A Bushel And A Peck Farm is a small family run farm located in Butler, TN. Our farm journey began in 2014 when we purchased our farm with the goal of being able to provide our family with the freshest, healthiest, chemical free food possible. We quickly realized we loved farming and decided to branch out to selling our produce in the community as well. We offer fresh eggs year round, and a large variety of fresh garden veggies grown with organic practices. Check out our Facebook page at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a retired couple who have been involved in gardening and crafts for most of our almost 50 years of married life. Grace loves embroidery and sewing. She makes various embroidered items such as towels, aprons and bookmarks. She also makes heavy duty pot holders that really do protect your hands! Other items she makes include quilted and or embroidered bags of all sizes and uses; snap tab items including key fobs, sanitizer and lip balm holders, and more. She makes lace and leather jewelry as well. Alan loves to do woodworking and gardening. He specializes in bird houses that are proven winners in making homes for your back yard birds. He also makes bee traps and other decorative wood items.
Five Sisters Homestead is a first generation farm that focuses on locally raised, antibiotic and hormone free practices to raise our delicious and healthy proteins. We are situated right outside the beautiful town of Damascus Virginia at the foot of Whitetop Mountain. Joe & Crystal have been married for 17 years and have been raising their 5 daughters who are active in helping care for the animals. Our meats are humanely born, raised, fed and slaughtered right here in Washington County Virginia. A majority of the feed we use is also raised right in Southwest Virginia and with our partnership with local food banks we are able to take unusable produce and/or goods and turn them into usable healthy proteins. We offer a full variety of sausage, pork chops, and other pork products. We also offer the best ground beef and steaks you'll ever eat and eggs that will leave you smiling all day.
We look forward to serving you this year.
Joel and Gina Williams live in Zionville, NC. Joel teaches theatre at Appalachian State and Gina is a theatre props artisan who has worked at many regional theatres including the Barter in Abingdon, where Joel first met her. Gina creates unique stained glass items that incorporate "found" and repurposed items that she finds during her shopping trips for props. Gina also designs and creates commissioned pieces. “Gina creates and Joel is in charge of sales.” say the Williams’s.
Nestled along the banks of Beaverdam Creek in picturesque Shady Valley Tennessee. Greiber Farm is a family owned micro-farm specializing in an unique selection of vegetables bred for their flavor and attractive appearance. At our farm we implement an integrated pest management strategy aimed at reducing the use of pesticides and impact on the environment. We strive to provide the freshest produce possible by harvesting our vegetables the night before the market.
Laureltenn Peak Farm was originally know as "theCountryGirl" when Christina started in 2012. Laureltenn Peak Farm is a local mini farm in Johnson County, who offers an assortment of handmade baked goods including artisanal breads, tarts, cookies,lemon curd, fruit spreads, local picked seasonal berries, seasonal fresh garden produce and cut flowers, Her and her girls offer handmade artisan jewelry and other crafts at the market as well.
I have been making soap and concocting salves, lotion and wellness products for over 25 years now, I premiered my products in Johnson County at the very first Farmers Market. At the time no one else was selling soap in the county that I knew of and was quickly encouraged by Market goers. People liked the names I gave my soap, " Groovy Goat" , " Nitty Gritty Dirt Bar" , "Happy Hempy" and they liked the idea of using what nature provides in my ingredients.
I have resided in Laurel Bloomery for almost 24 years where I maintain various organic herb, vegetable and flower gardens – a lot of which I utilize in my recipes. I collect the water used in my products from a spring that flows directly from the source – the ancient Appalachians. I take pride in my products and I create them with the planet in mind. I use no PALM OIL and NO PLASTIC. I reduce, reuse, and recycle in every way possible and I do my best to be a good steward. - Sharon
Our farm is currently home to a herd of Dexter cattle, a mix of rescue and draft horses, chickens, goats and soon to be sheep. I love trying new things and am always exploring ways to keep our farm sustainable. I have started a home based soap and lotion business to take advantage of all the wonderful goat milk I am blessed with from my Alpine and Nubian goats
Sweet Spring Farm is a 75 acre farm located along the TN/NC line. We have been raising heirloom varieties of fruits, vegetables and herbs and plants using organic methods since 1980. Most of our produce and herbs are started each year from home saved seed. We raise chickens and turkeys without the use of antibiotics and on pasture for meat and eggs. We also offer shares in our Angus steers, which are bred, born and raised without steroids or antibiotics on pesticide free pasture. We sell our products at the Johnson County Farmers Market or by appointment at the farm. See us on Facebook! Sweetspringfarmtn@gmail.com
or give us a call at (423) 727-9183
We are a wholesale and Choose and Cut Christmas Tree Farm, growing primarily Fraser Fir, We also have a greenhouse/ nursery operation offering vegetable plants, hanging baskets, annuals, and perennials. Visit us by appointment only. We are located in beautiful Laurel Bloomery, TN.