------------------
Cottontown Farm Certified Naturally Grown Brinn Dalton 315 Watt Nolen Rd. Cottontown 423-544-3260 brinndalton@gmail.com http://cottontownfarm.com/ We specialize in produce. We are currently selling at the Streets of Indian Lake Farmersâ€TM Market in Hendersonville, Tennessee. ---------------------------------------- Crafton Farms Johnny Crafton 209 Crafton Rd. Portland 615-969-6264 615-325-6406 Call for availability; daylight to dusk. Comment by Tina Wright: Per earlier comment, move this into the copy? We offer pre-picked and a pick-your-own strawberry patch. ---------------------------------------- De Colores Farm Alejandra and Keith Goldberg 3273 New Hope Rd. Hendersonville 615-390-3025 decoloresfarm@comcast.net www.decoloresfarm.org We breed Angora and La Mancha goats and Kune Kune pigs. We sell eggs and mohair, and goat milk for animal consumption. ---------------------------------------- Family Traditions Farm David and Lisa Ragland 438 Dorris Rd. Portland 615-319-5439 familytraditionsfarm2013@gmail.com www.familytraditionsfarm2013.com We grow many vegetables, from green beans to tomatoes to sweet corn and everything in between. ----------------------------------------
Bob and Sandra Scott Gallatin 615-451-2666 Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. We sell both farm-grown balled and burlapped and pre-cut Fraser Christmas trees, along with wreaths and garlands. ---------------------------------------- Madison Creek Farms Certified Organic Peggy and Mark Marchetti 1228 Willis Branch Rd. Goodlettsville 615-855-6430 madisoncreekfarms@gmail.com www.madisoncreekfarms.com Saturday 9 a.m.-1:00 p.m. We offer a spring, summer and fall CSA program with on-farm pickups. We specialize in cut flowers, culinary herbs and heirloom vegetables, as well as small fruit crops. The farm is open to the public Saturdays, May-October. ---------------------------------------- Miles Apiary Jan and Greg Miles 1083 Sandy Valley Rd. Hendersonville 615-824-7881 615-294-8634 greg.miles.54@gmail.com We sell pure wildflower honey produced locally from our own hives. Our honey is raw, from a variety of nectar sources. ---------------------------------------- Rock Bridge Trees David Hughes 199 Dry Fork Creek Rd. Bethpage 615-841-3664 615-351-2854 rockbridgetrees@gmail.com www.rockbridgetrees.com Farm visits by appointment only. Container nursery specializing in Northern pecans and flowering trees for bees. Mail order. ---------------------------------------- The Garden on Long Hollow Pike Jim Sutton 3806 Long Hollow Pike Goodlettsville 615-504-6545 We grow summer produce. We start in May on weekends with flowers and potting plants. We then go to seven days a week when we have a variety of vegetables, usually around the end of June through Halloween. ---------------------------------------- The Veggie Patch Chris Sherburne 1252 Harsh Lane Castalian Springs 615-636-5888 csgrtdane@gmail.com www.facebook.theveggiepatchcs.com
Walnut Hills Farm Doug and Sue Bagwell 6635 Hwy. 231 N. Bethpage 615-374-4575 info@walnuthillsfarm.com www.walnuthillsfarm.com We specialize in sustainable practices for raising beef, chicken, pork and eggs. Animals are raised on grass without use of antibiotics or steroids. Meats are sold by-the-piece, CSA and bulk freezer quantities. ---------------------------------------- White Squirrel Farm Tracy Delong and Chris Winters Bethpage 615-374-1949 whitesquirrelfarm@gmail.com We grow a diverse selection of seasonal produce, flowers, herbs and eggs using strict organic growing methods and sustainable farming practices. We offer a weekly share CSA May through December. ---------------------------------------- Trousdale County ======================================= Kelleyâ€TMs Berry Farm photo Patrick and Jon Kelley 50 Riverview Estates Lane Castalian Springs 615-633-1426 615-633-7447 kelleysberryfarm@hotmail.com www.kelleysberries.com Monday-Sunday 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Open daily mid-May when strawberries are ready. Closed on Sunday during other berry seasons. We sell pre-picked and pick-your-own strawberries, followed by blueberries and blackberries. We also have peaches in August. ---------------------------------------- Van Buren County ======================================= Fall Creek Farms Dana and Bradley Bleasdale Walling Rd. Spencer 931-316-2587 fallcreekfarms@gmail.com www.fallcreekfarms.net We have 100% grass-fed beef and meat chickens, free-range eggs, and cow and goat milk shares, plus goat milk soap. We have a CSA weekly basket delivery for 20 weeks. ---------------------------------------- Kiraâ€TMs Kids Dairy Kim Banks Lonewood Rd. Spencer 423-881-5703 kimbanks@kiraskidsdairy.com www.kiraskidsdairy.com Kiraâ€TMs Kids Dairy is a grade A goat dairy and cheese plant. We make fresh goat cheeses including chevre (flavored and plain) and feta.
