Local Table Farm Guide

Berries *Peaches

Bedford County


Botanical Harmony Farm

Tracey Burks, Ashleigh Newnes

765 Squire Hall Rd.

Shelbyville

931-952-1224
botanicalharmony@gmail.com
We are an all-natural, highly diversified family farm providing eggs, goatâ€TMs milk soaps and 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. All of our products are free of chemicals, pesticides and herbicides.


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. Flowers available fresh, dried, and in bulk or in arrangements.


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 that give us fiber in a multitude of colors. We then process it into rovings for spinners or yarn for knitters, crocheters and weavers.


*Valley Home Farm

Nancy Edwards and Bobby Potts

310 Potts Rd.

Wartrace

931-389-6470

nancy@valleyhomefarm.com

www.valleyhomefarm.com

Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Sunday 1-5 p.m.

Farm-fresh blueberries and blackberries are available daily in season. Berries are available pre-picked or pick-your-own. Blueberry season begins the first week of June and runs through the end of July, followed by blackberries.


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 use only organic and sustainable growing methods.


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. We go to the Cumberland Sustainable Farmersâ€TM Market and the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market.


Swafford Farm

Debra and Grady Swafford

1108 Summer City Rd.

Pikeville

423-447-2762

423-280-8596

Monday-Saturday

Our family farm operation begins at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market selling produce daily. We have tomatoes, peppers and other summer produce.


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 free of hormones, antibiotics and steroids.


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 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 use sustainable and Albrecht growing methods on our farm. We offer a wide variety of heirloom and non-GMO hybrid products. We sell at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market, East Nashville Market, Murfreesboro Market on the Square and online at www.stonesriver.locallygrown.net.


*Half Hill Farm

Christian Grantham

210 Grand View Lane

Woodbury

615-460-7778

halfhillfarm@gmail.com

www.halfhillfarm.com

We are a small, seven-acre USDA Certified Organic farm. We grow organic apples, blueberries, hops and edible and medicinal mushrooms.


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 with no added hormones or antibiotics. All cattle are grass-fed, finished on grain. We are at McMinnville Farmersâ€TM Market.


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 offer the only USDA Certified chickens and eggs in Middle Tennessee. We have heritage breed chickens; we incubate, hatch and sell eggs, chicks, pullets and hens.

Edensâ€TM Garden Pegram

Charles Eden

513 Elkmoore Dr.

Pegram

615-662-8390

www.facebook.com/EdensGardenPegram

In addition to fresh produce, we offer organic mulch and bedding plants. We grow 80% of our products on the farm.


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. We also have whole lamb. You can purchase our meats from our farm by appointment or from the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market on Saturdays and Sundays.


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

Call ahead for availability and hours.

We sell from our greenhouse and at various events in the Nashville Metro area. Over the past 27 years, we have offered both the unique and well-loved in pesticide-free perennials, herbs, greenhouse exotics, citrus, succulents, dwarf evergreens and garden accessories.


*No. 9 Farms

Brian and Stephanie Oaks

1403 Little Marrowbone Rd.

Ashland City

615-545-0925

stephanie@no9farms.com

We are a you-pick mixed berry farm and have raspberries in the summer. We also 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.


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.


The Compost Company

Edward Wansing

3643 TN 12 N.

Ashland City

615-427-5956

ewansing@compostcompany.com

www.compostcompany.com

We produce high-quality humus compost. 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. We sell at the Richland Park Farmersâ€TM Market and at the Ashland City Open Air Market.


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 specialize in sweet corn, tomatoes and watermelons. We grow our own fruits and veggies and make our own jams and jellies (Hazel Maeâ€TMs).

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.


Legacy Acres Alpacas

Linda Baker

928 Parker Rd.

Manchester

931-728-5962

legacyacres@gmail.com

www.Legacyacres.com

We harvest our alpacasâ€TM fiber annually and then process into 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.


Sun Devil Farms

Chenel Gervais

413 Walden Ridge Rd.

Manchester

931-222-0871

dcnagerv@yahoo.com

We sell eggs from our small flock of chickens.


Wayside Farm

Dan and Janet Deutmeyer

2797 Wayside Rd.

Manchester

931-954-2697

djdeutmeyer@charter.net

We are an alpaca fiber farm, selling raw fleece, roving blends and yarn.


Cumberland County


Backyard Bouquets

Leanna and Luella Miller

184 Shady Loop

Crossville

931-277-3707

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.


Red Barn Gardens CSA

Dave Myers

1219 Vandever Rd.

Crossville

931-200-6759

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


Davidson County


Eatonâ€TMs Creek Organics Farm

Tana Comer

5570 Eatonâ€TMs Creek Rd.

Joelton

615-415-2734

ecorganicsfarm@gmail.com

www.ecorganics.net

The first certified organic farm in Davidson County. We are at the West End Farmersâ€TM Market at Vine Street.


Annie Acres

Kelly Albright

4610 Eatons Creek Rd.

Nashville

931-216-4387

albrightkelly@gmail.com

Our Jerseys supply customers with fresh raw milk, sweet cream butter, heavy cream and half & 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 are a small flower design studio and farm located in the beautiful countryside. We specialize in growing flowers with beautiful colors, amazing fragrance and longstanding beauty.


Bells Bend Farm

Eric Wooldridge and Loran Shallenberger

5188 Old Hickory Blvd.

Nashville

615-974-2388

loran@bellsbendfarms.com

www.bellsbendfarms.com

In addition to our CSA members, we sell our produce at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market.


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 are a Nashville sustainably grown farm. We offer fresh produce, farm-fresh eggs and honey. We sell our produce through the Bellevue Farmersâ€TM Market.


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 Farmersâ€TM Market on Saturday and Sunday.


FarmOne.org

Kevin Derkits

Dry Fork Rd.

Whites Creek

615-483-1318

info@farmone.org

www.farmone.org

We are a non-profit serving the community through responsible agriculture education and providing first harvest food donation to those in need. Volunteer opportunities available.


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 at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market and our farm. Purchase our homemade-on-the-farm pork sausage year-round.


Fresh and Local Nashville

Shaun Daugherty

3534 Central Pike, Suite 101

Hermitage

615-566-1895

freshjuicery@yahoo.com

www.freshandlocalnashville.com

We are a small farm focusing on naturally grown produce. We offer year-round produce through the Hip Donelson Farmersâ€TM Market and the Farmersâ€TM Market at the Crossings.


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. At our on-farm market, you can find organic and local fresh veggies, as well as shop for other local and regional specialties.


Howellâ€TMs Farm

Johnny Howell

Bellevue

615-242-1623

Monday-Sunday 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Since 1938, the Howell family has been selling its farm produce in Nashville. We sell locally grown tomatoes, melons, peppers, root vegetables, squash, corn, greens and peaches.


