985 Franklin Rd.
Gallatin, TN 37066
We regret to inform everyone that we will not be growing vegetables this year. We are going to take the year off to allow for our soil to regain the nutrients that is needs to flourish. Due to issues with predators, our chicken flock is at the lowest level we have ever had. We are planning on restocking it in the late spring, but it takes 6 months before they start laying. We hope to see everyone in 2019.We are a small family run farm practicing organic grow methods on all our produce. Everything that we sell, we produce on our farm. We grow a large variety of fruit and vegetables. We also are planning on having free range eggs available. All our vegetables are grown from seed on our farm. We sell our products at The Hendersonville Farmers Market.
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