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The Only Local Guide To Food And Farms In Middle Tennessee - Spring 2017
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Marshall County
Marshall County is located in Middle Tennessee, one of the state's three "Grand Divisions." Formed in 1836 from Maury, Lincoln, and Bedford counties. In 1870, a part of Giles County was also added. Marshall County was named in honor of John Marshall, chief justice. The southern part of the county consists of fertile valleys and hills; the northern part is mostly level. It is drained by the Duck River. The county seat is Lewisburg, named for Meriwether Lewis.
  

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5 listing(s) for Marshall

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Andrews Spring Farm → Nursery & Flowers Marshall n/a
Diamond 5 Farms →
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Meat Sweetener Online Farm Stand Marshall n/a
Forgie's Fruit Farm →
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Fruit PYO Farm Stand Marshall n/a
Henry Horton State Park Farmers Market →
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Produce Fruit Specialty Dairy & Eggs Farmers Market Marshall n/a
Marshall County Farmers' Market →
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Produce Fruit Nursery & Flowers Sweeteners Specialty Spreads Farmers Market Marshall n/a

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