Van Buren County ======================================= **Fall Creek Farms Dana and Bradley Bleasdale Walling Rd. Spencer (931) 316-3041 fallcreekfarms@gmail.com www.fallcreekfarms.net We grow produce and run a raw milk herd share program including goat milk and jersey cow milk. In addition to our other endeavors, we also have grass-fed beef and lamb and free-range chicken and duck eggs available. We sell at the Cookeville Farmersâ€TM Market on Saturdays. ---------------------------------------- Ragland Farms Dusty and Brandon Ragland 6811 Old State Hwy. 111 Spencer (931) 235-0969 or (931) 946-2491 dlproctor@blomand.net We raise and sell grass-fed/pastured beef and eggs. We also sell unprocessed honey from our farm. ---------------------------------------- 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. My beef is USDA-inspected, dry-aged and vacuum-sealed, all-natural, with no added hormones. ---------------------------------------- Bluffview Nursery Todd Panter 4155 Hills Creek Rd. McMinnville (931) 815-2632 todd@bluffviewnursery.org www.bluffviewnursery.org Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. We are an online and local retailer of wildflower bulbs, perennial plants, native plants and flower bulbs and vinca minor ground cover. We are also at the Main Street Farmersâ€TM Market in Murfreesboro from the first of June through the end of October. ---------------------------------------- Casey Family Farm Dennis and Lois Casey 231 Rolling Stone Lane Morrison (931) 635-3031 caseyfamilyfarm@gmail.com


****Cedarwood Pumpkin Patch Buddy and Karen Patterson 2900 Old Nashville Hwy. McMinnville (931) 939-3960 cedarwood@blomand.net www.cedarwoodfarmstn.com Season: September/October Hours for September/October pumpkin patch: Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. by reservation only, Friday-Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 10 p.m., Sunday noon - 5 p.m. We host a harvest festival with hayrides to the pick-your-own pumpkin patch, hay maze, petting zoo, corn maze and more. The rest of the year we are a nursery operation offering shade trees, flowering trees, shrubs, grasses and mums. ---------------------------------------- Maryâ€TMs Greenhouse 202 Meiser Lane McMinnville (931) 668-2119 Monday-Saturday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Seasonal hours; 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.
Randall Walker Farms Randall Walker 8240 Manchester Hwy. Morrison (931) 635-9535 rwalkerfarms@blomand.net www.rwfarms.com Monday-Saturday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Open year-round. Our sales yard is open and fully stocked year-round with container and balled and burlapped nursery stock. We have beautiful trees, shrubs, evergreens and ground covers available for all your needs. Fresh-picked berries, grapes and muscadines are available in season; frozen berries are available all year. ---------------------------------------- Swan Mill Nursery J. Dale Bennett 1264 Old Smithville Rd. McMinnville (931) 808-0750 or (931) 473-8760 jdb12@blomand.net We grow blueberry plants in one-gallon and three-gallon containers; several varieties are available. We also have fig and pawpaw plants. ----------------------------------------
Willow Oak Beef Bonnie and Robert Mullican 1258 Vandagriff Rd. McMinnville (615) 849-6751 or (615) 653-0261 robert @willowoakbeef.com www.willowoakbeef.com Farm-fresh beef. No added hormones, no antibiotics, naturally raised. All cattle are grass-fed, finished on grain, locally processed, USDA-inspected, dry-aged 21 days and vacuum-packaged for freshness. We are at the Warren County Farmersâ€TM Market on Saturdays. ---------------------------------------- Wayne County ======================================= **Belfair Farm premium w/photo Howard and Elaine Dustin 9855 Buttermilk Ridge Rd. Lawrenceburg (931) 231-3304 or (931) 231-9398
