Spring is a time of new growth. If you stop by one of our fields scattered along either side of the Tennessee/Kentucky state line in April, you will find rows of bright green ribbons emerging from the soil through a thick mat of fodder or mulch left from last year’s crop. This biological material is working hard helping to prevent soil erosion, preserve moisture, build organic matter, and sequester carbon. We believe in the least amount of soil disturbance possible to get our non-GMO seeds into the ground and growing. This allows us to harvest and deliver a sustainable product that you can be sure left a minuscule environmental footprint. We offer our locally cleaned corn in 50-pound bags, 2,500-pound bulk bags, and bulk delivery up to 50,000 pounds.
Soft Red Winter Wheat
Winter wheat is somewhat unique to our region and provides a glimpse of beauty during the grey winter months. A lush carpet of green blankets what would be a brown, barren surface throughout the winter. In late spring, it begins to dry and create those “amber waves of grain.” Our farm has been growing mill-quality wheat since the 1990’s when we adopted the intensive wheat management practice from Europe. Our wheat is cleaned and offered in 50-pound bags, 2,500-pound bulk bags, and bulk delivery up to 50,000 pounds.