Local Table Farm Guide

Welcome to the Fall Farm Guide! The good news is that there are more farms than ever; the bad news is that it's getting hard to fit everyone into the print version of the guide. If you need more information on any listing, please check out www.localtable.net, where there is additional information listed for each farm, or go to the farm's own website for hours, admission prices, etc. Support your local farms and have a great time celebrating and exploring this year's harvest!

Bedford County

Botanical Harmony Farm
Tracey Burks, Ashleigh Newnes
765 Squire Hall Rd.
Shelbyville
931-952-1224
botanicalharmony@gmail.com
www.botanicalharmony.com

We are an all-natural, highly diversified family farm providing eggs, goat milk soaps, herbal body care from organically grown herbs on our farm.


Deep-Set Farm
Candace Pederson and Anson Hohne
300 Ck Troxler Rd.
Normandy
931-581-2856
deepsetfarm@gmail.com

We are a small farm providing free-range eggs and a wide variety of naturally grown vegetables.

Petalland Flower and Herb Farm
Karen Yasui
3881 Hwy. 130
Tullahoma
931-695-5466
karenyasui@united.net
www.petalland.com/

Fabulous cut flowers grown sustainably for weddings or everyday bouquets.

Stoney Ridge Farm
Kay and Donald Kemp
160 Sinking Creek Rd.
Petersburg
931-684-1700
kaykemp@earthlink.net
www.stoneyridgealpacas.com
Please call to make an appointment.

We raise Huacaya alpacas, which give us fiber in a multitude of colors. We then have that product processed into rovings for spinners or yarn for knitters, crocheters and weavers.

Zion Gardens
Risa Brown
330 Rippy Ridge Rd.
Normandy
615-653-3347
ziongardens@gmail.com

We are a small farm growing salad greens, specialty tomatoes, herbs and seedling plants. We have a high tunnel that helps us produce salad greens through the winter.


Bledsoe County

Colvin Family Farm
Adam Colvin
1045 JB Swafford Rd.
Pikeville
866-865-8329
customersupport@colvinfamilyfarm.com
www.colvinfamilyfarm.com

We raise more than 50 different Certified Naturally Grown varieties of vegetables, herbs and fruits.


** Swafford Farm
Debra and Grady Swafford
1108 Summer City Rd.
Pikeville
423-447-2762
423-280-8596
Monday–Saturday

The fall season includes more than 80 different varieties of pumpkins, winter squash, Indian corn and more.

Cannon County

Crabtree Family Farms
Hollis Crabtree
187 Myers Lane/1993 Petty Gap Rd.
Woodbury
615-765-7237
615-765-5915
beefalo@dtccom.net

We specialize in raising Beefalo cattle. The herd is farm-raised, pastured and natural grain- and hay-fed, and hormone-, antibiotic- and steroid-free.

Donnamead Farm
Marshall and Donna Williams
7919 McMinnville Hwy.
Woodbury
615-563-2053
mlwinc43@gmail.com

We are a cow/calf producer with some registered Angus and some Angus cross commercial beef. We are offering natural grass-fed Angus beef with no hormones, steroids or antibiotics.

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 also offer soups, breads and more made in our licensed kitchen and available year-round.

*Half Hill Farm
Christian Grantham
210 Grand View Lane
Woodbury
615-469-7778
halfhillfarm@gmail.com
halfhillfarm.com

We grow organic apples, hops and edible and medicinal mushrooms. Customers can pick up inoculated mushroom logs year-round.


Willow Oak Beef
Bonnie and Robert Mullican
5914 McMinnville Hwy.
Woodbury
615-849-6751
615-653-0261
bonnie@willowoakbeef.com
www.willowoakbeef.com

Farm-fresh beef. No added hormones, no antibiotics, naturally raised. All cattle are grass-fed and finished on grain.

Cheatham County

Foggy Hollow Farm
John Patrick
2010 Valley View Rd.
Joelton
615-876-0897
615-480-2786
john@foggyhollowfarm.net
www.foggyhollowfarm.net

We are a family-operated, certified organic farm.  We are the only USDA-Certified chickens AND eggs in Middle Tennessee. We have heritage breed chickens, and incubate, hatch and sell eggs, chicks, pullets and hens.


** Edens' Garden Pegram
Charles Eden
513 Elkmoore Dr.
Pegram
615-662-8390
www.facebook.com/EdensGardenPegram

In the fall, we have pumpkins, straw, Indian corn and a host of fall products.

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/

We offer free-range eggs from happy, organically fed chickens; USDA-inspected, dry-aged, grass-fed/finished beef and organically fed, pastured chicken. All sales are direct from the farm by appointment.

KLD Farm
Kenneth Drinnon
1110 Turnipseed Rd.
Ashland City
615-952-9454
tennbeef@gmail.com
www.kldfarmtennbeef.com

We raise Angus All-Natural USDA-inspected Beef. Our calves are grass-fed and grain-finished. They are not fed any growth hormones or antibiotics.


Little Marrowbone Farm
Bill and Andrea Henry
1560 Little Marrowbone Rd.
Ashland City
615-792-4363
littlemarrowbonefarm@hotmail.com
www.facebook.com/Little-Marrowbone-Farm/ Monday–Sunday
Call ahead for availability and hours.

We sell succulents and tropicals from our greenhouse and at various events in the Nashville Metro area.


**Malinoski Farm
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 Farmers' Market and at the 12 South Farmers' Market in Nashville. Hay bales and mini corn stalks are normally available, as well. 

No. 9 Farms
Brian and Stephanie Oaks
1403 Little Marrowbone Rd.
Ashland City
615-545-0925

stephanie@no9farms.com

We grow seasonal herbs (both culinary and medicinal) and vegetables, and grow hops and herbs for local breweries, as well as create value-added products from what we grow. Please check our website for our class schedule.


Spring Creek Angus
Kenny Elrod
1108 Clarksville Pike
Pleasant View
615-948-9214
kennyelrod@att.net

Selling purebred Angus beef on the hoof. Grass- or grain-fed. Buyer also pays processing costs and I will deliver.

The Compost Company
Clay Ezell
3643 TN 12 N.
Ashland City
615-983-1200
Clay@compostcompany.com
www.compostcompany.com

We produce high-quality humus compost on site at our Ashland City Facility. Our blends include Premium Screened Compost, Secret Blend Screened Compost, Screened Compost Mulch, Natural Hardwood Mulch, Live Compost Tea and more.

Timbertop Farm
Jim Day
Ashland City
615-792-9306
jimday@timbertopfarm.com
www.timbertopfarm.com, www.cheatham.locallygrown.net

We grow shiitake and oyster mushrooms.


Coffee County

Colwell and Sons/Happy Harvest Farm Fresh CSA James Colwell
1579 Woodbury Hwy.
Manchester
931-954-0235
colwell70266@yahoo.com
www.producefreshfromthefarm.com

We offer farm-fresh, locally grown products through November. We also make our own jams and jellies/Hazel Mae's. Alpaca Atlantic of Tennessee
Lisa Olsen and Bill Fletcher
5378 Woodbury Hwy.
Manchester
931-728-6945
AlpacaAtlantic@gmail.com
www.alpacaatlantic.com/

Selling colorful, quality, reproductively sound Huacaya alpacas, their fiber and fiber products. For sales, visit our website, or visit in person.

Green Acres 5345 Rock Rd.
Manchester
931-581-0684
Monday–Sunday, closed Wednesday. Sunup to sundown.

Opening the third weekend of September, we have a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, as well as pre-picked pumpkins.

Legacy Acres Alpacas
Linda Baker
928 Parker Rd.
Manchester
931-728-5962
legacyacres@gmail.com
www.Legacyacres.com

We sell Alpaca rovings, yarns and felted sheets. Handmade crocheted, knitted and felted items can be purchased from the boutique at the farm, online or at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market.

Wayside Farm
Dan and Janet Deutmeyer
2797 Wayside Rd.
Manchester
931-954-2697
djdeutmeyer@charter.net

We sell raw fleece, roving blends and yarn. We sell at Fiber in the 'Boro Fiber Festival in Murfreesboro in October and at the farm.

