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Farm Guide > Listing > Bradley Kountry Acres & Greenhouse

Sumner County
Farm Stand, PYO
Mike and Cathy Bradley
650 Jake Link Road
Cottontown, TN 37048
615-325-2836
cathy@bradleykountryacres.com
www.bradleykountryacres.com
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Season: April - October
Days: Monday - Sunday
What's here: (Click for recipes) Strawberries, Blackberries, Pumpkins, Bedding Plants, Mums, Ferns, Tomatoes, Peaches, Yellow Squash, Cucumbers, Harvest Decorations, Gourds
As with any farming operation, changes must come. In 1996 after milking grade A dairy cows for more than thirty years, we decided to sell our dairy herd and move on to other farm enterprises. We planted our first crop of pick-your-own strawberries that year and in 1997 opened our first greenhouse for bedding plants. Since then we’ve added two additional greenhouses, increased our strawberry crop to five acres and have available other fruit and vegetable crops.

Springtime brings our strawberry season. We open for picking mid-April and stay open until the mid-June. We’re open Monday thru Saturday, 7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Sunday, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. (Of course, this is subject to weather conditions and availability of strawberries.) We have four strawberry varieties to choose from for picking. These include Sweet Charlie, Chandler, Darselect and Earliglow. We also have a large selection of spring bedding plants, hanging baskets, and Boston ferns. 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.

In the fall we have all kinds of pumpkins, gourds and Fall Harvest decorations.

We host our annual Spring Open House the first Sunday in May and invite everyone out to the farm.






Last modified: Mon May 8 2017
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