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. The goats and cows are on pasture every day and their diets are supplemented with non-GMO hay and grain. No hormones or antibiotics. ---------------------------------------- White County ======================================= Vaughnâ€TMs #1 Bermuda Grass-Fed Beef Premium w/photo Mike and Lyn Vaughn 445 Bermuda Rd. Walling (931) 738-2337 or (931) 808-3856 jmvaughn@blomand.net Vaughnâ€TMs #1 Bermuda grass-fed beef is processed from cattle raised on the family farm. We raise Black Angus, fed and finished on Vaughnâ€TMs #1 Bermuda grass and hay. We sell quarters, halves, wholes and individual cuts. We are at the Cumberland Sustainable Farmersâ€TM Market on Thursdays (order online), the Rutherford County Farmersâ€TM Market, the Sparta Green Market and the Cookeville Farmersâ€TM Market. We also sell from our house. ---------------------------------------- ***Amazinâ€TM Acres Jimmy and Karen McCulley 2857 Old Kentucky Rd. Sparta (931) 761-2971 or (931) 808-4051 mcculleys@amazinacres.com www.amazinacres.com We invite you to pick-your-own strawberries (raised beds and plastic makes for easier picking). We sell our fruit at our own farm market and for convenience we offer pre-picked strawberries. You can also get fall decorations at our farm. And we offer a fall farm adventure that includes a hayride to the largest you-pick pumpkin patch in Middle Tennessee, three corn mazes and many farm “ag-tivities” that are great for families, friends, school groups and church groups. ---------------------------------------- ###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 pick or we pick. Our blueberries usually ripen in middle to late June and last into August. Our berries are available here at our farm; you might also find us at the Cookeville or Sparta farmersâ€TM markets if we are not sold out from home. ---------------------------------------- Red Gable Cheese Workshops 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 cheesemaking workshops featuring soft, pressed and bloomy rind cheeses from cow and goat milk on a beautiful working farm. Pre-scheduled classes and private group instruction offered. ---------------------------------------- Williamson County ======================================= Hatcher Family Dairy Golden w/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. Our farm has been in our family since 1831. ---------------------------------------- *Tavalin Tails Farm Golden w/photo Amy and Brandon Tavalin 6290 McDaniel Rd. College Grove (615) 772-3394 or (615) 445-9354 tavalintails@gmail.com www.tavalintails.com Tavalin Tails is the livestock side of Delvin Farms. We grow beef, pork, chicken and lamb naturally on organic land. We offer a year-round meat CSA in addition to selling at several area farmersâ€TM markets. ---------------------------------------- # **Allenbrooke Farms
Stephanie and Daniel Allen 2023 Doctor Robertson Rd. Spring Hill (615) 406-4592 or (615) 504-8832 info@allenbrookefarms.com www.allenbrookefarms.com We are a certified organic farm offering on-farm pick-ups for all of our 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) 519-2498 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. Our lamb and beef are raised on grass and processed locally under USDA inspection. Our products are available on our website for pick-up on the farm and through our CSA. ---------------------------------------- Boyd Mill Farm Carol Warren 3395 Blazer Rd. Franklin (615) 794-3867 krol@boydmillfarm.com www.boydmillfarm.com Monday-Friday 7 - 11 a.m.
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**Gentryâ€TMs Farm Allen and Cindy Gentry 1974 Hwy. 96 W. Franklin (615) 794-4368 cindygentry@aol.com www.gentryfarm.com We host spring and fall field trips by reservation and host a summer camp for kids. And, weâ€TMre celebrating 21 years of pumpkin fun: Beginning the last weekend in September and running through the end of October, we offer acres of pick-your-own pumpkins, hayrides, a corn maze, fun farm animals and barns to explore. Weâ€TMre now selling grass-fed, -finished all-natural beef. ---------------------------------------- Growild, Inc. Terri Barnes, Mike Berkley 7190 Hill Hughes Rd. Fairview (615) 799-1910 growild@gmail.com www.growildinc.com Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. - noon
*Morning Glory Orchard Tina Wideman 7690 Nolensville Rd. Nolensville (615) 395-4088 mr.apple@morninggloryorchard.com www.morninggloryorchard.com Check website for hours of operation.