Cumberland County

****Red Barn Gardens CSA
Dave Myers
1219 Vandever Rd.
Crossville
931-200-6759

We offer a fall CSA with organically grown vegetables and seasonal produce available. Farm pickups and CSA deliveries to Pleasant Hill and Crossville.

****Wild Things CSA
Terry Brooks
766 Hebbertsburg Rd.
Crab Orchard
931-787-3333
wildthings@frontiernet.net
www.wildthingscsafarm.com

We have a high tunnel with a winter veggie program that is operated by way of an email distribution list. Fresh eggs are available from the happy hens year-round.

Davidson County

Eaton's Creek Organics Farm
Tana Comer
5570 Eaton's Creek Rd.
Joelton
615-415-2734
ecorganicsfarm@gmail.com
www.ecorganics.net

Certified organic. We sell our vegetables, herbs, fruits and flowers at the West End Farmers' Market.


Annie Acres
Kelly Albright
4610 Eatons Creek Rd.
Nashville
931-216-4387
albrightkelly@gmail.com
annieacres.com (working in mid-2015)

Our Jerseys supply customers with fresh raw milk, sweet cream butter, heavy cream and half and half in the form of pet food and labeled as such. We also offer pastured poultry, eggs and live hens for backyard production.


Basil & Bergamot Flower Farm
Emily Daniel
941 Seymour Ave.
Nashville
606-344-9682
basil.bergamot@gmail.com
www.basilandbergamot.com

We specialize in growing flowers with beautiful colors, amazing fragrance and longstanding beauty. No harsh chemicals or fertilizers are ever used on our flowers.


Bells Bend Farm
Eric Wooldridge and Loran Shallenberger 5188 Old Hickory Blvd.
Nashville
615-974-2388
loran@bellsbendfarms.com
www.bellsbendfarms.com

We sell sustainably grown produce, as well as eggs, pork, beef, lamb, poultry and milled grains.

Buffalo Road Produce
Philip and Mandy Bennett
7556 Buffalo Rd.
Nashville
615-926-9803
615-678-1355
buffalovalleyfarm@gmail.com
www.buffaloroadproduce.com
Friday 5–7:30 p.m.

We offer fresh produce, fresh farm eggs and honey.

Chop Wood Carry Water Retreat Center
Devin Pena
5240 Old Hickory Blvd.
Nashville
615-429-9044
devin@cwcwretreat.org
www.cwcwretreat.org

We sell our produce at the Nashville Farmers' Market on Saturdays and Sundays through the end of November.


FarmOne.org
Kevin Derkits
Dry Fork Rd.
Whites Creek
615-483-1318
info@farmone.org
www.farmone.org/

FarmOne is a Nashville-area non-profit serving the community through responsible agriculture education, and providing first harvest food donation to those in need. Volunteer opportunities available.

Fresh and Local Nashville
Shaun Daugherty
3534 Central Pike, Ste. 101
Hermitage
615-566-1895
freshjuicery@yahoo.com
www.freshandlocalnashville.com/

We are a small farm that focuses on naturally grown produce.

****Green Door Gourmet
Sylvia Ganier
7011 River Road Pike
Nashville
615-942-7169
info@greendoorgourmet.com
www.greendoorgourmet.com
Please check website for current store hours.

We are a multifaceted farm operation with an on-farm market, traditional and flexible CSA, event barn and agritourism operation within the city limits of Nashville.

Johnson Honey Farm
Robert Johnson
1206 S. Dickerson Rd.
Goodlettsville
615-859-7253
ejohnsonhoney@aol.com

We produce and sell clover, wild flower and sourwood honey locally. We also sell free-range eggs.


Local Living Farm
Ed Harrison
5318 Hickory Hollow Parkway
Nashville
615-260-6621
LocalLivingFarm@smartergardens.com
www.locallivingfarm.com/

We operate an indoor farming operation inside a former Antioch big box store and we sell our produce directly to the public from this location.

Nashville Cattle Co.
Courtney Deal
238 54th Ave. N.
Nashville
646-245-7067
courtney@nashvillecattleco.com
www.nashvillecattleco.com/

Humanely raised 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.


Old School Farm
Rachel Stubbs
5022 Old Hydes Ferry Pike
Nashville
TN
888-551-8622
615-881-9474
info@oldschoolfarm.org
www.oldschoolfarm.org

We provide meaningful employment for adults with intellectual disabilities in growing fresh, organic vegetables, herbs, flowers and eggs.

Paradise Produce
Sonia and Stacy Geny
7721 B Whites Creek Pike
Joelton
615-476-9203
paradiseproduce@gmail.com
www.paradiseproducefarms.com

We offer naturally grown, chemical/pesticide- and GMO-free produce.

Richards Family Farm
Troy Richards
1508 E. Stewarts Lane
Nashville
615-255-6074
Monday–Sunday, 8 a.m.–6 p.m.

We specialize in turnip greens and okra.

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 quarter, half and whole hanging weight. We also have quail eggs for eating or hatching your own, as well as quail for the table.

Six Boots Growers' Collective
Kevin Sykes
Nashville
919-624-1058
sixbootscollective@gmail.com
www.sixbootscollective.com/

We are a group of vegetable farmers in Bells Bend who use well-planned growing practices to grow many open-pollinated and heirloom varieties.


Whites Creek Flower Farm
Laura Bigbee-Fott
6921 Old Hickory Blvd.
Whites Creek
615-426-6722
whitescreekflowerfarm@gmail.com
www.whitescreekflowerfarm.com/

We grow fresh flowers without pesticides or chemical fertilizers. We tend towards the unusual: lots of natives, heirlooms and flowers not typically available.


DeKalb County

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. To confirm seasonal hours of operation, call 615-597-9560. 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, pastured pork, pastured chicken and free-range eggs.


DND Farm
Thomas Theriaque
2341 Adamson Branch Rd.
Liberty
615-597-9853
dndfarmtn@gmail.com
www.DNDFarmTN.com

We grow a wide variety fruits, vegetables and herbs using sustainable growing methods. We also raise chickens for eggs and bees for honey.


Food From God Farm
Lori Wright
1900 Banks Pisgah Rd.
Smithville
615-597-1358
lori.foodfromgod@yahoo.com
www.matthew540.com/foodfromgod.htm
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 2–4:30 p.m.

Our family has a stone mill and fresh grinds 24 different grains on a daily basis. We then bake whole-grain breads. We also have a selection of dried fruits.

Pomona Hill Farm
Bob, Jeanne, James, Dan Motichek
425 Oakley Hollow Rd.
Alexandria
615-970-8647
985-373-0814
motichekbj@gmail.com
http://_facebook pomonahillfarm_

We grow a variety of vegetables, berries, tree fruits, flowers and herbs. We also produce eggs, honey, pastured lambs and goat milk soaps.

Starry Hill Farm
Duane Park
1021 Chapman Hollow Rd.
Dowelltown
615- 536-6174
farmerpark@yahoo.com
www.starryhillfarm.com

We sell mostly meats and vegetables grown using organic growing methods.


WeDo Farm
Ricky Ervin
1230 Bethel Rd.
P.O. Box 495
Smithville
615-597-1864

We raise naturally grown vegetables, prickly pear/cactus and cane/bamboo products.

Dickson County

Three Creeks Farm
Beth Collier-Shafer
365 Peabody Rd.
Charlotte
615-789-5943
615-476-0462
tn3creeksfarm@yahoo.com
Call in advance.

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 dying.

***B & K Farms
Brian and Kim Eash
4230 Hwy. 49 W.
Vanleer
615-891-8610
bkfarms@emypeople.net

We raise beef, pork, chicken, eggs, Thanksgiving turkeys and a full line of produce. Our animals are all raised on grass and GMO-free feed.

Balanced Beef, LLC
Cole and Tracey Reagan
840 Goslin Branch Rd.
Burns
615-545-6402
ctreagan@bellsouth.net

We raise Black Angus cattle that are fed a balance of grass and grain. Our beef is just that, beef!


**Berry Farms Harvest on Hayshed Todd and Lenee Berry
1140 Hayshed Rd.
Dickson
615-789-5843
615-504-8072
gotberrys@aol.com
www.harvestonhayshed.com

We are open weekends in October. Our pumpkin patch has a hayride, hay maze and a playground. We also have an on-farm market, which has all your decorating needs for fall.