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. We sell at various local retailers, our own farm stand (by the honor system) and at farmersâ€TM markets.


Local Living Farm

Ed Harrison

5318 Hickory Hollow Parkway

Nashville

615-260-6621

LocalLivingFarm@smartergardens.com

www.locallivingfarm.com

Saturday 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Wednesday 4-7 p.m.

We operate an indoor farming operation inside a former Antioch big box store. We use a variety of growing methods to produce a selection of greens and culinary herbs.


Nashville Cattle Co.

Courtney Deal

238 54th Ave. N

Nashville

646-245-7067

courtney@nashvillecattleco.com

www.nashvillecattleco.com

We raise humanely and pasture-raised beef and pork. All of our animals are raised without the use of hormones and antibiotics. We sell our product in shares and micro-shares.


Old School Farm

Rachel Stubbs

5022 Old Hydes Ferry Pike

Nashville

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. We sell at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market.


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 to customers at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market.


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. We grow green onions, tomatoes, corn, leaf lettuce, cucumbers, squash, collard greens and mustard greens, beets and green beans.


Rockdale Ranch

Charles Williamson

2360 Baker Road

Goodlettsville

615-943-4030

rockdaleranch@aol.com

We have the largest bison herd in Tennessee. Buffalo meat is healthy and good tasting. We have added quail to the ranch, and we sell eggs for eating or hatching your own, as well as quail for the table.


Six Boots Growersâ€TM 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 and low-impact soil management techniques to provide our farmersâ€TM market customers with tasty and nutrient-dense vegetables.


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. We sell our cut flowers at several area farmersâ€TM markets.


DeKalb County


Bert Driver Nursery

Bert Driver

3400 Nashville Highway

Smithville

615-597-9560

bert@bertdrivernursery.com

www.bertdrivernursery.com

Monday-Sunday

Our sales yard is open year-round. To confirm seasonal hours of operation, call 615-597-9560 or go to www.bertdrivernursery.com. 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. Our products are available at the Hip Donelson and the Smithville farmersâ€TM markets, direct from the farm or by arrangement at various Nashville locations.


DND Farm

Thomas Theriaque

2341 Adamson Branch Rd.

Liberty

615-597-9853

dndfarmtn@gmail.com

www.DNDFarmTN.com

We grow a wide variety of produce using sustainable growing methods. We also raise honeybees for honey and dry herbs, along with chickens for eggs.


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.

We have a selection of farm-fresh tomatoes; while here you may stop at our stand to find a selection of the many other fresh fruits and vegetables we grow. Our family has a stone mill, and fresh grinds 24 different grains on a daily basis.


*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
We grow a variety of vegetables, berries, tree fruits, flowers and herbs. We also produce eggs, honey, pastured lambs and goatâ€TMs milk soap. We sell at the Green Market in Cookeville and the Granville Sutton store.


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. Our produce wagons run throughout Middle Tennessee. We also grow heirlooms and open-pollinated varieties.


WeDo Farm

Ricky Ervin

1230 Bethel Rd.

P.O. Box 495

Smithville

615-597-1864

We raise naturally grown vegetables, prickly pear/cacti and cane/bamboo products and distribute via our Facebook friends and the DeKalb County Farmersâ€TM Market. Any undistributed produce will go to the local food distribution center.


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. We do blacksmith and spinning demonstrations, and farm tours.

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. We sell our goods at the Dickson Farmersâ€TM Market.


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 cattle are raised without using growth hormones or steroids and we donâ€TMt feed any antibiotics or animal by-products.


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 have our homegrown produce available beginning in June.


Clifton Farms

Jean and Ray Clifton

985 Southerland Rd.

Dickson

615-446-4686

ray.clifton985@gmail.com

Experience the freshness of our more than 70 varieties of farm grown vegetables and herbs. We regularly sell at the Dickson Farmersâ€TM Market. On-farm sales are by appointment only.


Heritage Glen Farm

Meg and Harry Edwards

680 Frannie Branch Rd.

Dickson

615-740-5254

HeritageGlenFarm@aol.com

We sell fresh-pastured eggs, organically fed broilers and heirloom fruits and vegetables, including more than 15 varieties of heirloom garlic. We sell from the farm and the Dickson County Farmersâ€TM Market.


Little Montana

John and Cindy Fink

1095 White Rd.

Bon Aqua

615- 509-0153

pvcconsulting@yahoo.com

We have poultry, rabbits and farm-fresh eggs. We sell our eggs at the farmersâ€TM markets in Fairview and Dickson, and our rabbits from the farm and via home delivery to potential buyers.


Morris Hollow Cattle Company

Jay Morris

1135 Ben Collier Rd.

Charlotte

615-642-6219

jaymorris66@aol.com

www.morrishollowfarms.com

Our cattle are never confined and thrive on lush pasture. They are only supplemented with our blend of all-natural grains for that amazing high-end steakhouse flavor and tenderness.


New American Farms

Mitch and Serena Harden

1399 Hornal Rd.

White Bluff

781-572-5403

mitchserena@hotmail.com

We specialize in growing pasture-raised and organically fed chicken eggs, pesticide/herbicide-free produce and pasture-raised and grass-finished beef, pork and poultry. We sell at the Dickson County Farmersâ€TM Market.


Sadie Creek Little Farm

Steve Middleton

1420 Ben Collier Rd.

Charlotte

615-792-9029

Southern highbush blueberries are available through about July 4. We also offer some real nice heirloom tomatoes, using organic growing methods, through July. We offer our goods at the West Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market.


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 sell our products through Fresh Harvest subscription service in Nashville.


**Uncle Dâ€TMs Produce

Darold Barnes

2664 Slayden Marion Rd./Rte. 235

Cumberland Furnace

615-763-2040

UncleD@uncledsproduce.com

www.uncledsproduce.com

Fruit is my specialty. My biggest fruit crop is peaches that are tree-ripened and dripping with sweetness and flavor. Please check for availability. I sell at the Dickson County Farmersâ€TM Market.


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. We grow more than 50 varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs.


Wolf River Valley Growers

Bob Washburn

170 Greenhouse Lane

Pall Mall

931-879-5426

800-841-5210

pwpgre@yahoo.com

www.wolfriver.net

Monday-Saturday

Check website for seasonal hours.

You can shop in 56 greenhouses overflowing with colorful flowers, hanging baskets, naturally grown herbs and vegetables, and much more.


Franklin County


*J & J Organic Berry Farm

Joyce Graham

7152 Rock Creek Rd.

Tullahoma

931-455-6855

Monday-Saturday

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 do both a PYO and pre-pick. We will also take orders in advance.


Giles County


Lexington Vineyard & Winery

Debra Hale

2000 Dog Hollow Rd.

Lynnville

931-527-4011

931-527-4011

www.Lexingtonvineyardandwinery.com

In addition to our own wines and wine jellies, we sell organic honey from our own hives, and provide a service to anyone with honeybees in their homes. Products sold at vineyard.


