May - October
What's here: (Click for recipes) Blueberries
, Free Range Eggs, Lettuce
, Swiss Chard
, Spring Peas, Green Beans
, Summer Squash
, Winter Squash
, Bok Choy
, Cherry Tomatoes
, Hot Peppers, Okra
We, Cher and Eric Smith, along with our children, live and farm on 170 acres of half open, half forest land in the beautiful hills and hollows of southern Kentucky, just one mile from the Tennessee border.This is our 12th Anniversary offering three acres of beyond 'organic' vegetables which supplies our Nashville CSA members with 30-35 weeks of Spring, summer, fall and winter shares. We have a large flock of Katahdin sheep, a small herd of British White & Black Angus cattle, and a few hogs - all pasture fed. Currently our meat products will only be available to our CSA members. Visits and sales at the farm are always welcome.
We deliver and sell at the Richland Park Farmers' Market.
We offer a full range of produce and berries using biodynamic and organic growing practices.
Last modified: Tue Jan 17 2017
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