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Help support local farms and the future of farming!

In an effort to get our farm to the next level and and help train up a new generation of farmers, we have started a Kickstarter project! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/800089012/micro-dairy-teaching-farm Help us help the future!

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Gardening vs. farming

Had a great talk with a guy at the farmers market the other day.  He has been gardening for a couple of years, and wants to sell at farmers market. It got me thinking about how we got started, what … Continue reading

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2013 SHARES STILL AVAILABLE!

Good news-we still have shares available for the 2013 CSA Season! We also have goat and cow milk shares!

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2012 CSA Over-Sign up for 2013! Save 10%!

As the 2012 CSA season winds down, there is no time like the present to sign up for our 2013 CSA. Anyone who pays for a full or 2/3 share will receive 10% off any purchases at Farmers Market (Cookeville … Continue reading

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Still have a few shares available!

In answer to your many inquiries, YES! We still have a few CSA shares available! As is often the case, the spring weather brings out the veggie lover in all of us, and this year is no exception. We would … Continue reading

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Shares Available-Finally!

After the craziest season we’ve ever had, the goats are back in full production and we have shares available! If you are one of the many who asked to be put on a waiting list, please email us fallcreekfarms@gmail.com.  If … Continue reading

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Winter arrives

Almost always, the first week in January is the coldest week of the year, and it looks like this year will be no exception.  Since our house is nowhere near finished, it will probably be a cold couple of weeks! … Continue reading

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Getting ready to get ready.

It seems like much of what we do on the farm is “getting ready to get ready.”  There is so much prep work required just to be ready to a job.  I remember reading a woodworking book to learn how … Continue reading

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2011 CSA is over-2012 here we come!

Well, as one old farmer told us, “If you can grow this year, you can grow any year.”  The coldest, wettest spring anyone could remember, followed by one of the worst droughts in history.  A killing frost on May 5, … Continue reading

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Summertime

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