Ragland Farms Dusty and Brandon Ragland 6811 Old State Hwy. 111 Spencer 931-946-2491 931-235-0969 dlproctor@blomand.net We offer free-range chicken eggs; grass-fed Angus/Gelbveih beef with no hormones, steroids or antibiotics; and honey, all-natural, unprocessed and unpasteurized. ---------------------------------------- Warren County ======================================= Barton Creek Farm Danny Roller 5726 E. Green Hill Rd. Rock Island 931-224-6122 jjducks@blomand.net I am an Angus beef cattle producer; all are raised on my farm. They are grass- and grain-fed. ---------------------------------------- Bluffview Nursery Todd Panter 4155 Hills Creek Rd. McMinnville 931-815-2632 todd@bluffviewnursery.org www.bluffviewnursery.org/ We are one of the most respected online and local retailers of wildflower bulbs, perennial plants and native plants and flower bulbs and vinca minor ground cover in all of North America. ---------------------------------------- Casey Family Farm Dennis and Lois Casey 231 Rolling Stone Lane Morrison 931-635-3031 caseyfamilyfarm@gmail.com caseyfamilyfarm.com We have a small grade-A dairy and processing plant. We sell pasteurized, non-homogenized creamline milk. ---------------------------------------- Cedarwood Pumpkin Patch Buddy and Karen Patterson 2900 Old Nashville Hwy. McMinnville 931-939-3960 cedarwood@blomand.net www.cedarwoodfarmstn.com/

Maryâ€TMs Greenhouse 202 Meiser Lane McMinnville 931-668-2119 Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-4:30 pm. Hours vary by season; call in advance. In the spring, we sell a wide variety of herbs and vegetable plants. We also have a large selection of spring and fall bedding plants, annuals, and perennials. ---------------------------------------- Rainbow Hill Farm Carol and Walter Clarke 93 Bailey Rd. McMinnville 931-939-3117 We start the season with strawberries, end with apples, and grow about everything else in between. ----------------------------------------
Randall Walker Farms       Randall Walker 8240 Manchester Hwy. Morrison 931-635-9535 rwalkerfarms@blomand.net www.rwfarms.com Open year-round.
We have a nursery open to the public for landscape materials, shade trees, shrubs, evergreens, fruit trees and berry plants. ----------------------------------------  Swan Mill Nursery        J. Dale Bennett 1264 Old Smithville Rd. McMinnville 931-808-0750 jdb12@blomand.net  We grow and sell fruit-bearing plants. These are available late fall through spring. ---------------------------------------- Tonic Farm  Matthew and Oslin Gulick       587 Loss Crouch Rd. Morrison 931-668-3610 tonicfarms@gmail.com

Our farm raises pastured poultry and Katahdin hair sheep using grass-based, intensive grazing and sustainable methods. All poultry is harvested on the farm, from the field to your dinner table; you can see the entire process from start to finish without the doubt that comes with industrialized farming. New this year are Thanksgiving turkeys. ---------------------------------------- Wayne County ======================================= Belfair Farm photo Howard and Elaine Dustin 9855 Buttermilk Ridge Rd. Lawrenceburg 931-722-7758 931-231-9398 hedustin@belfairfarm.com www.belfairfarm.com/ Saturday 8:00 a.m.-3 p.m.