**Clifton Farms
Jean and Ray Clifton
985 Southerland Rd.
Dickson
615-446-4686
ray.clifton985@gmail.com

We raise 70-plus varieties including, kale, turnip greens, lettuce, carrots, sweet potatoes, winter squash, pumpkins, herbs, honey and sorghum. Winter vegetables are available from our tunnel house.

Heritage Glen Farm
Meg and Harry Edwards
680 Frannie Branch Rd.
Dickson
615-740-5254
HeritageGlenFarm@aol.com

In addition to our fresh pastured eggs, we sell pastured, organically fed broilers. We also raise heritage breeds of chickens and guinea hens for sale.


**Keller's Corny Country Bryan and Tonya Keller
542 Firetower Rd.
Dickson
615-441-4822
kellerklan@att.net
www.kellerscornycountry.com
Saturday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.

We provide a pick-your-own pumpkin patch and two corn mazes each fall. We have hayrides to the pumpkin patch, a large kidsâ€TM maze, a playground and tons of corn kernels that you slide in and out of, as well as an indoor hay maze, an educational facility and a barrel train.


Little Montana
John and Cindy Fink
1095 White Rd.
Bon Aqua
615- 509-0153
pvcconsulting@yahoo.com

We have poultry, rabbit and farm-fresh eggs.


Morris Hollow Cattle Company
Jay Morris
1135 Ben Collier Rd.
Charlotte
615-642-6219
jaymorris66@aol.com
www.morrishollowfarms.com

Our cattle are only supplemented with our own blend of natural grains. No hormones, no antibiotics, no preservatives and no pink slime.

New American Farms
Mitch and Serena Harden
1399 Hornal Rd.
White Bluff
781-572-5403
mitchserena@hotmail.com

We specialize in pasture-raised and organically fed chicken eggs, pesticide- and herbicide-free produce, pasture-raised and grass-finished beef, pork and poultry.


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.


Fentress County

Herb and Plow
Chris Arnold
823 Hack Beatty Rd.
Grimsley
herbandplow@gmail.com
www.herbandplow.com

We are a certified naturally grown fruit and vegetable farm growing 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/

Open weekdays by appointment for field trips and parties, Fridays 4–7 p.m., Saturdays 2–7 p.m. and closed on Sundays except for private parties.  We offer field trips, family fun, pumpkin patches, trails, hayrides, honey and molasses.


Franklin County

**Grandaddy's Farm Andrew Dixon
454 Highland Ridge Rd.
Estill Springs
931-327-4080
dixons@grandaddysfarm.com
www.grandaddysfarm.com

We are a fourth-generation farm that we open to the public in the fall. We have a large variety of mums, fall produce, pumpkins and honey. We have one of the biggest and best pumpkin patches around.

Giles County

**Limoland Carol Gordon
8076 Columbia Hwy.
Pulaski
931-309-9462
931-363-5744
limoland@bellsouth.net

Opening in October, we sell fall produce, mums, gourds and pumpkins. Our pumpkin patch includes a giant slide and lots of fun activities.


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 by quarters, sides or whole beef for custom slaughtering.


Rollins Farm
Ed and Teresa Rollins
5129 Prospect Rd.
Prospect
931-363-0265
edmondrollins@gmail.com
www.rollinsfarms.com

We sell our own honey direct from the farm, as well as our own beef.

Grundy County

*Frontier Family Farms
Michael Raines
391 Frontier Rd.
Altamont
931- 692-3919
MichaelRaines@me.com

We have year-round hydroponic lettuce and some greens, along with our season/limited meats/produce as follows: pasture-raised chickens, apples and tomatoes.


In Town Organics and Summerfields
Jess and Nate Wilson
197th 8th St.
Monteagle
931-808-3004
931-808-3004
www.etsy.com/shop/SummerFieldsFibers?ref=hdr_shop_menu

We offer sustainably grown vegetables and grass-fed lamb and wool.

**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 have fresh produce through the fall. We will also have grapes, fall mums, pumpkins, gourds and more.

Hardin County

**Culbertson Farms
Randall and Jean Culbertson
200 Gillis Rd.
Savannah
731- 925-4872
svnnhcjean@aol.com

We end our season with late-season tomatoes, winter squash and pumpkins. Please call first for availability.

Hickman County

Bratton Farms Bonnie Bratton
1914 Bratton Lane
Williamsport
931-583-0033

We have a pick-your-own green field, including turnip, mustard, kale, collard greens and canola. Pick by the bushel and by the honor system.

Beaverdam Creek Farm
Philip, Trish, Jake and Tricia Ann Lingo 516 Sulphur Creek Rd.
Centerville
931-623-3732
trish@beaverdamcreekfarm.com
www.beaverdamcreekfarm.com

We grow beautiful fresh produce, herbs and flowers, along with our own naturally-raised, grass-fed meats and stone-milled grits and cornmeal.

Belle Springs Farm
Kyle and Claire Bradshaw
594 Sulphur Creek Rd.
Centerville
931-729-1194
kyle@bellespringsfarm.com
www.bellespringfarm.com

Our current focus is on our herd of Jersey (and one Guernsey) cows, with which we run a dairy herd share operation.

****Bountiful Blessings Farm
Edwin and John Dysinger Families
654 Dry Prong Rd.
Williamsport
931-583- 0139
931-583-2795
dysingers@bountifulblessingsfarm.com
www.bountifulblessingsfarm.com

We are a small, certified organic family farm specializing in year-round vegetables, raw honey, maple syrup, soaps and lotions. We also have a winter CSA.

Cedar Run Farms
Gary and Susan Kauffmann
1491 Hwy. 230 W.
P.O. Box 74
Nunnelly
931-729-9474
931-212-0368
gary.kauffmann@att.net

We raise grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb; hormone-, antibiotic- and supplement-free.


Chestnut Hill Ranch B&B
Cher Boisvert-Tanley
3001 Browns Bend Rd.
Only
931-729-0153
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.

Lookin' Up Farm
William and Mary Ruth Lane
10059 Davis Branch Rd.
Bon Aqua
615-364-3882
lookinupfarm3@gmail.com

We raise Berkshire hogs using all-natural methods and sell whole or half shares, as well as USDA cuts based upon orders. In addition we have a wide range of seasonal vegetables from our garden.


Pinewood Farms
Crystal Lewis
6415 Pinewood Rd.
Nunnelly
423-827-6528
thepinewoodfarm@gmail.com
thepinewoodfarm.com

We offer fresh vegetables, eggs, pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb and chicken.

Riversong Farm
David and Ginny Lundell
5996 Pinewood Mansion Rd.
Nunnelly
931-729-1199
riversongfarm@bellsouth.net

We have bees, producing honey in our naturally managed apiary.

Sugar Camp Farm
Lizzie Wright
10220 Sugar Camp Rd.
Bon Aqua
615-587-0701
sugarcampfarmtn@gmail.com
www.sugarcampfarmtn.com/

We grow healthy vegetables, eggs, pastured meats and herbs using biodynamic and organic practices.

Tottys Bend Soap Farm
Nate and Vanessa Davis
1653 Tottys Bend Rd.
Duck River
931-729-7769
info@tottysbendsoaps.com
www.TottysBendSoaps.com

We are a micro-farm specializing in sustainably produced goat milk bath and body products.

Humphries County

Utopia Farm
Steve and Sharon Osborne
2885 Flatwoods Rd.
Camden
731-441-6074
utopiafarmtn@gmail.com

We are an Angus cow/calf operation, selling retail Angus beef. Our beef is grass-fed and grass-finished.

Jackson County

Backwater Farm Nursery
Victoria and Gary Grigg
1584 Granville Hwy.
Gainesboro
931-397-4001
931-268-1584
backwaterfarm2010@gmail.com

We have four greenhouses, where we grow mums, perennial flowers and herbs.

Bell Point Farm
Shawn Hensley
5374 Granville Hwy.
Granville
931-653-4227
bellpointfarms@gmail.com

We grow seasonal produce available through October.

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. Open for orders November 1.