Quiet Breeze Piedmontese Farm

Phillipand Charlene Budd

14055 Columbia Hwy.

Lynnville

931-527-3333

931-638-2015

prbudd60@bellsouth.net

www.quietbreezepiedmontesefarm.com

We raise Piedmontese cattle and make sure their diet is healthy and natural, and free of growth hormones and implants or any animal by-products.


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. We use no hormones and only use antibiotics in case of sickness, but keep the animal out of the food system for double the required amount of time.


Grundy County


Michael Raines

391 Frontier Rd.

Altamont

931- 692-3919

MichaelRaines@me.com

We have year-round hydroponic lettuce and some greens. We also have raspberries, along with our seasonal/limited meats/produce as follows: pasture-raised chickens, cherries, peaches, apples, field tomatoes, field cucumber, okra and garlic.


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 grow sustainably grown vegetables and grass-fed lamb and wool. We sell locally through the South Cumberland Farmersâ€TM Market and Food Hub.


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 offer fresh produce through the summer.


Hardin County


Don Coleman

85 Orchard Lane

Savannah

731-925-9710

colfarms@charter.net

Call ahead for availability and hours.

We have pre-picked peaches and start picking around the 4th of July. We also have blackberries beginning in early June and a limited supply of blueberries in late June (our plants are still young).


*Culbertson Farms

Randall and Jean Culbertson

200 Gillis Rd.

Savannah

731- 925-4872

svnnhcjean@aol.com

Monday-Thursday, Sunday 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

We begin our season with seven varieties of pick-your-own blueberries, followed by potatoes, tomatoes. Please call first for availability.


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

Saturday

We use old-fashioned, sustainable methods to insure that our veggies are nutrient-dense and free of harmful chemicals. We sell naturally raised, grass-fed meats and stone-milled grits and cornmeal from Certified Organic Tennessee-grown corn.


Belle Springs Farm

Kyle and Claire Bradshaw

594 Sulphur Creek Rd.

Centerville

931-729-1194

kyle@bellespringsfarm.com

www.bellespringfarm.com

We have a herd of Jersey (and one Guernsey) cows, with which we run a dairy herd share operation. We also own some black cows for beef and a couple of large black sows, and have recently begun to harvest our own shiitake mushrooms.


*Bountiful Blessings Farm

654 Dry Prong Rd.

Williamsport

931-583- 0139

931-583-2795

dysingers@bountifulblessingsfarm.com

www.bountifulblessingsfarm.com

Certified organic, the farm specializes in berries and year-round vegetables. Additional products include raw honey, maple syrup, soaps and lotions.


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, free of hormones, antibiotics and supplements. Please call in advance.


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.


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. Our products are offered through our CSA, the Bellevue Farmersâ€TM Market and the Dickson Farmersâ€TM Market.


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 provide our community with healthy vegetables, eggs, pastured meats and herbs.


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. We use only the highest-quality ingredients including organic, sustainably harvested plant oils; goat milk from our farm; and botanical additives.


Humphreys County


Hodgdon Farms

David Hodgdon

1000 Old Nashville Hwy.

McEwen

931-622-8872

David@mcewengoatranch.com

www.mcewengoatranch.com

We sell our summer produce from the Dickson Farmersâ€TM Market and our farm stand.


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. We are at the Camden Farmersâ€TM Market.


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 vegetable plants, annual and perennial flowers and herbs. We close beginning of July and reopen in October. Call first.


Bell Point Farm

Shawn Hensley

5374 Granville Hwy.

Granville

931-653-4227

bellpointfarms@gmail.com
We enjoy producing old-timey heirloom vegetables along with popular favorites. We sell at the farmersâ€TM market in Gainesboro, the Cookeville Farmersâ€TM Market and directly from the farm.


Brinna Sallee

2204 Spring Creek Rd.

Cookeville

931-529-1166

bsblueberries@gmail.com

www.hiddenspringsorchard.com

We offer pick-your-own blueberries at a well-established one-acre patch in July and August. Call or email for availability.


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. We have seasonal vegetables and raspberries. We sell at Cookevilleâ€TMs Downtown Green Market.


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, half or whole carcass.


Pipsissewa Herbs

Lisa Bedner

450 Davidson Chapel Rd.

Bloomington Springs

931-653-4402

pipsiss@yahoo.com

www.pipsissherbs.biz

Greenhouse and gardens through July by appointment only. Wellness consultations and products year-round. We make our own herbal medicines in the Native American tradition, including salves and tinctures.


Russellâ€TMs Ridge Nubians

Julie Russell

2450 Shepardsville Hwy.

Bloomington Springs

931-650-0499

www.russellsridgenubians.com

We are breeders of ADGA-registered purebred Nubians. We offer herd shares of raw goatâ€TMs milk and goatâ€TMs milk cheese, as well as goatâ€TMs milk soap and goatâ€TMs 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.

We identify, acquire and trial little-known or underutilized food plants are suitable for Middle Tennessee. Those that are drought-tolerant, adapt well and produce usable food crops are sold at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market, and at our farm (by appointment only).

Dan and Debbie Eiser

78 Cemetery Rd.

Lawrenceburg

931-964-4578

eiser@msn.com

www.localharvest.org/blueberries-on-the-buffalo-farm-M11313

Closed Wednesday. Call first for availability.

PYO blueberries and blackberries, or pre-picked berries with advance notice. Enjoy family picnic areas, mowed walking paths, or feed fish in the ponds.


Bowers Farm

Jim and Mary Bowers

80 Waterfork Rd.

Ethridge

931-762-2847

www.bowersfarmtn.com

Bowers Farm naturally raises gourmet-quality, grass-fed/finished Red Devon beef, non-GMO, soy-free pastured Large Black Hog pork and non-GMO, 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 Brownâ€TMs 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 specializing in out-of-the-ordinary and standard fare produce.


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.


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 are a one-stop-shop CSA selling our free-range eggs and pasture-raised, hormone-free beef, pork, lamb and chicken. We offer a variety of share sizes and packages that include produce, meat, eggs, cheese, baked and local canned goods.


Holt Farming Co. & Sherryâ€TMs 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. We sell our dairy products 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

All of our vegetables, fruit, berries and produce are 100% locally grown by small farmers in middle Tennessee. We also offer artisanal cheese shares, fruit shares and heirloom tomato shares (a combination of slicers and cherry tomatoes).


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. We also sell fleece and rovings. Call for more information.


HaHa Farm

Kathie and Steve Haber

482 Cortner Hollow Rd.

Petersburg

931-680-0423

kathiehaber@hahafarm.com

www.hahafarm.com
We are a small farm breeding llamas and alpacas for fiber. I sell yarn, roving, fleeces and felted sheet along with needle felting supplies.


