615.256.6565 | 37 Rutledge St. | map it
We have been on this land in the hills of Barren County, KY since 1976 and have been making cheese with our own cows milk since 1998. We invite you to take a look around, see what we are all about, check out our online shop, and perhaps plan your next visit to our farm. We want to know about you too, so come and see us!
I strive to teach you as much as I can about your fish, how it was caught and who caught it. I pursued a master’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 Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program for sustainability ratings of your fish.
The farm is owned and operated by Caroline McDonald, a first-generation farmer from Nashville. Caroline cares deeply about quality food and sustainable growing methods, and she believes in their power to nourish people, our community, and the earth.
Jeff Poppen, also known as the Barefoot Farmer, is the owner and operator of one of the oldest and largest organic farms in Tennessee. For the past 15 years Poppen has appeared on Nashville PBS’ television program Volunteer Gardener, for over 20 years he has written a gardening column for the Macon County Chronicle
Our catfish cooks up white and flaky, with a firm texture that works well in any fish recipe. Whether grilling, broiling, baking, poaching, frying or steaming – you will find that Carolina Classics Catfish retains a mild, sweet flavor that pleases palates of all ages.
In early 2009, five farmers in Southeast Georgia gathered with the dream of resurrecting olive oil production in Georgia and the Southeast US. In 2011, Georgia Olive Farms harvested the first commercial crop of olives grown east of the Mississippi from their orchards near Lakeland, Georgia.