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Farm Guide > Listing > Bottle Hollow Farm

Bedford County
Farmers market
Mark Murphy
PO Box 2072
Shelbyville, TN 37160
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Season: April - October (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Tomatoes, Peppers, Beans, Peas, Okra, Corn, Edamane, Sweet Corn, Cucumbers, Cornmeal
We're a family farm located in the beautiful rolling hills of Bedford County, Tennessee. Bottle Hollow Farm grows high-quality garden produce that's sold directly to local customers. Look for our booth at farmers' markets in Murfreesboro and Shelbyville. We also welcome the opportunity to supply local chefs, restaurants and groceries.
All of our produce is grown right here on the farm with organic methods, without the use of chemical fertilizers or synthetic pesticides.
We specialize in growing a wide range of tomatoes and peppers; plus beans, peas, okra, corn, cucumbers and more. You'll also love our unique items like edamame and fresh-ground heirloom cornmeal.
We strive to deliver classic, old-time garden flavor by selecting the best vegetable varieties (including many heirlooms), delivered fresh for peak quality and taste.
Visit BottleHollowFarm.com for more information on our farming practices, environmental stewardship, crop profiles and more.
"Like" our Facebook page (@BottleHollowFarm) for timely produce and market updates.
Enjoy and celebrate fresh, healthy & delicious local food!

Last modified: Mon Jan 29 2018
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