Mac Rogers

Mac Rogers

3 Sweet Potato Lane

Taft

931-703-2001

We pick to order with a full line of summer and Hispanic produce.


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. During the season, we also have cut flowers.


Macon County


The Barefoot Farmer CSA

Jeff Poppen

P.O. Box 163

Red Boiling Springs

Katie Noss, 615-308-9345 or

615-699-2493

katie@barefootfarmer.com

www.barefootfarmer.com

The CSA drop-off is in Berry Hill and has openings for 2015. Jeff has started and consults on many farms and gardens offering 40 years of mistakes you donâ€TMt have to make.

Appleknob Orchard

Ferrell and Rita Meador

5047 Long Creek Rd.

Lafayette

615-666-3699

appleknob@nctc.com

Apples on more than 400 trees are ripe from mid-August through mid-October.


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 in season.


Red Springs Farm

Coree and Paul Entwistle

Red Boiling Springs

615-699-4676

www.redspringsfamilyfarm.blogspot.com

We grow a diverse selection (many usual favorites and some exotic types) of nutrient-dense vegetables in season, using biodynamic and organic principles.


David Carver

412 Hawkins Rd.

Westmoreland

615-670-1432

davidcarver@nctc.com

www.facebook.com/pages/Rocky-Mound-Berry-Patch/104673722920283

Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

I am a pick-your-own farm selling blackberries, blueberries, peaches and some grapes. I use no pesticides on blueberries and as little as possible on other stuff.

Marshall County


** Forgieâ€TMs Fruit Farm

Bill Forgie

2000 Collier Rd.

Lewisburg

931-637-7759

forgiefruitfarm@gmail.com

www.forgiefruitfarm.com

Monday-Saturday 8-6 p.m.

Seven varieties of peaches. You can pick your own or let us fetch them for you at a higher price. Call ahead for availability.


Haynes Honey Farm

David and Judy Haynes

1350 Wade Brown Rd.

Lewisburg

931-359-2665

931-703-1260

haynes1350@charter.net

We sell our honey at Lewisburgâ€TMs farmersâ€TM market every Friday beginning in July.


Maury County


Circle of Seasons, â€~Jackâ€TMs Bee Sweetâ€TM Honey

Jack Wohlfarth

4417 Dugger Rd

Culleoka

931-987-0910

931-215-5389

Jack.do@charter.net

I sell honey, comb honey and beeswax from our farm and my wifeâ€TMs Morning Glory Herb Shop in Culleoka.


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 blueberries, 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. We are natural growers with no chemical fertilizers or pesticides. Pastured chicken, turkey and pork are available. We offer raw foods, 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 and finished lamb and pasture-raised poultry. Our animals are never fed antibiotics or growth hormones.


Jersey D Farm

George Dodson

4356 Skelley Rd.

Santa Fe

931-682-2315

NettsCountryStore@gmail.com

We have an all-Jersey milk herd. They are pastured on grass that does not have any chemicals or pesticides used. We do not use antibiotics or growth hormones. We have a â€~cow sharing programâ€TM for fresh, raw milk. We also sell eggs.


Norton Family Farm

Karen Norton

Cross Bridges

931-388-5839

nortonhome@charter.net

Saturday

We sell at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market. 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. Sales are made from the farm. Please call for availability.


Pantall Farm

Chad Pantall

2781 Carterâ€TMs Creek Station Rd.

Columbia

931-486-2754

We raise a variety of fresh produce that we sell at the Columbia Farmersâ€TM Market and at a small stand on Nashville Hwy. near the Neapolis community.


Persimmon Ridge Honey Farm

Betty Taylor

Williamsport

931-583-2620

taylor_betty@hotmail.com

www.PersimmonRidgeHoneyFarm.com

Raw honey from chemical-free hives available each year until sold out.


Keith Cannon

2402 Gene Fitzgerald Rd.

Columbia

615-636-7137

hello@southernridgefarm.com

www.southernridgefarm.com

All-natural, grass-fed beef, pork and lamb. We also have two acres of blueberries. We sell off the farm, at farmersâ€TM markets, CSA and neighborhood deliveries in the greater Nashville area.


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 breeds, sells, shows and boards alpacas. We sell the fiber we harvest at the Clarksville City Market.


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.


Cookâ€TMs 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. We follow a strict standard for TN Natural beef. On-farm sales and delivery within the Nashville and Clarksville area.


Diannâ€TMs Greenhouse

Diann Nance

3072 Nicole Rd.

Clarksville

931-648-8701

diann@diannsgreenhouse.com

www.diannsgreenhouse.com

Open by appointment.

We have greenhouse-grown herbs, culinary and edible flowers, perennials, biennials, annuals and more than 40 varieties of herbs.


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; and free-roaming pork and grass-fed, grain-finished beef, all raised on chemical-free pastures.


Billy and Teresa McCraw

2385 Rossview Rd.

3 miles off I-24, Exit 8

Clarksville

931-647-0187

mytnsunrise@aol.com

Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-7 p.m.

We have pick-your-own strawberries, blackberries and blueberries. Call ahead for availability.


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 with no hormones or antibiotics used. All products are available at local pick-up points and farmersâ€TM markets in Clarksville and Murfreesboro.


The Food Initiative

Michael Hampton

1230 Rossview Rd.

Clarksville

931-905-6998

michael@thefoodinitiative.org

www.thefoodinitiative.org

We work with high school students. We grow a variety of fruits and vegetables for our community in a sustainable manner. You can find us on Saturdays at the Clarksville Downtown Market.


Moore County


Peggy Baird

209 Blueberry Lane

Fayetteville

931-759-4318

Monday-Sunday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

Small blueberry farm only six miles from Lynchburg and the Jack Daniels Distillery. PYO only and bring your own bucket; no pre-picked available. Please call ahead to check availability.


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 CSA packages available. Or, order online from a huge selection of 100% grass-fed meats, pastured poultry, sausages, no-sodium-nitrate deli meats and meat snacks, free-roaming farm eggs, raw milk and milk products, cheeses, breads, teas, seasonings, body products and more.


Overton County


David and Diana Webb

Hwy. 111

Livingston

931-823-2829

Tuesday-Thursday, Saturday 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

Please call first for availability. We offer a variety of PYO berries, as well as pre-picked at our farm stand. The raspberries kick off our berry season in early June, followed by blueberries and blackberries.


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 (free of hormones and antibiotics) and vegetables (organically raised). We sell at the Cookeville Farmersâ€TM Market during season.


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 are part of the Muddy Pond Mennonite community.


Putnam County


Jindydale Farms

Jack and Cindy Holman

1654 Burgess Falls Rd.

Cookeville

931-265-3924

931-265-3942

jindydalefarms@gmail.com

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

We raise grass-fed and finished beef, pastured meat chickens, free-range pork and free-range chicken eggs. All of our animals are raised as naturally as possible with no added hormones or antibiotics.