Nashville Natives Andy Sudbrock 7443 Liberty Rd. Fairview (615) 579-8146 admin@nashvillenatives.com www.nashvillenatives.com We are a small specialty nursery and have both a spring sale and a fall sale. The spring sale is typically in May and the fall sale is typically in October. We specialize in growing native plants for environmental restoration, as well as succulents for green roofs and fruit trees and shrubs for home orchards. ---------------------------------------- Noble Springs Dairy Justyne Noble 3144 Blazer Rd. Franklin (615) 481-9546 dustin@noble-springs.com www.noble-springs.com All-natural goat cheese from our farm. We take pride in knowing that every drop of milk that goes into cheese is derived from the natural forages that our goats enjoy on our farm. We also have Grade A goat milk and yogurt available, as well as goat milk soap. ---------------------------------------- Riverbend Nurseries Kelley Buckley 2008 Lewisburg Pike (Hwy. 431) Franklin (615) 468-2008 or (615) 790-7900 kelley@riverbendnurseries.com www.riverbendnurseries.com Monday-Saturday. Call for weekday and Saturday hours.
Locally owned, locally grown for more than 25 years. We grow more than 1500 varieties of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and vegetables. We offer a wide selection of plants that are acclimated to our Middle Tennessee climate. Additionally, our nursery hosts many special family-friendly events throughout the year. ----------------------------------------  Three Hen Farm  Mike and Lynn Serio 7350 Nolensville Rd. Nolensville (615) 776-5534      mserio@united.net We are located in Nolensville and all of our honey is from local blossoms. Our honey is raw and unfiltered. We sell both liquid and 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 cattle are grass-fed, grain-finished and have received no growth hormones or antibiotics. All-natural and minimally processed, our beef is dry-aged 21 days to ensure tenderness and rich flavor.   ----------------------------------------

Williams Honey Farm Jay Williams 2020 Fieldstone Pkwy. Suite 900-143 Franklin (844) 2-POLLEN or (310) 990-5074 info@williamshoneyfarm.com www.williamshoneyfarm.com We are a small beekeeping operation. We use no antibiotics, acids or harsh chemicals of any kind in our hives. We produce wildflower honey, honeycomb chunk honey, creamed honey, honey straws and lip balms (made from the beeswax of wild beehives that weâ€TMve rescued). ---------------------------------------- Wilson County ======================================= Berries on the Bend Tina Davis 723 Cairo Bend Rd. Lebanon (615) 456-8673 berriesonthebend@gmail.com www.facebook.com/BerriesontheBend Call for availability. Berries on the Bend grows fresh, delicious blueberries in a relaxing country setting. We offer pick-your-own and pre-picked (with advanced notice) blueberries. Berries ripen between mid-June through mid-August. ---------------------------------------- *Bountiful Acres Farm Sue Dickhaus Bountiful Acres Farm Lebanon (615) 547-6464 hello@bountifulacresfarm.com www.bountifulacresfarm.com We sell our farm-made goat milk soaps, herbal salves, body care, pet care products and a flower CSA. Check our website for class schedule. ---------------------------------------- **Circle S Farms Donnie Steed 1627 E. Old Laguardo Rd. Lebanon (615) 405-6860 d nsteed@gmail.com www.tncirclesfarms.com


###Double Star Bar Farms Rod White 4685 Kennedy Creek Rd. Auburntown (615) 408-4097 info@doublestarbarfarm.com www.doublestarbarfarm.com We sell asparagus in April and May. Our baked French baguettes and New York bagels can be ordered on the year-round farmersâ€TM market stonesriver.locallygrown.net. We sell blueberries, blackberries, sprouts, fresh pesto, basil, natural insect repellent, natural soaps, fresh ginger and seasonal shiitake mushrooms. ---------------------------------------- Dudley Farm Homer Dudley 1707 Benders Ferry Rd. Mt. Juliet (615) 598-7435 or (615) 444-5599 homerdudley@gmail.com www.facebook.com/DudleyFarmMJ We are known for our self-service farm stand that operates on the honor system, which was featured on NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. We have a variety of fruits and vegetables available, but our most popular product is homegrown tomatoes. ---------------------------------------- Field of Dreams Farm Christopher and Suellen Simpson 5350 South Commerce Rd. Watertown (615) 598-0886 or (615) 598-1840 chris@fieldofdreamsfarmtn.com www.fieldofdreamsfarmtn.com We specialize in pastured meats. 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 folsomfamilyfarm@gmail.com www.FolsomFarms.com We are a multigenerational family farm with a passion for farm life. We are able to offer our community fresh pastured eggs and silky wools. Our heritage breed hens keep our goats and sheep company. Our fleeces are 100% grass-fed. Wool is available year-round and eggs are available in the spring and summer.
