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The Barefoot Farmer

Red Boiling Springs, TN

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 it’s own feed and fertilizer needs. We’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.

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Field of Dreams Farm

Watertown, TN

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.

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Benton’s Country Hams

Madisonville, TN

Benton’s Smoky Mountain Country Hams are slow cured using salt, brown sugar, and sodium nitrite and typically aged 9-10 months, though hams are available 1 year and older. This time-honored practice dates back to the era of our forefathers, when the preparation and preservation of meat was a way of life and sustenance.

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Positiffitea

Chattanooga, TN

Positiffitea is an artisan tea company that hand blends, small batch, high quality loose leaf herbal teas. We only blend with organic ingredients and try and support fair-trade as much as possible.

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Bear Creek Farm

Leipers Fork, TN

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.

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Bells Bend Farms

Nashville, TN

The Bells Bend Neighborhood Farms are four farms in the community of Scottsboro/Bells Bend in Northwest Davidson County, Tennessee. The farms are only 15 minutes from Nashville, but the area has remained rural and agricultural due to the absence of a bridge to cross the Cumberland River and enter the area.

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LUNCH: 11am-2pm Mon-Fri
BRUNCH: 10am-2pm Sat and Sun
DINNER: 5-10 Sun-Thurs
DINNER: 5-11 Fri-Sat

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615-256-6565
37 Rutledge St.
Nashville, TN 37210
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