Darren and Miranda Smith

14381 Tuckers Ridge

Silver Point

615-735-7309

We have several varieties of peaches, apples, raspberries and pears. Our fruit is available at the Putnam and Smith County farmersâ€TM markets, as well as from the farm.


Hurricane Hollow Apple Orchard

Leon and Edwina Boyd

4956 Medley Amonette Rd.

Buffalo Valley

931-858-2445

Monday-Sunday 9-5 p.m.

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 also sell fresh cider.


Little Creek Farm

Wayne and Charlene Moss

3500 Gainesboro Grade

Cookeville

931-267-9978

931- 260-4754

lcfproduce@gmail.com

www.littlecreekproduce.com

See website for seasonal hours.

We have summer vegetables, including squash, sweet corn, green beans, peppers and more.


MMKM Family Produce Stand

Mike and Maureen Jeffers

8272 Burgess Falls Rd.

Baxter

931-432-3276

Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 11:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

Our farm stand is right down the road from Burgess Falls State Park. We have used organic growing practices since the mid-1980s and grow a wide variety of late spring and summer produce.


Raisin Acres Farm

Pat and Sherri Stickler

6343 Hilham Rd.

Cookeville

931-854-1822

raisinacresfarm@gmail.com

www.raisinacresfarm.com

We are a small family farm using organic and sustainable methods to produce naturally grown herbs, vegetables and fruits. We currently offer a small goat milk herd share.


Three Sisters Farm

Wendy Williams

Cookeville

931-783-0529

threesistersfarm50@yahoo.com

www.3sistersfarmtn.com

Saturday

Our flowers, vegetables and berries are Certified Naturally Grown. In addition to selling at the new Cookeville Downtown Green Market on Saturdays, we are signing up members for our fall CSA. 


Waters Farm

Randy and Nathan Dodson

8426 Kermit LaFever

Baxter

931-267-9242

nbdodson@gmail.com

We are a growing and sustainable farm dedicated to organic growing methods, promoting the local food economy, and educating the community about the benefits of locally grown organic and naturally grown foods.


Robertson County


Don and Cathy Hall

7254 Hwy. 41 N.

Cedar Hill

615-696-2652

Monday-Sunday 8 a.m.-6 p.m., 1-5 p.m.

We have a small and diversified farm with unusual fruit varieties, including gooseberries, blueberries, blackberries, figs, muscadines, chestnuts, filberts, spring and summer produce. We usually have Oriental persimmons. Please call first for availability.


Jamie Dudiak

2450 Bowie Rd.

Greenbriar

615-542-9120

busybeetrader@msn.com

We have six varieties of blueberries that ripen from mid-June through mid-August. Visit our scenic Tennessee bicentennial farm and help us celebrate our 200th Anniversary.


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. We have monthly specials and if you order more than $150 online, your delivery is free in Tennessee (see website for details).


Jâ€TMs 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 and 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 raise registered Hereford cattle and offer grain-fed whole, half or quarter freezer beef. We are certified Tennessee All-Natural beef.


Moffitt Farms

Brian Moffitt

4005 S. Hillwood Ct.

Springfield

615-478-3871

Moffittfarms@yahoo.com

We specialize in sustainably grown heirloom varieties of produce and sell at the Robertson County Farmersâ€TM Market and at the Clarksville Downtown Market.


Red River Bees

Barry Richards

7781 Hwy. 25 E.

Cross Plains

615-379-8233

info@redriverbees.com

www.redriverbees.com

We sell local honey produced in and around Robertson County.


Riverside Farmersâ€TM Market

Cindy Fuqua

5934 Ashburn Rd.

Springfield

615-384-2900

We have a large assortment of fresh produce, herbs, country ham, baked goods, honey, homemade baked goods and canned jams, jellies and vegetables.


Smiley Farm

Troy Smiley

Ridge Top

615-742-3820

Monday-Sunday 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

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


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.

We sell blackberries, both pre-picked and pick-your-own. We also sell pre-picked peaches starting late June, and summer vegetables and summer apples beginning in July.


TN Real Milk/Gammon Family Dairy

Steven Gammon

5766 Highland Rd.

Orlinda

TNRealMilk@gmail.com

Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

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


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. We also have certified organic, non-hybrid, non-GMO, open-pollinated white and yellow corn. We sell grass-fed beef and lamb.


Rutherford County


Rocky Glade Farm

Jim and Julie Vaughn

2397 Rocky Glade Rd.

Eagleville

615-274-3496

jvaughn@rockygladefarm.com

www.rockygladefarm.com

Welcome to a true family farm, growing grass-fed beef, lamb and lots of vegetables.  We sell at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market through June and offer year-round service through Stones River Online Market, as well as Bedford County Locally Grown.   ---------------------------------------- Triple A Farms

Jacob Anderson and Paul Anderson

8322 Hwy. 99

Rockvale

615-476-8664

615-477-9160

tripleafarms3@gmail.com

Monday-Sunday 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

We sell all kinds of fruits and veggies, herbs, annual flowers, garden plants, free-range brown eggs and assorted canned goods at our seven-day-a-week farm store, our CSA and at the Saturday Farmersâ€TM Market on the Square in Murfreesboro.

AHA Rabbits

Kimberly and Mark Ferguson

10575 S. Windrow Rd.

Rockvale

615-274-2466

kferg9804@gmail.com

www.kferg9804.wix.com/aharabbits

We raise quality New Zealand and Californian rabbits for meat/pet food/pets. Rabbits may be purchased directly from our farm year-round.


Bloomsbury Farm

Lauren Palmer

9398 Del Thomas Rd.

Smyrna

615-355-8525

howdy@bloomsburyfarms.com

www.bloomsburyfarms.com

We grow all things sprouted: alfalfa, clover, spicy, crunchy, sunflower and wheat grass, year-round in a glass greenhouse. We also have a full vegetable and herb production through fall, and offer cut flowers and free-range eggs.


Carl Foster

8501 Taliaferro Rd.

Eagleville

615-395-7651

bluehoneyfarms@yahoo.com

We started our blueberry patch of 700 bushes eight years ago and are continually adding new plants. Please call for availability. We also keep bees.


Cedar Ridge Farm

Dwight King

1521 Floyd Rd.

Eagleville

615-274-3157

We sell whole lambs and 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. Call for an appointment.


John and Tish Erdmann

2250 Rock Springs Midland Rd.

Christiana

615-848-8942

jerdmann58@bellsouth.net
We are a small farm that specializes in growing fruit, vegetables and cut flowers. All crops are grown naturally following organic principles with minimal spraying. You can find us at Stones River Market and the Murfreesboro Market on the Square.