Hootin' Hollow Farm
Jim and Deb Wolfe
341 Sparkle Lane
Cookeville
931-858-8406
frugalfibers@yahoo.com
Saturday, 7 a.m.–noon

Naturally and sustainably grown year-round produce. Greens and cool season vegetables most of the winter.


KMA 100% Angus Beef Farm
Jeff Kamptner
897 Hix Hollow Rd.
Gainesboro
931-268-3846
kmahunt@yahoo.com

Year round sales. Call for availability. Our 100% Angus beef is sold by the hanging weight.

Russell's 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's milk and goat's milk cheese, as well as goat milk soap and goat milk lotion.


Lawrence County

Earth Advocates Research Farm Adam and Sue Turtle
30 Myers Rd.
Summertown
931-964-4151
bambooconsultant@aol.com
www.earthadvocatesresearchfarm.com/
By appointment only.

In the fall, we offer unusual crops such as ginger, turmeric, quince, hardy citrus, several kinds of garlic and others. We also offer classes in various aspects of food production and stewardship.

Bowers Farm
Jim and Mary Bowers
80 Waterfork Rd.
Ethridge
931-762-2847
931-762-2847
www.bowersfarmtn.com

We raise gourmet-quality, grass-fed/finished Red Devon beef, soy-free pastured Large Black Hog pork and soy-free, free-range hens for eggs.


Brush Creek Honey Farm
Randall Staggs and Cathey Staggs
297 Brush Creek Rd.
Lawrenceburg
931-762-1277
amber@brushcreekhoneyfarm.com
www.brushcreekhoneyfarm.com
Call 48 hours in advance to make sure someone will be there.

We sell honey from the farm and at some local retailers.

Dixon Family Meats
Bill and Gail Dixon
155 North Hood Rd.
Lawrenceburg
931-231-5331
dixonfarms@live.farm
dixonfamilymeats.net

We offer pastured pork and grass-fed beef. Free from antibiotics and growth hormones, our beef is 100% grass-fed and grass-finished.


**Farmer Brown's Produce
Keelan Brown
43 Railroad Bed Rd.
Iron City
931-242-8033
keelan@farmerbrowns.org
www.farmerbrowns.org

We are a small Certified Naturally Grown produce operation. In the fall, we will have a pumpkin patch with white, regular and giant pumpkins and a corn maze.

**Holiday Acres Farm
Tom and Debbie Brown
346 Campbellsville Pike
Ethridge
931-829-2660
holidayacresfarm@gmail.com
http://holidayacresfarm.com

www.deathridgehaunt.com

We provide an opportunity for family traditions on the farm. Friday and Saturday evenings host the Death Ridge Haunt hayride and during the weekend days we have a corn maze, hayrides, farm animals and more.

**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 Halloween, including Indian corn, ornamental gourds and cornstalks.

Mushroompeople
Frank Michael
Summertown
866- 521-1555.
mushroom@thefarm.org
www.mushroompeople.com

We are a mail order business. We sell supplies for growing the wood-loving mushrooms: shiitake, oyster, reishi, maitake and lionâ€TMs mane. Please order through our website or call 931-964-4400 from 4 to 7 p.m. CST.


Lewis County

****Avalon Acres Farms
Tim and Jennifer Bodnar
750 Piney Creek Rd.
Hohenwald
931-628-3938
farmers@avalon-acres.com
www.avalon-acres.com

We have a winter CSA. We are a one-stop shop CSA selling our free-range eggs and pasture-raised, hormone-free beef, pork, lamb, chicken (and turkey seasonally).


Holt Farming Co. & Sherry's Dairy Shares Sherry Holt and Erica Holt
3370 Cane Creek Rd.
Hohenwald
931-729-4530
holtfarmingco@hotmail.com
holtfarmingco.vpweb.com

Our animals are fed all-natural grains, grasses and minerals. We provide all-natural raw milk, yogurt, buttermilk, kefit, butter, cheese and cottage cheese by cow-share only.


Lincoln County

****Doe Run Farm CSA
Judy and John McGary
345 Old Petersburg Pike
Petersburg
931-659-6204
931-625-2651
drf@hughes.net
www.doerunfarms.com

We offer a fall/winter CSA program including artisanal cheese shares.

Far Out Farm
Jane Caulfield
4626 Delina Rd.
Cornersville
931-293-4466
jcaulfield371@mac.com

Lambs, mostly grass-fed with no added hormones. Available in whole or halves.


HaHa Farm
Kathie and Steve Haber
482 Cortner Hollow Rd.
Petersburg
931-680-0423
kathiehaber@hahafarm.com
www.hahafarm.com

I sell yarn, roving, fleeces and felted sheet along with needle felting supplies.


We pick-to-order, with a full line of fall produce including pumpkins, apples and sweet potatoes.

Sage Hill Garden
Bea and Mike Kunz
32 Old Petersburg Pike
Petersburg
931-438-8328
michaelkunz@bellsouth.net
www.sagehillfarmsandvintagestore.com

Call for availability and information on classes. We have dried herb teas and herb seasonings.

Macon County

****The Barefoot Farmer CSA
Jeff Poppen
P.O. Box 163
Red Boiling Springs
Katie Noss, 615-308-9345
615-699-2493
katie@barefootfarmer.com
www.barefootfarmer.com

We have a fall CSA. Our aim is to grow high-quality produce and help others do the same.

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.

Marshall County

Garrison Honey Farms
Jim Garrison
1850 Gunner Lane
Chapel Hill
615-377-7696

I am a local beekeeper with honey that is not processed/cooked, and beeswax candles.


Haynes Honey Farm
David and Judy Haynes
1350 Wade Brown Rd.
Lewisburg
931-359-2665
931-703-1260
haynes1350@charter.net

We sell 1#, 2#, quarts and creamed honey, as well as lotion, lip balm, beeswax ornaments and candles.

Maury County

***Hippo Hollow Farm Joe and Adele Prinsloo
803 Mahon Rd.
Columbia
615-574-9106

We produce pasture-raised chickens, turkeys and eggs, forest-raised pork and grass-fed/finished beef.


Circle of Seasons, 'Jack's Bee Sweet ' Honey Jack Wohlfarth
4417 Dugger Rd
Culleoka
931-987-0910
Jack.do@charter.net
931-215-5389

I sell honey, comb honey and beeswax.

*Fruity Patch Farm
CJ Percle
2794 Brown Hollow Rd.
Columbia
931-624-9795
810-308-9176
cjpercle@yahoo.com
Sunday–Saturday

A pick-your-own fruit farm, including apples, pears and pecans. The sign on the gate gives instructions on how to get into the farm. Pay by the honor system.

***Gardner Grove Family Farms
James Gardner
gardnergrove21@yahoo.com

We specialize in heirloom vegetables and pastured chicken, turkey and pork, as well as raw foods and shiitake mushrooms and logs for home use.


Glendale Farm
Sam Kennedy
1551 John Finney Rd.
Columbia
931-215-5117
samdkennedy@gmail.com
www.glendalefarmtn.com

We produce grass-fed/finished lamb and pasture-raised poultry.


Jersey D Farm
George Dodson
4356 Skelley Rd.
Santa Fe
931-682-2315
NettsCountryStore@gmail.com

We have an all-Jersey milk herd and have a 'cow sharing program' for fresh, raw milk.

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 a full line of baked goods.

Palouse Farm
Wolters Family
2684 E. Sheepneck Rd.
Culleoka
931-987-0043
twolters@bellsouth.net

We produce farm-fresh American lamb, and wool fiber.


**Ring Farm Thelma Ring
2628 Greens Mill Rd.
Columbia
931-486-2395
www.ringfarm.com
Check website for hours.

Opening in mid-September, we have a corn and cotton maze; new paintball zombies; 40â€TM and 60' slides; a pumpkin patch; climbing spider web; jumping pad and playground, as well as fall decorations of pumpkins, gourds, corn stalks and mums.

Southern Ridge Farm
Keith Cannon
2402 Gene Fitzgerald Rd.
Columbia
615-636-7137
hello@southernridgefarm.com
www.southernridgefarm.com

All-natural grass-fed beef, pork and lamb, sold by the cut, and in bulk by eights, quarters, half and whole animals.