Bonnie Blue Farm Gayle Tanner Waynesboro 931-722-4628 www.bonniebluefarm.com Tennesseeâ€TMs oldest goat and cow dairy was licensed in 2006 and uses the milk from the farmâ€TMs friendly goats and cows to craft artisan cheeses. Varieties include fresh chèvre (plain and flavored), feta, bloomy rind and several types of goat and cow milk aged cheeses. ---------------------------------------- Top of the World Farm Justin Sanders 8999 Ella Gallaher Rd. Westpoint 901-491-0183 topoftheworldfarm@gmail.com www.topoftheworldfarm.com We offer grass-fed beef and lamb, plus pastured pork and chicken. ---------------------------------------- White County ======================================= Amazinâ€TM Acres photo Jimmy and Karen McCulley 2857 Old Kentucky Rd. Sparta 931-761-2971 931-808-4051 mcculleys@amazinacres.com www.amazinacres.com, Facebook:amazinacresoffun We invite you to pick your own strawberries, and also offer pre-picked strawberries. Additionally, we offer a fall farm adventure that includes a hayride to the largest you-pick pumpkin patch in Middle Tennessee. ---------------------------------------- Red Gable Cheese Workshops photo Karen Kushner 306 Tandy Lane Sparta 931-946-7688 info@redgablecheese.com www.redgablecheese.com By appointment. Learning to make cheese is fun! We provide hands-on artisan cheese-making workshops featuring soft, pressed and bloomy rind cheeses from cow and goat milk, on a beautiful, working farm near Sparta, Tennessee. ----------------------------------------
Clark Blueberry Farm Dennis Clark 1208 Hutchings College Rd. Sparta 931-761-2531 ddclark@blomand.net www.clarkblueberryfarm.com Call for availability. We have blueberries. You can pick, or we pick. Our blueberries usually ripen mid to late June and bear into August. ---------------------------------------- Williamson County ======================================= Delvin Farms photo Certified Organic Hank Delvin 6361 Cox Rd. (retail store) 6400 Delvin Farm Lane College Grove 615-538-5538 csa@delvinfarms.com www.delvinfarms.com New this year is our farm store across from Arrington Vineyards! Weâ€TMre also going to have a pick-your-own strawberry patch. Throughout the year you can find us at many of the producer-only farmersâ€TM markets in and around Nashville. In addition to the produce we sell at the farmersâ€TM markets, we offer a CSA production. Hatcher Family Dairy photo Sharon and Charlie Hatcher 6545 Arno Rd. College Grove 615-368-3405 info@hatcherfamilydairy.com www.hatcherfamilydairy.com Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. -1 p.m. From our farm store we sell a full line of dairy products, including a cream line of milk, chocolate, cheese, gelato, butter and jams and jellies. We also sell our own beef and lamb. ----------------------------------------
Allenbrooke Farms Certified Organic Stephanie and Daniel Allen 2023 Doctor Robertson Rd. Spring Hill 615-406-4592 615-504-8832 info@allenbrookefarms.com www.allenbrookefarms.com We offer on-farm pick-ups for all of our CSA members. Bring your family, pick out what food you want each week (we donâ€TMt prepack your baskets) and see where your food is grown. ---------------------------------------- Big East Fork Farms Lauren Peterson, farm manager 5400 Big East Fork Rd. Franklin 615-739-1452 bigeastfork@gmail.com www.bigeastfork.com/ Locally grown high-quality vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers. We raise heritage breed chickens and Tamworth pigs on 100% non-GMO feed. ----------------------------------------
Growild, Inc.                           Terri Barnes, Mike Berkley 7190 Hill Hughes Rd. Fairview 615-799-1910 growild@gmail.com www.growildinc.com As Tennesseeâ€TMs largest native plant nursery, we grow more than 1,000 species and cultivars of native trees, shrubs, perennials, wildflowers, grasses, ferns and vines. Our 2018 Spring Native Plant Festival will be April 27-28, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., and our fall sale is Saturday, October 20, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 
---------------------------------------- Morning Glory Orchard        Tina and Curt Wideman 7690 Nolensville Rd. Nolensville 615-395-4088 mr.apple@morninggloryorchard.com www.morninggloryorchard.com