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 for their luxurious fleeces and also keep a small herd of fiber alpacas. 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

615.542.6314

615.691.0480

tngamecockfan@gmail.com

I have beeswax, hand cream, homemade vanilla extract, diatomaceous earth, peanuts, crowder peas, field peas, string beans, butter beans, peaches and plums (depending on weather) and 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. We 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.


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. We grow a variety of garden vegetables and use these in most of our recipes.


Angie Kleinau

5942 West Gum Rd.

Murfreesboro

615-893-7940

Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Closed Monday, Wednesday and Sunday.

We usually open after the 4th of July, but call for availability.

We are a family-friendly, PYO blueberry patch, but will pre-pick for customers with a two-day notice. We also have a playground and small buckets for children, as well as a public restroom.


Smith County


Dillehay Farms

Jack and Christy Dillehay

14 Kempville Hwy.

Carthage

615-774-3688

615-735-7907

jackiedillehay@hotmail.com

Monday-Friday 3-6 p.m., Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

We grow a full line of summer vegetable crops. We are now offering equipment hauling year-round.


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. Quantity discounts.

We raise hormone- and antibiotic-free, pasture-raised beef, pork, lamb, goat and

poultry. We also sell our farm-made bath and body care products, including soaps, salts and lotions, from our new website, www.country-girl-soaps.com.

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. We raise dairy goats, wool sheep and honeybees, and have extensive herb gardens and more.


Ronnie and Diane Bussell

3 Rogers Lane

Carthage

615-735-9193

bussellberries@gmail.com

Call for availability at the farm, Smith County Farmerâ€TMs Market.

We offer peaches, sweet corn, blackberries and apples.


Chimney Swift Farm

Kimberly Walter

458 Plunkett Creek Rd.

Gordonsville

615-947-6139

chimneyswiftfarms@gmail.com

www.chimneyswiftfarms.com

We raise chickens and a small herd of goats, and keep honeybees. We make artisan soaps, salves, lip balms and other natural-living products. We also have fresh preserves, pickles, chutneys, salsa and honey.


Farmhouse Delivery CSA

Stephanie Bradshaw

108 Ward Hollow Rd.

Brush Creek

615-693-2519

farmhousedeliverycsa@gmail.com

farmhousedeliverycsa.com

We partner with Golden Rule Farm and Rolling Acres Farm, two non-certified organic Mennonite Farms in Scottsville, Kentucky, to bring you fresh, nutrient-dense produce throughout the 28-week growing season. We also have some cash-and-carry items available at the delivery sites.


Pleasant Shade Apple Orchard

Tom and Brenda Falcone

90 Big Creek Rd.

Pleasant Shade

615-677-6731

Call first for availability, anytime. We have 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

Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Hatching thousands of chicks monthly. We hatch more than 55 breeds of chickens, ducks, geese, guineas, turkeys, chukars, pheasants, bantams and quail.


Sumner County


Ralph Cooke

185 Wilkerson Lane

Portland

615-325-7017

www.bottomviewfarm.com

Call for hours.

We offer PYO or pre-picked blackberries, and blueberries. In the summer months we have apples and peaches available.

Mike and Cathy Bradley

650 Jake Link Rd.

Cottontown

615-325-2836

cathy@bradleykountryacres.com

www.bradleykountryacres.com

Monday-Sunday

Our pick-your-own blackberry crop and peach crop is usually ready by July and by that time you can take home field-grown tomatoes and other fresh vegetables.


De Colores Farm

Alejandra and Keith Goldberg

3273 New Hope Rd.

Hendersonville

615-390-3025

decoloresfarm@comcast.net

www.decoloresfarm.org

We raise registered Myotonic and Angora goats. We sell mohair, fresh farm eggs, goatâ€TMs milk soaps, and hand-knitted goat sweaters.


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. We sell at the Hendersonville Farmersâ€TM Market.


Madison Creek Farms

Peggy and Mark Marchetti

1228 Willis Branch Rd.

Goodlettsville

615-855-6430

madisoncreek@aol.com

www.madisoncreekfarms.com

Saturday, Sunday

We are third-generation farmers and in addition to our CSA customers, we sell produce, cut flowers and baked goods from our on-farm market pavilion every weekend.


Miles Apiary

Greg Miles

1083 Sandy Valley Rd.

Hendersonville

615-824-7881

615-294-8634

greg.miles.54@gmail.com

Our honey is raw, from a variety of nectar sources. We sell from our home, some local retailers and the Goodlettsville Farmersâ€TM Market.


Natural Fields Farm

Stuart Say

985 Franklin Rd.

Gallatin

615-452-9762

615-944-6826

naturalfields@aol.com

www.naturalfieldsfarm.com

Everything that we sell, we produce on our farm. We grow a large variety of fruit and vegetables. We sell our products at the Hendersonville Farmersâ€TM Market.


** Red Chief Orchard

Les and Joyce Bumbalough

1141 Bledsoe Dr.

Castalian Springs

615-452-1516

Monday-Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m.

We sell both pre-picked and pick-your-own peaches and apples. We also have 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. Our honey is bottled raw and unfiltered from a variety of nectar sources.


Standing Stone Nubians

Paula Butler

1154 Lakewood Dr.

Gallatin

615-461-8765

paulabutler@standingstonefarms.com

www.standingstonefarms.com

In addition to raising and breeding Nubian goats for sale to other like-minded dairy goat herd owners, we are striving to produce â€~Old Worldâ€TM-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

We grow summer produce seven days a week during the summer. Bring the kids to see our farm animals, including miniature horses, donkeys, goats and cows.


The Veggie Patch

Chris Sherburne and Paul Bowman

1252 Harsh Lane

Castalian Springs

615-636-5888

csgrtdane@gmail.com

We offer a wide variety of vegetable plants in our greenhouse. Our PYO garden has a wide selection and variety of produce. We also have fresh eggs.


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. New this year, we are representing Fredâ€TMs Alaskan Seafood in the Nashville area. We are at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market on Saturday and Sunday.


Whispering Creek Mushrooms

Josh Walker

1893 Hwy. 25

Gallatin

615-594-3598
jwalk@myself.com
We have gourmet and medicinal mushrooms and fresh produce, along with our fermented foods and cultures. We sell at the 12 South, East Nashville, Hip Donelson and Nashville farmersâ€TM markets.


White Squirrel Farm

Tracy and Chris Winters

1244 Smith Thompson Rd.

Bethpage

615-374-1949

whitesquirrelfarm@gmail.com

We grow a diverse selection of produce using strict organic growing methods. Veggies, fruits, flowers and herbs are in year-round production.


Trousdale County


Patrick and Jon Kelley

50 Riverview Lane

Castalian Springs

615-633-1426

615-633-7447

info@kelleysberryfarm.com

www.kelleysberryfarm.com

Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-6 p.m.

