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
Along with her famous home-made fudge, Carolyn hand makes beautiful scarves, home decor, and other crafts. Her items are always unique and always great quality!
Diane Darocha’s handmade pottery, magnets, crafts, with occasional baked goodies, hand made candies, and truffles.
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.
Ted & Janie Gentry have an amazing black walnut tree and locals love them! Ted hand cracks and shells each one and sells them bagged and ready to eat or use in your own baked goods. Janie's cakes are available by the slice or whole and she always welcomes custom pre-orders.
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.
Harbin Hill Farms, located three miles west of Mountain City and 1/2 mile up from Highway 67. Focusing on the intensive production of organically grown fruits and vegetables, we also have an apiary, Recently approved as "Certified Naturally Grown". We currently have three "Hoop Houses", a small orchard, and about 1/2 acre of row crops. Facebook.com/harbinhillfarms.
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Our motto is "Keep It Simple" and that's just how we run our farm. You will find locally grown fresh produce straight from our family farm to your table.
We are a new organic produce farm focusing on heirloom varieties of delicious vegetables such as onions, tomatoes, lettuce, peppers, eggplant, kale, spinach, chard, radishes, beets, cabbage, collard greens, mustard greens, parsnips, beans, carrots, potatoes, and microgreens. Fruits on our farm include unique raspberry and black berry varieties, mulberries, exotic figs, and currants. We also have an array of culinary and medicinal herbs such as basil varieties, cilantro varieties, parsley varieties, sage, mints, lemon balm, lemon verbena, and more.
Beef, Lamb, Molasses, “Malcom's Madness”, and Baked Goodies.
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.
We are a Mountain City, Tn. homestead, where we roast delicious coffee and milk Jersey cows. Fresh coffee and cream is a staple here. We roast our coffee in small batches weekly to provide you (and us) with the freshest cup of coffee possible. We sell fair trade & natural farmed & organic farmed coffee. Fair trade gives an honest and fair price to the coffee grower so they can enjoy a good life for their family. We also have matured, humanely raised pork.
Robin offers her homemade jams, jellies, essential oil diffuser jewelry, photo cards and other crafts with a friendly smile. You can usually find her near her daughter and son-in-law’s family business, Old Beech Mountain Farm.
Variety of indoor house plants available during the outdoor market season.