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Directions:

From Bowling Green:

Russellville Rd. / US-231/ US-68. Turn right onto Blue Level Rd/ KY432 (3 miles) Turn right onto Blue Level Rd. right after (End State maintenance sign). Our farm is on the left .05 miles past JB Ranch Rd. If you reach Cox Thomas Rd. you have gone 1.1 miles too far.

From Tennessee:

I-65 to Exit 20 (William Natcher pkwy) to exit 7. Turn left on Russellville Rd. / US-231/ US-68. Turn right onto Blue Level Rd./ KY432 (3 miles) Turn right onto Blue Level Rd. right after (End State maintenance sign). Our farm is on the left .05 miles past JB Ranch Rd. If you reach Cox Thomas Rd. you have gone 1.1 miles too far.

 

4 Comments
 
  1. Lora Price / October 5, 2016 at 9:12 am /Reply

    Good morning!

    Lew and I are looking forward to the dinner on October 15th in Leipers Fork. We purchased our tickets last week, but do not have the time or location.

    We do not plan to miss the upcoming meal!

    Regards,

    Lora and Lew Price

    • Debbie Apple / October 5, 2016 at 9:50 am /Reply

      Hi Lora,
      thanks so much! Dinner guests are invited to arrive at 5:30 PM for a cocktail and tour of the farm led by Jason. Dinner will begin at 6:00 PM and last until approximately 9:00 PM. You may bring your own wine. Address is 7515 Pewitt Road in Franklin, TN 37064 (between Leiper’s Fork and Fairview).

      See you there!

  2. Stacy Bee / August 22, 2016 at 2:59 pm /Reply

    Hi there! I’ve seen you guys at the Franklin Farmers Market 🙂 I am interested in buying a 1/2 beef and wondered if you sell yours that way? I like that your beef is grass fed and finished. There are so many that are grass fed and grain finished. Thank you!

    • Debbie Apple / August 23, 2016 at 10:23 am /Reply

      Hi Stacy,
      thanks so much for your note. You are right that many farms allow their cattle access to pastures but finish with 90-120 days on a grain diet to fatten them up. For over twenty years now we have been committed to raising our cattle without any grain of any kind. Our commitment to 100% grass fed cattle (and lamb) really showed itself when during a drought we had to purchase a semi truck load of organic hay from Nebraska to keep from feeding grain. We are so thankful for customers who are as committed. We couldn’t do it without you.

      We usually have a steer or two that we can sell as a whole or 1/2 steer so just keep in touch with us as we get closer to the cold weather we will let you know what we have available.

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