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Farm Guide > Listing > Walnut Hills Farm

Sumner County
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Doug and Sue Bagwell
6635 Highway 231N
Bethpage, TN 37022
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Beef, Pork, Chicken, Eggs
Nestled in the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee, we specialize in sustainable practices for raising beef, chicken, pork, and eggs. Animals are raised on grass without use of antibiotics or steroids. Additionally, no herbicides, chemical fertilizers or pesticides are used on the farm.

Beef is Tennessee Certified Natural and is lean, tender and dry-aged for optimal flavor and tenderness. We carry a wide variety of cuts, as well as a line of flavorful Beef Italian Sausage and Beef Bratwurst.

Chickens are bred and raised in the Label Rouge tradition for exceptional flavor and texture. Walnut Hills Farm Pork comes in a variety of cuts as well as cured bacon and hickory-smoked pork links. Rich, flavorful chicken eggs are a product of our free-ranging hens.

We are representing Fred’s Alaskan Seafood in the Nashville area. Wild caught, sustainable practices from Alaska to Nashville. Salmon, Cod, Halibut and King Crab bites will be our initial offering.

Walnut Hills Farm meats are available at the Nashville Farmers Market on Saturday and Sunday. (Saturdays year-round), and Vanderbilt Farmers Market (when in session).

Meats are sold by-the-piece, by CSA, bulk freezer quantities, from our
on-farm stand, or through: or our new

Last modified: Sun Feb 11 2018
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