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CSA, PYO, farm stand, farmers market
Brian and Stephanie Oaks
1403 Little Marrowbone Rd.
Ashland City, TN 37015
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Season: All Year - (In season now)
What's here: (Click for recipes) Strawberries, Raspberries, Medicinal Herbs, Vegetable Plants, Dried Herbs, Herbal Teas, Edible Flowers
No. 9 Farms is a non-certified organic farm that specializes in culinary and medicinal herbs, edible blossoms, berries, specialty fruits and vegetables, and eggs. To the public we offer a 24-week CSA program and weekly produce bags during the rest of the year. Our CSA shares include herbs, eggs, fruits and vegetables, fresh cut flowers, and weekly recipes. Most of our produce can be enjoyed at restaurants in greater Nashville area. Our value-added products such as herbal teas and blended salts can be purchased on our Etsy store. During the summer months you can find us at the Ashland City Farmers Market. Throughout the year we offer food preservation and cooking classes, as well as organic gardening classes, at the farm.

We also have an Air BnB if you would like to get away and spend some time in the woods!

Last modified: Fri Jun 14 2019
We do our best to keep this guide accurate, but farming is a dynamic occupation, things change fast. It is a good idea to call and verify any of the information in this guide before you plan a trip to a farm. Also, please be considerate. The farms in this guide are working farms as well as residences in many cases. If you think of yourself more as a valued guest than a customer you'll have a great experience.

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