Noble Springs Dairy Dustin and Justyne Noble 3144 Blazer Rd. Franklin 615-481-9546 dustin@noble-springs.com www.noble-springs.com We make all-natural goat cheese from our farm nestled in the hills of Williamson County. We also have grade A goat milk and yogurt available. ---------------------------------------- Riverbend Nurseries Kelley Buckley 2008 Lewisburg Pike (Hwy. 431) Franklin 615-468-2008 615-790-7900 kelley@riverbendnurseries.com www.riverbendnurseries.com/ Monday-Saturday. Call for weekday and Saturday hours. Our nursery utilizes 500 acres of family-owned and -operated land to produce 1,500 varieties of trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, herbs, tropicals and houseplants. ---------------------------------------- Three Hen Farm Mike and Lynn Serio 7350 Nolensville Rd. Nolensville 615-776-5534 615-686-8619 mserio@united.net We are a small family-owned raw honey farm. Our bees are local to the Nolensville area and our honey is from the wildflowers of this area. We produce liquid, comb and chunk comb honey. ---------------------------------------- Triple L Ranch Ann Lee 5121 Bedford Creek Rd. Franklin 615-799-2373 triplelranch@msn.com www.LLLranch.com We raise certified Hereford beef and pastured chicken. Our meat products are available on the farm, by email and year-round at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market. ---------------------------------------- Williams Honey Farm Jay Williams 2020 Fieldstone Pkwy. Suite 900-143 Franklin 310-990-5074 info@williamshoneyfarm.com www.williamshoneyfarm.com We are a small beekeeping operation with hives in and around Williamson County. We produce wildflower honey, honeycomb chunk honey, creamed honey, honey straws and lip balms (made from beeswax of wild beehives that we rescue). ---------------------------------------- Wilson County ======================================= Wedge Oak Farm Anne Overton and Karen Overton photo 3964 Old Murfreesboro Rd. Lebanon 615-766-3773-Karen Overton 615-497-3434-Anne Overton wedgeoak@gmail.com www.wedgeoakfarm.com Farm visits by appointment. Ethically raised meat and eggs, specialty sausages, event space and a meat and egg CSA. Whole/half animals and retail cuts available—chicken, duck, rabbit, turkey, pork, Mangalitsa, beef and chicken, and duck eggs. Berries on the Bend Tina Davis 723 Cairo Bend Rd. Lebanon 615-456-8673 berriesonthebend@gmail.com www.facebook.com/BerriesontheBend We offer pick-your-own and pre-picked (with advance notice) thornless blackberries and blueberries. Berries ripen between mid-June through mid-August.
Bountiful Acres Farm Sue Dickhaus Lebanon 615-547-6464 sue@bountifulacresfarm.com www.bountifulacresfarm.com We sell our farm-made goat milk soaps, herbal salves, body care, pet care products and more. Check our website for class schedules. ---------------------------------------- Circle S Farms Donnie Steed 1627 E. Old Laguardo Rd. Lebanon 615-405-6860 donnie.steed@charter.net www.tncirclesfarms.com We are a pick-your-own strawberry farm. We also have a variety of summer and fall crops, and offer our homemade soap and preserves. If no one is around, payment is by the honor system. We also open the Friday after Thanksgiving with our own Christmas trees. ---------------------------------------- Double Star Bar Farms Rod White 4685 Kennedy Creek Rd. Auburntown 615-408-4097 727-460-5681 info@doublestarbarfarm.com www.doublestarbarfarm.com We sell asparagus in April and May. We are at the Murfreesboro Main Street Market June through October selling blueberries, blackberries, sprouts, fresh pesto, basil, natural insect repellent, natural soaps, fresh ginger and seasonal shiitake mushrooms. ---------------------------------------- Dudley Farm Homer Dudley and Gary Rabideau 1707 Benders Ferry Rd. Mt. Juliet 615-415-1740 615-558-7435 garyrabideau@gmail.com www.facebook.com/DudleyFarmMJ We grow and sell more than 50 types of produce. New in 2018: asparagus (April), onions (June), leeks (April) and blackberries (June/July). Our farm-fresh tomatoes start Memorial Day in our high tunnel greenhouses. In 2018, we will be introducing a monthly farm dinner. ---------------------------------------- Field of Dreams Farm Christopher and Suellen Simpson 5350 South Commerce Rd. Watertown 615-598-0886 chris@fieldofdreamsfarmtn.com www.fieldofdreamsfarmtn.com/ We offer pastured poultry (eggs, chicken, duck and turkey); pastured pork; and grass-fed beef. We also have a state-certified processing facility where we process all of our own animals, as well as some for other small family farms. ---------------------------------------- Folsom Farms David and Teresa Folsom 930 County Line Rd. Alexandria 615-408-2018 615-202-9707 folsomfamilyfarm@gmail.com www.FolsomFarms.com We are able to offer our community fresh pastured eggs and silky wools.
1150 Grant Rd. Watertown 615-554-0624 Favoritesydney@yahoo.com We are pasture-raising non-GMO, soy-free eggs; whole chickens; and turkeys. We also have small gardens and sell small quantities of produce. ----------------------------------------
Little Seed Farm        James and Eileen Ray 1275 Whipporwill Rd. Lebanon 615-444-9490 farmer@littleseedfarm.com www.littleseedfarm.com   We craft organic soap and skincare products. Our products are sustainably produced with the highest quality organic oils and butters, healing herbs and fresh goat milk from our dairy herd.