We sell pre-picked and pick-your-own blueberries, and blackberries. We also have peaches in August. We also are at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market, Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market, 12 South Farmersâ€TM Market, and Murfreesboro Main Street.


VanBuren County


Fall Creek Farms

Dana and Bradley Bleasdale

Walling Rd.

Spencer

931-316-3041

fallcreekfarms@gmail.com

www.fallcreekfarms.net

Saturday

We are a Certified Naturally Grown farm delivering raw milk (by herd share agreement only) and pesticide-free vegetables to Cookeville, Chattanooga and points in between. We also feature 100% grass-fed beef and lamb, free-range eggs and cow and goat share, plus goat milk soap.


Kiraâ€TMs Kids Dairy

Kim and Larry Banks

Lonewood Rd.

Spencer

423-881-5703

kimbanks@kiraskidsdairy.com

www.kiraskidsdairy.com

We are a Grade A goat dairy and cheese plant. We produce fresh goat cheeses for sale in local farmersâ€TM markets. Our herd consists mostly of registered Nubian and Nubian crosses.


Ragland Farms

Dusty and Brandon Ragland

6811 Old State Hwy. 111

Spencer

931-946-2491

dlproctor@blomand.net

We offer grass-fed and 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 an online and local retailer of wildflower bulbs, perennial plants and native plants and flower bulbs. We are at the Main Street Farmersâ€TM Market in Murfreesboro.


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. Our herd is a Jersey-Guernsey mix that produces creamy, yellow milk rich in butterfat and beta-carotene. Our milk can be purchased directly from our farm.


Farmer Brownâ€TMs Hydroponic Gardens

JB Brown

678 Arch Cope Rd.

Morrison

931-607-3446

931-205-0451

jborab@blomand.net

www.farmerbrownsgardens.com

We are a year-round farm specializing in hydroponically grown, chemical-free lettuce, basil, cucumbers and tomatoes. We also grow a nice selection of cooking herbs, perennials, annuals and hardy ferns for the garden.


Kerry Mayes

1899 Viola Rd.

McMinnville

931-314-1967

kerrymayes@yahoo.com

We are a family of full-time farmers raising and selling natural/hormone-free beef and vegetables. We grow a wide variety of heirloom tomatoes, lettuce and salad greens, squash, sweet corn and okra, as well as a variety of homegrown nuts, berries and fruits.


Carol and Walter Clarke

93 Bailey Rd.

McMinnville

931-939-3117

Summer includes 20 varieties of heirloom tomatoes, six varieties of beans, blackberries, peaches and lots of summer vegetables. We end the season with many varieties of apples.


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 pick-your-own and pre-picked raspberries (June and July), blackberries (June through August) and blueberries (July and August), as well as jams, jellies, ciders, salsa and more made from our berries. We also have summer produce.


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 sell at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market, the Community Farmersâ€TM Market and at our on-farm shop.


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.


Wayne County


Bonnie Blue Farm

Jim and Gayle Tanner

Waynesboro

931-722-4628

tanngoat@wildblue.net

www.bonniebluefarm.com

Farmstead goat cheese using only the milk from the farmâ€TMs herd of Nubian and Saanen dairy goats is carefully transformed into several varieties of goat cheese. Tours of the farm and dairy, including the new cheese-aging cave, are by appointment only.


Top of the World Farm

Justin, Liberty and Wright Sanders

8999 Ella Gallaher Rd.

Westpoint

866-866-3287

topoftheworldfarm@gmail.com

www.topoftheworldfarm.com

Weekly Nashville-area deliveries or call to make an appointment for farm pick-up. We offer pastured chicken, pork, grass-fed beef and grass-fed lamb.


Topsy Greenhouse and Gardens

Katie Hacker

7504 Topsy Rd.

Waynesboro

931-722-3619

farmgirl_s@yahoo.com

We grow heirloom vegetables using organic practices. We are not certified organic. We also grow hydroponic lettuce and tomatoes.


White County


Crescendo of Peace Farm

Cori MacNaughton

1934 Levon Sparkman Rd.

Doyle

931-256-9097

CrescendoOfPeaceFarm@gmail.com

We grow a variety of heirloom and open-pollinated herbs, vegetables, fruits and nuts. We also make specialty wheat-free, gluten-free and paleo breads, cookies, jellies, jams and syrups, including traditional Appalachian hickory syrup.


Williamson County


* Delvin Farms

Hank Delvin

6400 Delvin Farm Lane

College Grove

615-538-5538

csa@delvinfarms.com

www.delvinfarms.com

We are a certified-organic farm growing produce and fruits year-round. Throughout the year you can find us at many of the producer-only farmersâ€TM markets in and around Nashville. We offer a CSA in addition to the produce we sell at the farmersâ€TM markets. 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

The farm is Certified Naturally Grown. We grow many unique heirloom varieties and use only heirloom and Certified Organic seeds. We sell at our farm stand and at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market.


Big East Fork Farms

Morgan Coffrey

5400 Big East Fork Rd.

Franklin

615-739-7570

bigeastfork@gmail.com

All-natural, heirloom farm with high-quality, non-GMO seed. We offer seasonal vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers; chickens, goats, sheep, rabbits; farm store and workshops.


Carol Warren

3395 Blazer Rd.

Franklin

615-794-3867

jam88keys@aol.com

www.boydmillfarm.com

Monday-Friday 7 -11 a.m.

We are a you-pick berry farm specializing in blackberries. The blackberry season begins with our Annual Blackberry Jam Festival (theblackberryjam.com). Blackberries will be ready to pick around the first of July, for about six weeks. Raspberries are in August. We also have pears and apples.


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.

Growers of more than 1,000 species and cultivars of native trees, shrubs, grasses, vines, ferns, perennials and wild flowers with more than 34,500 plants available for sale.


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 and butter, and jams and jellies. We also sell our own beef and lamb. We sell at the Franklin and East Nashville farmersâ€TM markets, and our farm store.


Maczoo Farm

Shelly McMullan

2236 Osburn Rd.

Arrington

615-218-1523

mcmullanshelly@yahoo.com

www.mabellaproducts.com

I do 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

Check the website for seasonal hours.

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. We also sell the best, freshest Tennessee-grown peaches and a variety of summer produce.


Noble Springs Dairy

Dustin and Justyne Noble

3144 Blazer Rd.

Franklin

615-481-9546

dustin@noble-springs.com

www.noble-springs.com

Our all-natural goat cheese is derived from the natural forages that our goats enjoy on our farm. We also have Grade A goatâ€TMs milk and yogurt available and we make goat milkâ€TMs soap. Farm tours are available by appointment.


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.


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 meat products are available on the farm, by email and year-round at the Franklin Farmersâ€TM Market and at the 12 South Farmersâ€TM Market.


Twin Blade Farms

Thomas Everett

P.O. Box 1152

Franklin

615-794-4711

thomas@twinbladefarms.com

www.twinbladefarms.com

We grow the hottest peppers in the world right here in middle Tennessee. We also grow turmeric, ginger and garlic.