Montgomery County

Airborne Alpacas
Don and Cindi Webber
1941 Hwy. 76
Adams
931-358-2314
airbornealpacas@bellsouth.net
www.airbornealpacas.com

We are a small farm that sells alpaca fiber.


Circle J Ranch, LLC
Charley Jordan
4832 Lylewood Rd.
Indian Mound
931-561-7360
circlejranch09@gmail.com
www.tnbeef.net

We offer a wide selection of USDA-inspected, retail-cut freezer beef products which are raised in accordance with the standards of the TN Natural Beef and TN Beef Quality Assurance programs.

Cook's Ranch Beef
Thomas Cook
3509 Shady Grove Rd.
Clarksville
931-358-9358
cook1231@bellsouth.net
www.cooksranchbeef.com

We raise Wagyu cattle/American Kobe Beef, pasture-raised with no hormones or antibiotics.


***Giving Thanks Farm
Aimee Owen
4837 Mickle Lane
Clarksville
615-975-3276
givingthanksfarm@att.net
www.givingthanksfarm.com

We offer pastured poultry, including chicken, Heritage turkeys, ducks and geese; free-roaming pork and grass-fed, grain-finished beef, all raised on chemical-free pastures.


** Patterson Place Farm & Zoo
Emily Sleigh-Albright
2480 Patterson Rd.
Woodlawn
931-206-7430
Saturday, 10–4 p.m.

Open Saturdays in September and October; Saturday, September 26 is Pumpkin Palooza. We have a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, as well as a free corn maze, hayrides, a licensed zoo and picnic pavilion.

Tennessee Grass Fed
Phil Baggett
335 Williams Rd.
Clarksville
615-347-5454
philbaggett@tennesseegrassfed.com
www.tennesseegrassfed.com

We produce 100 % grass-fed and grass-finished beef, pork and free-range eggs.

Morgan County

***West Wind Farms LLC
Ralph and Kimberlie Cole
155 Shekinah Way
Deer Lodge
855-593-7894
Toll-free (855)5-WESTWIND
customerservice@westwindfarms.com
www.westwindfarms.com

Servicing the Nashville metro area, we have five different meat CSA packages available, including 100% grass-fed meats, pastured poultry, sausages, meat snacks, free-roaming farm eggs, raw milk and milk products, cheeses, breads, teas, seasonings, body products and more.


Overton County

Brandywine Farm
Travis and Mickie Davis
131 Langford Lane
Hilham
931-823-0024
thinkingfarmer@brandywine-farm.com
www.brandywine-farm.com

We raise pastured chickens, free-range eggs, grass-fed beef (hormone- and antibiotic-free) and vegetables (organically raised).

Molasses Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill Mark Guenther
931-445-3509
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

We open Labor Day weekend, making horse-powered sorghum on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays through the end of October. In addition to our freshly made sorghum, we sell a variety of homemade breads and baked goods.


Putnam County

Jindydale Farms
Jack and Cindy Holman
1654 Burgess Falls Rd.
Cookeville
931-265-3924
931-265-3942
jindydalefarms@gmail.com

We raise grass-fed and finished beef, pastured meat chickens, free-range pork, pastured poultry and free-range chicken eggs, and sell at our own retail farm store.

*Apple Crest Farm
Darren and Miranda Smith
14381 Tuckers Ridge
Silver Point
615-735-7309

We have apples and pears in season.

*Hurricane Hollow Apple Orchard Leon and Edwina Boyd
4956 Medley Amonette Rd.
Buffalo Valley
931-858-2445
Monday–Sunday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m.

We sell our apples directly from the farm, including several heirloom varieties such as Gala, Wolf River and Rusty Coat, as well as sell fresh cider.

MMKM Family Produce Market
Mike and Maureen Jeffers
8272 Burgess Falls Rd.
Baxter
931-432-3276
mmkm8272@gmail.com

We grow a wide variety of late summer produce, and also offer bread, honey, jams and jellies, hand-dipped ice cream, rolled butter and cheese.

Raisin Acres Farm
Pat and Sherri Stickler
6343 Hilham Rd.
Cookeville
931-854-1822
raisinacresfarm@gmail.com
www.raisinacresfarm.com/

We currently offer a pastured, non-soy, organically fed egg CSA, a small goat milk herd share, and an herb CSA.


****3 Sisters Farm
Wendy Williams
Cookeville
931-783-0529
threesistersfarm50@yahoo.com
www.3sistersfarmtn.com

We are a family farm growing specialty cut fresh flowers for special events, vegetables and berries.  We are Certified Naturally Grown, using sustainable and environmentally safe growing techniques.


****Waters Farm
Randy and Nathan Dodson
8426 Kermit LaFever
Baxter
931-267-9242
nbdodson@gmail.com

We currently grow vegetables and strawberries year-round, and offer four 12-week CSA seasons.

Robertson County

Gourmet Pasture Beef
Kathy Gunn
5458 Gunn Rd.
Springfield
615-504-2046
steak@gourmetpasturebeef.com
www.gourmetpasturebeef.com

We sell 100% grass-fed and finished beef. Our cattle are Angus/Hereford cross with 14 days of dry aging, giving our beef an amazing high-end flavor and tenderness hard to find anywhere else.


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

The Fall Festival season begins September 19 and lasts until November 7. We will be open to the public on weekends. We produce pumpkins, mums and the seven-acre corn maze! We also have a large orchard that children pick from on school tours.

J's Meats and More
Carl Ray Jenkins III
3550 Hwy. 76 W.
Adams
931-896-3040
jsmeatsandmore@yahoo.com
www.facebook.com/Js-Meats-and-More

Our family raises pasture pork, grass-fed/grain-finished beef and sells soy-free chicken eggs.


Jackson Farms
Billy Jackson
8103 Bill Moss Rd.
White House
615-672-4483
615-478-4483
billymjackson@aol.com

We are certified Tennessee All-Natural Beef raising registered Hereford Cattle and offer grain-fed whole, half or quarter freezer beef in October.

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.


**Shuckle's Corn Maze

Fiddle Dog Farms
Karen Pulley
7526 Swift Rd.

Greenbrier
615-669-6293
shucklescornmaze@gmail.com
www.shucklescornmaze.com

Opening September 26, get lost in our six-acre maze and enjoy a ride on the famous "Hey, Hey, Hayride." Lots of games, food and fun await as you enjoy the Kiddie Maze, the children's playground area, the all new Corn Canon, Corn Hole games and our pumpkin patch.


Smiley Farm
Troy Smiley
Ridge Top
615-742-3820

We sell a wide variety of produce daily at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market during the growing season, as well as our own farm-cured meats.

*The Orchard at Cross Plains
Don and Katie Henry
6900 Blackberry Lane
Cross Plains
615-654-9227
Please call first for availability.

We sell apples in the fall.


TN Real Milk/Gammon Family Dairy
Steven Gammon
5766 Highland Rd.
Orlinda
TNRealMilk@gmail.com

We sell our farm-fresh milk and produce from our own farm store.

White Stone Farms
Travis Cole
6514 Hwy. 161
Springfield
615-380-1082
info@whitestoneag.com
www.whitestoneag.com

We offer chicken, lamb and eggs from our farm; grass-fed/finished without hormones or antibiotics.


Windy Acres Farm
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, barley, spelt, buckwheat, hairy vetch and rye, as well as certified organic, non-hybrid non-GMO open-pollinated white and yellow corn.

Rutherford County

****Rocky Glade Farm
Jim and Julie Vaughn
2397 Rocky Glade Rd.
Eagleville
615-274-3496
jvaughn@rockygladefarm.com
www.rockygladefarm.com

Our winter CSA begins with fall crops, main winter season varieties, including lettuces, chard, Asian greens, kale and storage crops, and finishes up with strawberries in the last few boxes. Triple A Farms
Jacob Anderson and Paul Anderson
8322 Hwy. 99
Rockvale
615-476-8664
615-477-9160
tripleafarms3@gmail.com

In the fall we have pumpkins, mums, fall decorations.

AHA Rabbits
Kimberly and Mark Ferguson
10575 S. Windrow Rd.
Rockvale
615-274-2466
kferg9804@gmail.com
http://kferg9804.wix.com/aharabbits

We raise quality New Zealand and Californian rabbits for meat/pet food/pets.

