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The Only Local Guide To Food And Farms In Middle Tennessee - Spring 2017
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Russ Clark
1933A Chicken Rd.
Lebanon, TN 37090
615-286-4455
615-772-1752
sherlene@rsranch.net, russ@rsranch.net
www.rsranch.net
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Soap, Chicken, Eggs, Jams, Jellies, Pork
We grow and process all the herbs and other botanicals that are used to make the hand-crafted soaps we offer year round. We offer fresh herbs in season and dried year-round. We had such a bumper crop from our gardens that we are also selling the extra canned goods we have put up. Old time favorites like Green Tomato Relish, Chow-Chow, Kosher Dill pickles and Sweet cucumber relish. We also have a wide variety of sweet things in a jar like Pear Marmalade, Three Pepper Jelly, Apple and Pumpkin Butters. We are excited to be a part of the Market on the Square in Murfreesboro again this year. The Saturday morning market starts in June and we plan to be there every Saturday through to the end of October when the market closes for the year. Our eggs are sold off the farm in Lebanon, at the Murfreesboro Farmers Market and to Nashville customers who pre-order and can pick up in the Metro Center area. We also offer chickens year round for meat that are raised on the same diet as our laying hens. We are completing the Certified Naturally Grown and UT Food Safety certifications. The vineyard and orchard are in and starting to produce so we are able to offer more of those products.

This year we will have goats to sell for meat and milk. The milk will be used in our soaps and cheeses. Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/pages/RS-Ranch/151919081526201

Last modified: Tue May 3 2016
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