All Year - (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Eggs
, Duck Eggs, honey
Giving Thanks Farm is a family owned and operated farm specializing in pastured-raised, non-GMO heritage birds including chicken and duck eggs.
Our birds are on chemical-free pasture daily, eating all the bugs and grasses they can consume. We supplement their diet with a locally milled, non-GMO feed that is free of antibiotics, added hormones, and animal by-products.
Seasonally we have honey and wild blackberries. All of our hives are on-property managed without any chemicals or pesticides. We have limited quantities of wild flower and blackberry honey available. All honey is minimally filtered, never heated and packaged in glass jars. Our blackberries are situated across about 8 acres and grow wild. We never use any chemicals. Available seasonally fresh and also in our jams.
Customers can place an order by emailing us, calling us or texting. We offer on-farm pick up and have a delivery route in the Nashville area.
We also invite you to tour our farm- just call us to make an appointment!
Check us out on Facebook, Instagram and our web page.
Last modified: Thu Jun 20 2019
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