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The Only Local Guide To Food And Farms In Middle Tennessee - Spring 2017
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Farm Guide > Listing: Cheatham

Cheatham County
Established 1856. Named in honor of Edward S Cheatham(1818-1878), Speaker of the Senate, Tennessee. Legislature, 1855 and 1861. Cheatham County was formed by as act of Tennessee General Assembly on February 23, 1856. Land for the new county was taken from Davidson, Dickson, Montgomery and Robertson Counties.
  

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15 listing(s) for Cheatham

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Ashland City Farmers' & Artisan Market → Produce Fruit Nursery & Flowers Specialty Spreads Sweeteners Cheatham n/a
Edens' Garden Pegram → Produce Farm Stand Cheatham n/a
Happily Ever After Farm →
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Meat Dairy & Eggs Farm Stand Cheatham n/a
Hayshed Farms on Big Turnbell Creek → Fruits Produce Nursery & Flowers Herbs Farm Stand Farmers Market Cheatham n/a
Kingston Springs Farmers' Market → Produce Fruit Meat Herbs Cheatham n/a
KLD Farm →
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Meat Dairy & Eggs Farm Stand CSA Cheatham n/a
Little Marrowbone Farm →
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Nursery & Flowers Greenhouse Cheatham n/a
Malinoski Farm → Produce Farm Stand Farmers Market Cheatham n/a
Nature's Promise Farm → Fruits Produce Dairy & Eggs Specialty Farmers Market Farm Stand Cheatham n/a
No. 9 Farms →
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Fruit Herbs Produce Nursery & Cut Flowers Farm Stand PYO Cheatham n/a
Pleasant View Florist & Nursery → Nursery & Cut Flowers Farm Stand Cheatham n/a
Spring Creek Angus →
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Meat Farm Stand Cheatham n/a
Sweeter Days Farm →
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Produce Nursery & Cut Flowers Herbs Farmers Market Cheatham n/a
The Compost Company →
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Nursery & Flowers Cheatham n/a
Timbertop Farm →
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Specialty Farmers Market Farm Stand Cheatham n/a

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