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Cheatham County
farmers market
Todd Bentley
Ashland City, TN 37015
615-933-9328
770-539-1277
sweeterdaysfarm@gmail.com
www.sweeterdaysfarm.com/
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
Days: Saturday
Hours: 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
What's here: (Click for recipes) Cut Flowers, Herbs
Sweeter Days Farm is nestled on an old goat farm 45 minutes Northwest of Nashville in the rolling hills of Ashland City. We are proud to be Certified Naturally Grown (NO GMOs, NO synthetic fertilizers, NO synthetic herbicides/pesticides). Our passion is supplying ecologically grown vegetables, flowers and herbs at affordable prices to our local community! We strive to produce the tastiest and most nutrient dense foods possible by promoting biological activity in our soils. We sell at the Clarksville Downtown Market and have pop-up markets at retail locations throughout Nashville. Visit our website www.sweeterdaysfarm.com to sign up for availability lists and upcoming markets! We love to eat the food we grow and know you will too!

Last modified: Wed Apr 26 2017
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