Little Belly Farm Sydney Followill 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. We never spray any of our produce or fields. ---------------------------------------- Little Seed Farm James and Eileen Ray 1275 Whippoorwill Rd. Lebanon (505) 440-7934 farmer@littleseedfarm.com www.littleseedfarm.com We craft organic soap and skincare designed to nourish and rejuvenate your skin, while also being gentle on the environment. ---------------------------------------- Prattâ€TMs Orchard Jack Pratt 4944 Trousdale Ferry Pike Lebanon (615) 444-7742 jackprattsorchard@gmail.com www.prattsorchard.com Monday-Saturday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sunday, noon - 5 p.m. We invite you to pick for yourself, or to purchase pre-picked, juicy ripe peaches and apples from our 1500 trees. We are third-generation fruit growers and have farmed our current location for more than 25 years. We are a family-run business and welcome children into the orchard. ---------------------------------------- ***Pumpkin Hill Mack and Carrie Moss 861 Benders Ferry Rd. Mt. Juliet (615) 758-5364 www.pumpkinhilltn.com Open weekends in October. For 25 years, weâ€TMve offered pumpkins, jack-oâ€TM-lanterns, hayrides, campfires, a corn maze, hay bales and much more. ---------------------------------------- ***Rhonda and Chrisâ€TM Treeland Chris and Rhonda Leauber 2054 Beech Log Rd. Watertown (615) 237-9304 christrees@aol.com www.TreeLandTN.com Saturday-Sunday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. We open the day after Thanksgiving and are open every weekend until Christmas. We grow more than 4000 Christmas trees of various types and sizes. We have a limited number of trees in the six-feet to 14-feet range. Most of the available trees for our cut-and-choose option are Virginia pines and Leyland cypresses. To help keep warm, we keep a campfire going, and offer free hot spiced cider, hot chocolate and cookies. ---------------------------------------- Smith Family Farm Jason Smith 957 Gwynn Lane Lebanon (615) 210-8145 jason@smithfamilyfarmtn.com www.smithfamilyfarmtn.com We are a small family farm and we grow salad mix, microgreens, eggs, tomatoes, radishes, turnips, beets, kale, arugula and leaf lettuces. We sell from the farm on Saturdays during the spring and summer season. ---------------------------------------- **Wedge Oak Farm Anne Overton and Karen Overton 3964 Old Murfreesboro Rd. Lebanon (615) 497-3434 (Anne) (615) 766-3773 (Karen) wedgeoak@gmail.com www.wedgeoakfarm.com Farm visits by appointment. We offer ethically raised meat and eggs, specialty sausages, an event space and a meat and egg CSA. Whole/half animals and retail cuts available: chicken, duck, turkey, pork, Mangalitsa and beef. We have chicken and duck eggs. Weâ€TMre at the Richland Park Farmersâ€TM Market Saturdays year-round. ---------------------------------------- Southern Kentucky Farms Serving Middle Tennessee Allen County ======================================= ** # Eco-Gardens CSA Andrew and Reuben Habegger 149 Strawberry Lane Scottsville (615) 331-0104, eco-gardenscsa@bellsouth.net (615) 826-0033, regina@hendersonvilleproduce.com Our farm market is open every Saturday from May through November 1.