****Bloomsbury Farm
Lauren Palmer
9398 Del Thomas Rd.
Smyrna
615-355-8525
howdy@bloomsburyfarms.com
hwww.bloomsburyfarms.com/

In addition to growing all things sprouted—alfalfa, clover, spicy, crunchy, sunflower and wheat grass—we have a full vegetable production, including a winter CSA.


Cedar Ridge Farm
Dwight King
1521 Floyd Rd.
Eagleville
615-274-3157

In the fall we sell either whole or half grass-fed beef. Call for availability.

Chickabees RMR
Richard Vaughan
8350 Hwy. 99
Rockvale
615-556-7320
vaughansix@comcast.net

We specialize in chickens and bees. We sell eggs, honey and laying hens and chickens of all ages and many varieties.

Erdmann Farm
John and Tish Erdmann
2250 Rock Springs Midland Rd.
Christiana
615-848-8942
jerdmann58@bellsouth.net

We are a small farm specializing in fruit, vegetables and cut flowers.

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, raising Pygora goats for their luxurious fleeces and also keep a small herd of fiber alpacas.

Gamecock Apiaries
Ken Kizer
2707 Coleman Hill Rd.
Rockvale
615.542.6314
615.691.0480
tngamecockfan@gmail.com

I have honey, beeswax, hand cream, homemade vanilla extract, Diatomaceous Earth and free-range eggs.


Happy Turkey Farm
Don Johnson
3650 Little Rock Rd.
Eagleville
615-579-6930
info@happyturkeyfarm.com
www.happyturkeyfarm.com

Honey from bees we know; lip balm and hand salve from our beeswax.

Jones Mill Farm
JR and Judy Stroud
391 Jones Mill Rd.
LaVergne
615-459-4727
popsstroud@aol.com

We grow certified naturally grown heirloom varieties and other unusual produce and fruits and also grind our own flour from organic grains and sell breads, jams and jellies from our certified kitchen.


Langell Land & Cattle
Louie Langell
1652 Allisona Rd.
Eagleville
615-969-4703
llangell@outlook.com

Grain-fed beef, sold in half or whole. No steroids or growth hormones used.

**Lucky Ladd Farms
Amy Ladd
4374 Rocky Glade Rd.
Eagleville
615-274-3786
farmerladd@luckyladdfarms.com
www.luckyladdfarms.com

We grow and sell pumpkins and harvest decorations, plus we're home to “Tennessee's Largest Petting Farm.”

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 homemade canned goods and grow a variety of garden vegetables and use these in most of our recipes.

**Walden Pumpkin Farm
Randy Walden
8653 Rocky Fork Rd.
Smyrna
615-220-2918
www.waldenfarm.biz
Check website for hours.

Free admission. We have a pick-your-own pumpkin patch and also sell a variety of pre-picked pumpkins, gourds, Indian corn, straw bales and have lots of fall activities for the family, including a corn maze, hayrides, farm animals and a play area.

Smith County

Dillehay Farms
Jack and Christy Dillehay
14 Kempville Hwy.
Carthage
615-774-3688
615-735-7907
jackiedillehay@hotmail.com

We have a hydroponic tomato operation, as well as in the field crops. We sell direct to consumers and also wholesale to food service companies, peddlers and restaurants.

****Peaceful Pastures
Jenny and Darrin Drake
69 Cowan Valley Lane
Hickman
615-683-4291
customerservice@peacefulpastures.com
www.peacefulpastures.com
Open all year for phone and online orders. Quantity discounts.

We have a winter (November–April) meat CSA and offer regular as well as pork-free CSAs. We raise hormone- and antibiotic-free, pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb, goat and

poultry.

Bountiful Acres Farm
Sue Dickhaus
57 SP McClanahan Rd.
Watertown
615-420-0345
sue@bountifulacresfarm.com
www.bountifulacresfarm.com

We offer classes in soap-making, body care products classes, herbal salve-making and more, as well as goat milk and herbal soaps, and other body care products, herbal products, raw wool and fleeces, spun wool and lots of other goodies.


We offer apples, pumpkins and fall gourds.

Cellar 53 Winery & Vineyards
Rebecca Paschal
115 Oak View Drive East
Brush Creek
615-934-3353
615-708-1367
info@cellar53winery.com
www.cellar53winery.com

In addition to our winery, we offer jams, jellies and juices produced on the farm.

Chimney Swift Farm
Kimberly Walter
458 Plunkett Creek Rd.
Gordonsville
615-947-6139
chimneyswiftfarms@gmail.com
www.chimneyswiftfarms.com

We make artisan soaps, salves, lip balms, lotion bars, natural deodorant and other natural living products. We also have fresh preserves, pickles, chutneys, salsa and honey in season.


Little Springs Farm
Eleanor Wyatt
49 Badger Lane
Carthage
615-735-9554
littlespringsfarm@gmail.com

We raise assorted chicken layers and grass-fed sheep. Call or email to see what's currently available.


*Pleasant Shade Apple Orchard
Tom and Brenda Falcone
90 Big Creek Rd.
Pleasant Shade
615-677-6731

Call first for availability, anytime. We have fall farm honey and a variety of apples from our orchard.

Poultry Hollow Hatchery
Todd Rutigliano and Judy Wood
122 Wilkerson Hollow Lane
Brush Creek
615-318-9036
615-477-7936
contact@poultryhollow.org
www.poultryhollow.org

Hatching 1000s of chicks monthly, we offer more than 55 different breeds of poultry and many different ages from day-old to laying pullets.

Sumner County

**Bottom View Farm Ralph Cooke
185 Wilkerson Lane
Portland
615-325-7017

bottomviewfarm@yahoo.com
www.bottomviewfarm.com
Call for hours.

Our annual Fall Fest kicks off September 26 and runs through October 31; includes a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, petting zoo, gold mines and much more.


**Bradley Kountry Acres & Greenhouse
Mike and Cathy Bradley
650 Jake Link Rd.
Cottontown
615-325-2836
cathy@bradleykountryacres.com
www.bradleykountryacres.com
Monday–Sunday

We have all kinds of pumpkins, gourds and fall harvest decorations.

Family Traditions Farm
David and Lisa Ragland
438 Dorris Rd.
Portland
615-319-5439
615-974-5913
familytraditionsfarm2013@gmail.com
www.familytraditionsfarm2013.com

We focus on growing a large variety of quality, pesticide-free produce and hormone-free eggs.

**Madison Creek Farms
Peggy and Mark Marchetti
1228 Willis Branch Rd.
Goodlettsville
615-855-6430
madisoncreek@aol.com
www.madisoncreekfarms.com

We sell produce, cut flowers and baked goods from our on-farm Market Pavilion every weekend through November.

Miles Apiary
Greg Miles
1083 Sandy Valley Rd.
Hendersonville
615-824-7881
615-294-8634
greg.miles.54@gmail.com

We sell pure wildflower honey from our hives. Our honey is raw, from a variety of nectar sources.


Natural Fields Farm
Stuart Say
985 Franklin Rd.
Gallatin
615-452-9762
615-944-6826
naturalfields@aol.com
www.naturalfieldsfarm.com

We are a small family-run farm practicing organic grow methods on all our produce. We grow a large variety of fruit and vegetables.

*Red Chief Orchard Les and Joyce Bumbalough
1141 Bledsoe Dr.
Castalian Springs
615-452-1516
Mon-Sat 9-6 p.m.

Call before coming.

We sell both pre-picked and pick-your-own apples, as well as jams, jellies, cider and fried pies.

Rickert Honey Farm
Kevin Rickert
247 Corinth Rd.
Portland
615-888-3684

We sell pure honey, produced locally by our own honeybee colonies.


Standing Stone Nubians
Paula Butler
1154 Lakewood Dr.
Gallatin
615-461-8765
paulabutler@standingstonefarms.com
www.standingstonefarms.com

A small homestead dairy farm, we are striving to produce "Old World-style" cheeses, goat milk lotions and soap. We offer cheese-making and soap-making supplies and classes.


**The Garden on Long Hollow Pike
Jim Sutton
3806 Long Hollow Pike
Goodlettsville
615-504-6545
Sunday–Saturday

We have a variety of vegetables through Halloween. Bring the kids to see our farm animals, including miniature horses, donkeys, goats and cows.