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.


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

All our poultry and pork are pasture-raised, USDA-inspected and vacuum-sealed. Chickens, ducks, turkeys and geese are grown as sources of whole and poultry cuts. Our hogs include a variety of breeds grown on pasture and wooded lots. These include the only herd of Mangalitsa in the state of Tennessee. We also have our own handmade sausage in a variety of flavors.


Tina Davis

723 Cairo Bend Rd.

Lebanon

615-456-8673
berriesonthebend@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/BerriesontheBend

Please call for availability.

We offer pick-your-own and pre-picked (with advanced notice) thornless blackberries and blueberries. Berries ripen between mid-June through mid-August.


** Breedenâ€TMs Orchard, Pie Kitchen & Country Store

Tommy and Mary Nell Breeden

631 Beckwith Rd.

Mt. Juliet

615-449-2880

breedensorchard@comcast.net

Monday-Sunday, Closed Wednesday 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Noon-5 p.m.

We offer peaches, apples, chow chow, fritters, honey, molasses, cider, jams, jellies, relishes, dip mixes and salad dressings. Peach picking is for adults only and begins at 7:00 a.m., in July and early August only. Already picked, from 9 a.m. until they are gone.


Circle S Farms

Donnie Steed

1627 E. Old Laguardo Rd.

Lebanon

615-405-6860

donnie.steed@charter.net

www.tncirclesfarms.com

Monday-Saturday

We have a variety of summer crops. We also offer our homemade soap and preserves. If no one is around, payment is by the honor system.


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. We are at the Main Street Market in Murfreesboro.


Folsom Farms

David and Teresa Folsom

930 County Line Rd.

Alexandria

615-408-2018

930folsomfarms@gmail.com

www.FolsomFarms.com

We have fresh-pastured eggs and silky wools year-round, plus a variety of seasonal fresh vegetables. We sell direct from our farm and enjoy giving tours.


Lester Farms

Mitchell Lester

2811 Coles Ferry Pike

Lebanon

615-564-0871

mitchell@lesterfarmstn.com

www.lesterfarmstn.com

Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

We practice sustainable farming methods to produce the highest quality produce. We grow high-quality fruits and vegetables for our community and sell them at our farm stand.


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. And from all this, we produce raw milk cheese available via a herd-share program, pastured pork available by the half or whole hog, pastured eggs, and goatâ€TMs milk soaps.


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 have eight varieties of peaches beginning about the first of July. Our apple season begins the first of August. We also have blackberries in the summer.


Fred and Karen Dawson

2499 Sugar Flat Rd.

Lebanon

615-443-1926

ralstonfarm@gmail.com
We specialize in blueberries, blackberries and honey products. The berries are pre-picked, but we can arrange PYO if you call ahead to make reservations. We also sell preserves made with our berries, as well as frozen berries for your freezer.


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 handcrafted 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 donâ€TMt 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

Saturday, Sunday 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

We grow a wide variety of gourds for the gourd artist and crafter. We sell our gourds throughout the year on our farm in north Wilson County.


Southern 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

Delivering to Nashville CSA members, we also sell a wide variety of seasonal vegetables, berries, melons and herbs at Hendersonville Produce. Sign-ups are available for our 12-week winter CSA from mid-November to mid-February.

Bobbettâ€TMs

Bobbett Jascor

106 Country Way

Liberty

606-787-0926

bobbett@windstream.net

http://www.bobbettsgarlic.com

Please call ahead for availability.

I have a Certified Naturally Grown small farm and grow open-pollinated, heirloom and non-GMO fruits, garlic and vegetables.


Eric and Cher Smith

Gamaliel

270-457-BUGS

info@bugtussle.com

www.bugtusslefarm.com

We grow â€~beyond organicâ€TM vegetables and fruit. We also have a large flock of pasture-foraging laying hens, Katahdin sheep, a small herd of British White and Black Angus cattle and a few hogs. The eggs are available at our delivery spot in Nashville. Visits and sales at the farm are always welcome.


Chaneyâ€TMs 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. We also serve lunch and dinner daily.


6200 Highland Church Rd.

Highland

Monday-Saturday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The summer season includes a wide variety of produce, some fruit, jams, jellies, chow chows, honey and sorghum. This community market is served by and for the local Mennonite Community. There is no phone to call ahead for availability. Please be respectful of the community and drive slowly for children, horses and buggies.


Hill and Hollow Farm

Robin Verson and Paul Bela

8707 Breeding Rd.

Edmonton

270-432-0567

hhcsa@scrtc.com

www.hillandhollowfarm.com

Saturday 8 a.m.-Noon

Certified organic, we deliver our CSA shares and sell additional produce at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market every Saturday. In addition to a variety of sustainably grown vegetables, we have fresh herbs, cut flowers, shiitake mushrooms and other farm-fresh treats.


** Jacksonâ€TMs Orchard & Nursery, Inc.

Cathy Otis

1280 Slim Island Rd.

Bowling Green

270-781-5303

JacksonsOrchard@hughes.net

www.jacksonsorchard.com

Check the website for seasonal hours.

Our first fruits and vegetables begin mid-June. We grow peaches and apples that are picked daily and sold in our retail store. Peaches and apples are in season beginning in mid-June.


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.

Our cows are free to roam on pastures of all-natural grass. We do not use hormones or antibiotics in our cows. It is not homogenized, so you will see the cream on top. We sell at the Nashville Farmersâ€TM Market and at our farm store.


Kennyâ€TMs Farmhouse Cheese

Kenny Mattingly

2033 Thomerson Park Rd.

Austin

888-571-4029

kenny@kennyscheese.com

www.kennyscheese.com

Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

We are a farmstead business and our cheese is made naturally from the milk of our own herd; no artificial hormones are used to enhance milk production.


Knight Family Farms

Chris Knight

Scottsville

270-618-5533

jckmusic@nctc.com

www.jckfamily.com

The Knight family lives without electricity and has farmed organically with horses for more than 20 years. Occasional grass-fed beef and lamb, all raised on organic pastures. Organic sorghum for sale.


Paul and Alta Weaver

1852 Shores Rd.

Scottsville

Monday-Saturday 7 a.m.-5 p.m.

A multi-family co-op, we grow fresh fruits and vegetables using old-fashioned, sustainable farming methods. We also stock a large selection of jams and jellies, relishes, chow chow, honey, sorghum and maple syrup.


The Garden Patch

David and Esli Pelly

1085 Hayes-Smith Grove Rd.

Smiths Grove

270-563-2151

thegardenpatch@yahoo.com

www.pellyfarm.com

We are a 250-acre dairy farm with a garden shop, outbuildings with antiques and three greenhouses full of seasonal flowers, herbs and perennials.