----------------------------------------  Prattâ€TMs Orchard       Jack Pratt 4944 Trousdale Ferry Pike Lebanon 615-444-7742  jackprattsorchard@gmail.com www.prattsorchard.com

We invite you to pick or purchase already picked, juicy ripe peaches and apples from our 1500 trees. We sell both pre-picked and you-pick apples and peaches. We are a family-run business and welcome children into the orchard. ---------------------------------------- Pumpkin Hill Mack and Carrie Moss 431 Benders Ferry Rd. Mt. Juliet 615-758-5364 www.pumpkinhilltn.com Call first. We open October 3, and are open every weekend in October. We are a 200-acre working farm that turns into a giant pumpkin patch in the fall. We offer hayrides, campfires and cornstalks. ---------------------------------------- Ralston Farm Karen Dawson 2499 Sugar Flat Rd. Lebanon 615-443-1926 ralstonfarm@gmail.com Call for availability.


Rhonda and Chrisâ€TM Treeland Chris and Rhonda Leauber 2054 Beech Log Rd. Watertown 615-237-9304 christrees@aol.com www.TreeLandTN.com We open the day after Thanksgiving and are open on weekends until Christmas. We grow more than 4000 Christmas trees of various types and sizes on approximately 14 acres of our 90-acre farm. ---------------------------------------- Smith Family Farm Jason Smith 957 Gwynn Lane Lebanon 615-210-8145 ptsmith12@hotmail.com www.smithfamilyfarmtn.com/ We grow vegetable plants, fruit trees, grapes and many other things. Fruit trees are in five-gallon containers and grapes are in three- to five-gallon containers. ---------------------------------------- Kentucky Farms Serving Middle Tennessee Allen County ======================================= Eco-Gardens CSA photo
Spring Valley Sorghum Mill photo Reuben Habegger 269 Strawberry Lane Scottsville We are an Old Order Mennonite family using horsepower to make our homemade sorghum. Sorghum-making is our specialty and we usually begin making it the first week in September. The season typically lasts until about the middle of October. ---------------------------------------- Highland Produce Community Market 6200 Highland Church Rd. Highland Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The farm market opens the season with homegrown pre-picked strawberries and early tomatoes. The rest of the summer season includes a wide variety of produce, fruit, jams, jellies, chow chows, local honey and sorghum (made on the premises). Fresh pastries are served daily.
Barren County ======================================= Kennyâ€TMs Farmhouse Cheese Jeanette Stumpenhorst 2033 Thomerson Park Rd. Austin 270-434-4124 kenny@kennyscheese.com www.kennyscheese.com We are a certified-artisan cheese producer. ---------------------------------------- Casey County ======================================= Bobbettâ€TMs
Logan County ======================================= JD Country Milk Willis Edna and Justin Schrock 1059 Ellis Rd. Russellville 270-726-2200 willschro@aol.com www.jdcountrymilk.com Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. We are a family-owned and -operated dairy farm located near Russellville, Kentucky. We process all of our milk in our own processing plant. It is not homogenized, so you will see the cream on top. Moo 2 U Dairy Mike Armstrong 1819 Dot Rd. Adairville 615-804-6164 milkmanmikemoo2u@gmail.com http://moo2udairy.com/ Moo2U delivers cow herd shares to the greater Nashville area and Clarksville. Milk is for herd share members only. ---------------------------------------- Rockcastle County ======================================= Salamander Springs Farm Susana Lein P.O. Box 354 Berea Springs 859-893-3360 susanalein@yahoo.com www.localharvest.org/farms/M5606 We offer produce, fruit, cornmeal, popcorn, pinto and black beans, nuts, flowers and herbs—grown without tillage, pesticides or fertilizers. Farm products are sold at local markets and stores, via CSA and at regional events.
Jacksonâ€TMs Orchard & Nursery, Inc. Cathy Otis 1280 Slim Island Rd. Bowling Green 270-781-5303 JacksonsOrchard@hughes.net www.jacksonsorchard.com During the spring, we offer a large selection of perennials and annuals. We also have a nice selection of vegetable plants, herbs, berry bushes and fruit trees. Our first fruits and vegetables are available in mid-June. We grow peaches and more than 20 varieties of apples. In October, we host a pumpkin festival each weekend. ---------------------------------------- River Cottage Farm Debbie and Brayden Apple 5635 Blue Level Rd. Rockfield 270-796-2662 Brayden@rivercottagefarm.net http://rivercottagefarm.net We are a grass-based dairy, beef, chicken and pork farm.