Walnut Hills Farm
Doug and Sue Bagwell
6635 Hwy. 231N
Bethpage
615-374-4575
info@walnuthillsfarm.com
www.walnuthillsfarm.com

We specialize in raising beef, chicken, pork and eggs without use of antibiotics or steroids.

Whispering Creek Mushrooms
Josh Walker
1893 Hwy. 25
Gallatin
615-418-9799
jwalk@myself.com

We offer gourmet and medicinal mushrooms and fresh produce, along with our fermented foods and cultures.

White Squirrel Farm
Tracy and Chris Winters
1244 Smith Thompson Rd.
Bethpage
615-374-1949
whitesquirrelfarm@gmail.com

We are a small family farm focused on providing a diverse selection of veggies, fruits, flowers and herbs in year-round production.

VanBuren County

In the fall, we have many activities for all ages including: 40- and 50-foot slides, petting farm, hayride, farmer play areas, mini zip line, donkey rides, full concessions, homegrown apples, pumpkins, baked goodies and more. Apples and pumpkins are sold by appointment only or on the days open to the public.


Fall Creek Farms
Dana and Bradley Bleasdale
Walling Rd.
Spencer
931-316-3041
fallcreekfarms@gmail.com
www.fallcreekfarms.net

We are a Certified Naturally Grown farm producing raw milk (by herd share agreement only), pesticide-free vegetables, 100% grass-fed beef and lamb and free-range eggs, plus goat milk soap.

Kira's Kids Dairy
Kim and Larry Banks
Lonewood Rd.
Spencer
423-881-5703
kimbanks@kiraskidsdairy.com
www.kiraskidsdairy.com

We are a seasonal, Grade A micro goat dairy and cheese plant and 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
dlproctor@blomand.net

We offer grass-fed/finished beef all year. Please call for availability. We also offer farm-fresh eggs from pastured chickens.


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/
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.

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.

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 and sell pasteurized, non-homogenized cream-line milk. Our herd is a Jersey-Guernsey mix that produces a rich creamy yellow milk that is rich in butterfat and beta-carotene.


**Cedarwood Nursery Pumpkin Patch Buddy and Karen Patterson
6794 Nashville Hwy.
McMinnville
931-939-3960

www.cedarwoodfarmstn.com/
Check website for hours.

We host a harvest festival with hayrides to the pick-your-own pumpkin patch, hay maze, petting zoo and a corn maze.


Farmer Brown's Hydroponic Gardens
JB Brown
678 Arch Cope Rd.
Morrison
931-607-3446
931-205-0451
jborab@blomand.net
www.farmerbrownsgardens.com

We are a small, family-owned/operated year-round farm specializing in hydroponically grown, chemical-free lettuce, basil, cucumbers and tomatoes.


Mayes Family Farm
Kerry Mayes
1899 Viola Rd.
McMinnville
931-314-1967
kerrymayes@yahoo.com

We are a full-time family of farmers raising and selling natural/hormone-free beef and vegetables.


*Rainbow Hill Farm
Carol and Walter Clarke
93 Bailey Rd.
McMinnville
931-939-3117

We end the season with many varieties of apples, including Macintosh, Golden Delicious and Winesaps.

**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.
We are open year-round.

We have fresh grapes and muscadines, as well as jams, jellies, ciders, salsa and more made from our berries. Beginning at the end of September, we'll have a pick-your-own pumpkin patch, a corn maze and hayrides, as well as Indian corn, corn stalks, straw, mums, jams, jellies and ciders.

River Cottage Farm
Brayden Apple
5635 Blue Level Rd.
Rockfield
270-796-2662
Brayden@rivercottagefarm.net
http://rivercottagefarm.net
Tuesday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

We are a grass-based dairy, beef, chicken and pork farm. We do not feed grain to beef, dairy or sheep. Our chickens and pigs are on pasture and receive non-GMO, non-soy feeds.

Swan Mill Nursery
J. Dale Bennett
1264 Old Smithville Rd.
McMinnville
931-473-8760
jdb12@blomand.net
Call for hours.

We grow 10(+) varieties of blueberry plants. We grow these in trade #1 and #3 containers. We strive to have these plants available year-round. We also grow sweet potatoes 'for sale' in November.

Tonic Farm
Matthew and Oslin Gulick
587 Loss Crouch Rd.
Morrison
931-668-3610
tonicfarms@gmail.com
www.tonicfarms.com/

Our farm raises pastured poultry and Katahdin hair sheep using grass-based, intensive grazing and sustainable methods.


Wayne County

Bonnie Blue Farm
Jim and Gayle Tanner
Waynesboro
931-722-4628
tanngoat@wildblue.net
www.bonniebluefarm.com

Farmstead goat cheese: Using only milk from the farm's herd of Nubian and Saanen dairy goats, we carefully transform it into several varieties of goat cheese.


Top of the World Farm
Justin, Liberty and Wright Sanders
8999 Ella Gallaher Rd.
Westpoint
866-866-3287
topoftheworldfarm@gmail.com
www.topoftheworldfarm.com

We offer pastured chicken, pork, grass-fed beef and lamb. Our pigs and chickens get only non-GMO supplemental feed.

Topsy Greenhouse and Gardens
Katie Hacker
7504 Topsy Rd.
Waynesboro
931-722-3619
farmgirl_s@yahoo.com

We grow hydroponic lettuce and tomatoes and will have greenhouse tomatoes and lettuce this winter.

White County

**Amazin' Acres
Jimmy and Karen McCulley
2857 Old Kentucky Rd. Sparta
931-761-2971
931-808-4051
mcculleys@amazinacres.com
www.amazinacres.com
Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Fall Farm Adventures including three corn mazes, a pumpkin patch, new rainbow jumper and other AGtivities that are educational and fun.


Vaughn's #1 Bermuda Grass Fed Beef
Mike and Lyn Vaughn
445 Bermuda Rd.
Walling
931-808-3856
jmvaughn@blomand.net

We raise Black Angus, fed and finished on Vaughn's #1 Bermuda Grass and Hay. Our grass is recommended by the Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service and is a complete livestock ration that gives an exceptional flavor to the beef.


Williamson County

** Delvin Farms
Hank Delvin
6400 Delvin Farm Lane
College Grove
615-538-5538
csa@delvinfarms.com
www.delvinfarms.com

Certified organic, we offer a fall/winter CSA program for our wide variety of vegetables. Throughout the year you can find us at many of the producer-only farmersâ€TM markets in and around Nashville.

Tavalin Tails Farm
Amy and Brandon Tavalin
6290 McDaniel Rd.
College Grove
615-772-3394
abtavalin@gmail.com
www.tavalintails.com

We specialize in registered Katahdin sheep, naturally grown on certified organic land. We sell registered breed stock and whole or half lamb shares.

Allenbrooke Farms
Stephanie and Daniel Allen
2023 Doctor Robertson Rd.
Spring Hill
615-406-4592
info@allenbrookefarms.com
www.allenbrookefarms.com

We are Certified Naturally Grown, growing unique heirloom varieties of produce.


**Gentry's Farm
Allen and Cindy Gentry
1974 Hwy. 96 West
Franklin
615-794-4368
cindygentry@aol.com
www.gentryfarm.com

Celebrating over 20 years of pumpkin fun. Our fall activity area includes acres of pick-your-own pumpkins, hayrides, a corn maze, fun farm animals and barns to explore.

Growild, Inc.
Terri Barnes, Mike Berkley
7190 Hill Hughes Rd.
Fairview
615-799-1910
info@growildinc.com, growild@gmail.com
www.growildinc.com
Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–noon Open to the public by appointment.

We are the largest all-native plant nursery in the central South. We have a one-day fall sale with plants discounted 10-50% on Saturday, October 17.

Hatcher Family Dairy
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, as well as our own beef and lamb.

HPA Farms

Lisha Bates

1021 Rehobath Rd.

College Grove

615-796-9138

We offer grass-fed and grass-finished beef, pork (non-medicated feed), pasture-raised chicken and chicken eggs. We offer on-the-farm sales and also sell at Rutherford County Farmers' Market and Smyrna Depot Farmersâ€TM Market.