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. This community market is served by and for the local Mennonite community. Please be respectful of the community and drive slowly, watching for children, horses and buggies. ---------------------------------------- Idle Hour Farms Ross Hunter 12234 Hopkinsville Rd. Princeton (270) 601-0770 idlehourfarms3@gmail.com We raise sheep and free-range, pasture-raised heritage breed turkeys. We have fresh (never frozen) birds available from the third week of November through Christmas Eve. We have frozen birds available most of the year. We can be found at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market on Saturdays in November or you may place orders year-round. ---------------------------------------- Barren County ======================================= Kennyâ€TMs Farmhouse Cheese Jeanette Stumpenhorst 2033 Thomerson Park Rd. Austin (270) 434-4124 kenny@kennyscheese.com www.kennyscheese.com Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. We are a certified artisan cheese producer. Our cheese is made from the milk of our own herd, in which no artificial hormones are used to enhance milk production. We have found sustainability by making more than 30 varieties of delicious cheese. ---------------------------------------- Casey County ======================================= ## Bobbettâ€TMs Bobbett Jascor 106 Country Way Liberty (606) 787-0926 info@bobbettsgarlic.com www.bobbettsgarlic.com
I sell certified naturally grown garlic bulbs, for both planting or eating, on my website; you can also buy them in person. During the warmer months I have all kinds of produce available, including many varieties of greens. ---------------------------------------- Logan County ======================================= **Moo 2 U Dairy Mike Armstrong 1819 Dot Rd. Adairville (615) 804-6164 milkmanmikemoo2u@gmail.com http://moo2udairy.com/ Moo2U delivers herd shares to the greater Nashville area and to Clarksville. Our feed program is designed for the health of our cows—not for higher production. Milk is for herd share members only. Contact us directly if you are interested in a herd share. ---------------------------------------- JD Country Milk Willis Edna and Justin Schrock 1059 Ellis Rd. Russellville (270) 726-2200 willschro@aol.com www.jdcountrymilk.com We are a family-owned and -operated dairy farm. Our cows are free to roam on pastures of all-natural grass. We do not use hormones or antibiotics in our cows. We process all of our milk in our own processing plant. Metcalfe County ======================================= **Hill and Hollow Farm Robin Verson and Paul Bela 8545 Breeding Rd. (270) 432-0567 hhcsa@scrtc.com www.hillandhollowfarm.com Saturday 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. We deliver our CSA shares to the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market each Saturday. We also have seasonal fresh-cut flowers, fresh herbs, organic plant-dyed yarn and shiitake mushrooms. You can always find something locally produced and organically grown at our market stand. ---------------------------------------- Monroe County ======================================= **Bugtussle Farm Eric and Cher Smith 950 Rack Creek Rd. Gamaliel (270) 457-2847 info@bugtussle.com www.bugtusslefarm.com We are a diversified, sustainable farm that has been serving Nashville since 2001. We tend a few acres of vegetable, flower and herb gardens, a small orchard and a few honeybee hives, and we raise pasture-based sheep, cattle and poultry for meat, eggs and fiber. Our products are available at the Richland Park Farmersâ€TM Market and directly from the farm. Warren County ======================================= ****Chaneyâ€TMs Dairy Barn Carl and Debra Chaney 9191 Nashville Rd. Bowling Green (270) 843-5567 or (270) 991-5567 chaneyinfo@yahoo.com www.chaneysdairybarn.com We offer premium, homemade ice cream made fresh on the farm. We were recently recognized as the #1 Ice Cream Parlor in Kentucky in USA Todayâ€TMs Top Parlors in 50 States, and voted Best Ice Cream in Bowling Green. We have many fun, family events throughout the year, including our corn maze (and pumpkins) in the fall, and breakfast with Santa in December. ---------------------------------------- * Jacksonâ€TMs Orchard & Nursery, Inc. Cathy Otis 1280 Slim Island Rd. Bowling Green (270) 781-5303 JacksonsOrchard@hughes.net www.jacksonsorchard.com Check website for seasonal hours. We have been in business for more than 40 years. During the spring, we offer a large selection of perennials and annuals. We grow peaches and apples that are picked daily and sold in our retail store. Seasonal vegetables are also available. Tree-ripened peaches are in season mid-June through August. We also have more than 20 varieties of apples; apple season begins in mid-June and runs through November. Our customers can pick their own apples starting Labor Day weekend through mid-October. River Cottage Farm