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Rosie Belle Farm is located on 65 acres tucked in the rolling hills of beautiful Middle Tennessee. The farm house and outbuildings were constructed in 1894 and the Farmer and his Wife consider themselves stewards of the land and the animals inhabiting it. The Farm is home to dairy goats, heritage hogs, sheep, cows, meat hens, laying hens, twelve rescue dogs, a rescue horse, fruit trees and seasonal gardens. The Farmer believes in the importance of farming naturally, using true input-free, organic methods to produce food the way Nature intended. The animals roam the farm together peaceably...sheep and goats frolic alongside chickens and dogs and pigs and cows. There was a time, not so long ago, when folks knew their local farmer, ate the best of what was seasonably available, and enjoyed a variety of natural, chemical-free fruits, vegetables, meat eggs, and milk.
Last modified: Mon Jan 30 2017
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