Maczoo Farm
Shelly McMullan
2236 Osburn Rd.
Arrington
615-218-1523
mcmullanshelly@yahoo.com
http://mabellaproducts.com

I have goat share contracts for my milk. I also make soap, laundry powder and lotion with my goat milk; you can see products on our website.


*Morning Glory Orchard
Tina and Curt Wideman 7690 Nolensville Rd.
Nolensville
615-395-4088
mr.apple@morninggloryorchard.com
www.morninggloryorchard.com

We sell a wide variety of farm-grown preserves, jams, jellies, farm-made butters, honey mustard sauce, fresh apple cider, molasses, local honey, salsa, and chow chow. At the end of the produce season, we have 12 varieties of apples.


Noble Springs Dairy
Dustin and 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 also have Grade A goat's milk and yogurt available and goat milk soap.


Tap Root Farm
Susan Ingraham
4104 Clovercroft Rd.
Franklin
615-594-3210
susan@taprootfarm.com
www.taprootfarm.com

We raise Tennessee Certified All-Natural Beef by the whole, half, quarter, by the bundle or by the cut. We also have chicken year-round.


Triple L Ranch
Steven Lee
5121 Bedford Creek Rd.
Franklin
Trisha Lee, 615-799-2373
triplelranch@msn.com
www.LLLranch.com

We raise certified Hereford beef and all-natural, cage-free chickens. Our cattle are grass-fed, grain-finished and have received no growth hormones or antibiotics.

Williams Honey Farm
Jay Williams
2020 Fieldstone Pkwy.
Suite 900-143
Franklin
310-990-5074
info@williamshoneyfarm.com
www.williamshoneyfarm.com

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
3964 Old Murfreesboro Rd.
Lebanon
615-766-3773-Karen Overton
615-497-3434-Anne Overton
wedgeoak@gmail.com
www.wedgeoakfarm.com

We raise poultry and pork. We have laying ducks and hens, plus chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese. Our hogs include a variety of breeds grown on pasture and wooded lots, including the only herd of Mangalitsa in the state. We also have several varieties of handmade sausage.


*Breeden's Orchard, Pie Kitchen & Country Store Tommy and Mary Nell Breeden
631 Beckwith Rd.
Mt. Juliet
615-449-2880
breedensorchard@comcast.net
Closed on Wednesdays.

We offer apples, chow chow, fritters, honey, molasses, cider, jams, jellies, relishes, dip mixes and salad dressings. Please be sure to call ahead to check on availability. We close the last Saturday in October.

Double Star Bar Farms
Rod White
4685 Kennedy Creek Rd.
Auburntown
615-408-4087
727-460-5681
roderick.white@doublestarbarfarm.com
www.doublestarbarfarm.com

We have sprouts, stevia, soap and many other products available anytime.

Folsom Farms
David and Teresa Folsom
930 County Line Rd.
Alexandria
615-408-2018
930folsomfarms@gmail.com
www.FolsomFarms.com

We offer fresh, pastured eggs and silky wools year round, plus a variety of seasonal fresh vegetables.


Lester Farms
Mitchell Lester
2811 Coles Ferry Pike
Lebanon
615-564-0871
mitchell@lesterfarmstn.com
www.lesterfarmstn.com/

On our farm, we practice sustainable farming methods to produce the highest quality produce through October.

Little Seed Farm
James and Eileen Ray
1275 Whipporwill Rd.
Lebanon
615-444-9490
farmer@littleseedfarm.com
www.littleseedfarm.com

We raise dairy goats, Heritage breed Ossabaw Island Hogs and layer chickens. We produce raw milk cheese available via a herd-share program, pastured pork, pastured eggs and goat milk soaps.


*Pratt's Orchard
Jack Pratt
4944 Trousdale Ferry Pike
Lebanon
615-444-7742
jackprattsorchard@gmail.com
www.prattsorchard.com

Our apple season finishes the end of October with Arkansas Black. We sell both pre-picked and you-pick apples. 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

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 corn stalks.

Ralston Farm
Fred and Karen Dawson
2499 Sugar Flat Rd.
Lebanon
615-443-1926
ralstonfarm@gmail.com

We have honey, creamed-flavored honey, lip balm and lotion for sale.

RS Ranch
Russ Clark
1933A Chicken Rd.
Lebanon
615-286-4455
615-772-1752
sherlene@rsranch.net, russ@rsranch.net
www.rsranch.net

We grow and process all the herbs and other botanicals that are used to make the hand-crafted soaps we offer year-round. We offer fresh herbs in season and dried year-round.

Stuck on You Honey Farm
Caryn Crowston
1486 Fellowship Rd.
Mt. Juliet
615-449-0964
caryncc@comcast.net

We sell local clover/wildflower honey. Our honey is raw and 100 % pure. We don't use any chemicals on our bees or in our hives. –---------------------------------------------

Tojo Creek Gourds
John Swendiman
986 Thomas Rd.
Lebanon
615-330-5628
gourds@tojocreek.com
www.tojocreek.com
Please call first.

We grow a wide variety of gourds for the gourd artist and crafter. We sell our gourds throughout the year from our farm and host gourd art and craft workshops and seminars.

Kentucky Farms Serving Middle Tennessee


****Eco-Gardens CSA
Andrew and Reuben Habegger
149 Strawberry Lane
Scottsville
615-331-0104
eco-gardenscsa@bellsouth.net
eco-gardenscsa.weebly.com
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

We offer a 12-week winter CSA from mid-November to mid-February featuring sweet winter carrots, a variety of lettuces, spinach, greens, sweet potatoes, winter squashes and more. We also have a weekly farm market every Saturday.

****Bugtussle Farm
Eric and Cher Smith
Gamaliel
270-457-BUGS
info@bugtussle.com
www.bugtusslefarm.com

We have a fall and winter CSA program for our biodynamically grown vegetables, as well as eggs, beef and lamb for our CSA members.

**Chaney's Dairy Barn
Carl and Debra Chaney
9191 Nashville Rd.
Bowling Green
270-843-5567
270-991-5567
chaneyinfo@yahoo.com
www.chaneysdairybarn.com

We offer premium, homemade ice cream and include fresh fruits in several of our flavors. In the fall we have a corn maze and a pumpkin patch.


Hill and Hollow Farm
Robin Verson and Paul Bela
8707 Breeding Rd.
Edmonton
270-432-0567
hhcsa@scrtc.com
www.hillandhollowfarm.com

Certified organic, we sell a variety of sustainably grown vegetables, fresh herbs, cut flowers, shiitake mushrooms and other farm-fresh treats.

***Idle Hour Farms
Ross Hunter
12234 Hopkinsville Rd.
Princeton
270-601-0770
idlehourfarms@wildblue.net

We have free-range, pasture-raised Heritage Breed turkeys. We have fresh (never frozen) birds available from the third week of November through Christmas Eve.

The fall 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.


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 do not use hormones or antibiotics in our cows. We process all of our milk in our own processing plant. Our milk is sold in glass, returnable jars and we have whole, 2%, skim and chocolate milk. We also have cream, half and half and buttermilk.

Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese
Kenny Mattingly
2033 Thomerson Park Rd.
Austin
888-571-4029
kenny@kennyscheese.com
www.kennyscheese.com
Monday–Friday, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m.–4 p.m.

We have a farmstead business on our family dairy farm. Our cheese is made naturally from the milk of our own herd in which no artificial hormones are used to enhance milk production.

Knight Family Farms
Chris Knight
Scottsville
270-618-5533
jckmusic@nctc.com
www.jckfamily.com

Occasional grass-fed beef and lamb, all raised on organic pastures. Organic sorghum for sale.

Spring Valley Sorghum Mill
Reuben Habegger
269 Strawberry Lane
Scottsville
Monday–Saturday

We are an Old Order Mennonite family using horsepower to make our homemade sorghum. Sorghum-making is our specialty and we usually begin making sorghum the first week in September. The season typically lasts until about the middle of October.

**The Garden Patch
David and Esli Pelly
1085 Hayes-Smith Grove Rd.
Smiths Grove
270-563-2151
thegardenpatch@yahoo.com
www.pellyfarm.com

In the fall we have pumpkins and mums.