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Farm Guide > Listing > Valley Home Farm

Bedford County
Farm Stand, PYO
Bobby and Janet Potts
310 Potts Rd.
Wartrace, TN 37183
931-389-6470
valleyhomefarm@bellsouth.net
www.valleyhomefarm.com
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Season: April - July
Days: Monday-Sunday
Hours: 7-7 p.m., 12 noon-5 p.m.
What's here: (Click for recipes) Strawberries, Strawberry Cakes, Strawberry Pies, Strawberry Breads, Frozen Strawberry Honey Pops, Strawberry Ice Cream, Strawberry Jam, Peach Jam, Wild Blackberry Jams, Blueberries, Blackberry, Tomatoes, onions, Blueberry Ice Cream
Always call first for availability.

Farm fresh strawberries, early variety blueberries and blackberries are available daily in season at Valley Home Farm. Berries are available pre-picked or you can pick-your-own in clean fields with raised beds and no pesticides. Family-friendly, children are welcome. The first two weeks of May are peak strawberry season.

Blueberry season begins early June and runs mid-July. Blackberries start in early July through mid-July.

Our goal is to have fresh strawberries, blueberries and blackberries waiting for you but you can always call ahead to check availability due to weather (or to order cakes ahead) 931-389-6470.

Also available from our own farm kitchen enjoy fresh strawberry cakes, breads, award-winning strawberry jam, strawberry ice cream and our own Strawberry Honey Pops. Farm fresh raw local honey is available most of the season from the Valley Home bee yard.

We’re open 7 days a week in season 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Mon.-Sat. and 1-5 on Sundays. We’re easy to find just 10 minutes from I-24, Exit 97 (Wartrace/Beechgrove/Bell Buckle).

Last modified: Mon Feb 20 2017
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