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The goal of the Long Hungry Creek Farm is to grow the highest quality farm products possible, while enjoyably developing an economically viable, aesthetically pleasing and humus-rich farm which remains relatively independent regarding itâ€™s own feed and fertilizer needs. Weâ€™d like to continue researching ways to do this and to demonstrate and promote the idea that such a farm is a valuable and beneficial addition to the landscape and atmosphere of the 21st century.
Bear Creek Farm, a sustainable grass-fed, grain-finished cattle farm, raises all-natural Angus beef in a responsible and humane way. We rely on outstanding genetics and Certified Humane practices to produce healthy, tasty beef without the use of hormones or antibiotics.
Field of Dreams Farm is a family operated farm committed to producing delicious and healthful meats and eggs for Nashville and the surrounding areas. We use no chemicals on our farm allowing all our livestock and poultry to benefit from our fertile pastures, rich in nutrients.
At Wedge Oak Farm, we work in conjunction with the natural environment and the human-made aspects of our 100 year-old family farm, to create a dynamic and healthy place for animals and vegetables to flourish.
I strive to teach you as much as I can about your fish, how it was caught and who caught it. I pursued a masterâ€™s degree in aquaculture from Kentucky State University so I am big into making sure your fish are caught in an environmentally friendly manner and refer often to Monterrey Bay Aquariumâ€™s Seafood Watch Program for sustainability ratings of your fish.
It was over 40 years ago when Col. Tom Givan and Dr. Sam Woods realized the need for good, old-fashioned cured country hams in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The two were reminiscing about coming home, getting into Mama Vic’s cabinet, and eating cold biscuits stuffed with Old Doc’s country ham. Col. Givan and Dr. Woods longed for someone in Murfreesboro to cure hams the way they did in the old days.