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Farm Guide > Listing > Windy Acres Farm

Robertson County
Farm Stand
Alfred & Carney Farris
5552 Dixon Rd.
Orlinda, TN 37141
615-654-3599
windyacresfarm@bellsouth.net
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Soft Red Winter Wheat, Feed Corn, Yellow Corn, Hairy Vetch, Feed Wheat, Soybeans, Oats, Beef, spelt, Buckwheat, Hairy Vetch, Rye
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Windy Acres Farm grows and sells certified organic non-GMO yellow corn, soft red winter wheat, clear and dark hilum soybeans, oats, spelt, buckwheat, hairy vetch, and rye. We also have certified organic, non-hybrid non-GMO open pollinated white and yellow corn. These are available at the farm in 50 lb bags or in bulk. We can mix rations of the grains to your specifications.

Windy Acres also sells grass fed beef. All beef are raised strictly on grass on certified organic pastures. None are fed grain, antibiotics, or growth hormones, nor are they routinely wormed. They are rotated frequently on diverse pastures which promote steady growth and good health with high Omega 3 fatty acids and CLA. All meat is processed by a USDA-inspected abattoir. Our cattle are British White. We offer several cuts of beef, including steaks, roasts, and ground meat.

Last modified: Sat Jan 28 2017
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