OUR 100 ACRE FARM IN MIDDLE TN IS NOW UP FOR SALE! Here you can live in the country and raise nearly ALL of your own food, yet be close enough to a town to work, see doctors, or sell your produce. Located 17 miles from Dickson or Clarksville and 40 miles (on a nice commute route) from Nashville. There are 100 beautiful acres, the perfect mix of flats, ridges, and hollers. Is is evenly divided into pasture or tillable acreage, and woodlands. It is bordered by a year-round creek on one side and 2 large-acreage farms on the other. There is a year-round spring that feeds a stocked catfish/bluegill/bass pond. There are fruit trees and blue berries and the bottomland grows amazing gardens. About 30 acres is field-fenced for raising sheep/goats/cattle and there is a stock barn and 4 ton silo. As we have sold all the livestock the pasture is currently in soybeans to maintain greenbelt. Old tobacco barns have been converted for raising meat rabbits with 110 total cages, heated automatic watering systems and electricity to all barns. The back part of the property is secluded woodland mixed with small fields and a pond available for wildlife. It is a hunter's dream with abundent deer, wild turkey, rabbits, squirrles, dove, and quail. Survivalists or "preppers" could build their own retreat right on their own place. The house is older and needs some remodeling but has good woodheat and propane stoves. It has a fenced yard, nice porches, outdoor jacoosi, and a shop as well as other outbuildings. There is a second housesite with electric and septic.
WORKING MOTHER/DAUGHTER LIVESTOCK GUARD DOG TEAM FREE TO LOVING HOME!
These are experienced sheep guarding dogs 5 and a bit over 6 years old. They are also good around horses, free roaming chickens, rabbits, ducks, cats, and other dogs (at least those that they don't consider a threat). They should be a good training team for a new young LGD. They would transition fairly easily to guarding goats or cattle if needed. They will bark (and even growl) at strangers, but are extremely loving to work with once they consider you "part of the family". They are both spayed. Once we added these two to our farm - the coyotes moved OUT! We did not feel right about selling such loyal animals, so are offering them free to anyone who will treat them well and needs them. They sure do miss their sheep!
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
Please go to the page below to access information on our equipment for sale. We have lots of general farm equipment such as corn planters, bush hogs, manure spreaders, hay spears, sprayers, plows, disks, harrows, wood splitters, rock rakes, and blades. We have a lot of animal equipment as well such as bunk feeders, goat or sheep tilt table, goat, sheep, or hog scale, port-a-hut animal shelters, and adjustable goat or sheep loading chute. In addition, we also have a large inventory of bee equipment for 8 or 10 frame hives, as well as honey extractors, wax melters and the like.
Click on the button to the left for our location and how to contact us regarding farm equipment for sale, animal equipment for sale, livestock guard dogs for sale or the farm itself for sale. We are also happy to correspond by e-mail with our former customers or those who are looking for a little advice about getting started with rabbits.
We have farm equipment, livestock equipment, bee equipment, livestock guard dogs (LGD) for sale. Check it out! Great savings for you. Keep coming back - things will be added and subtracted periodically. We might have just what you need.
Informational page on raising rabbits commercially, sustainable agriculture, getting started with rabbits, and the human health benefits of eating rabbit. Note: we have sold ALL of our rabbit breeding stock and are no longer offering rabbit meat for sale. This page is for information and reference only.
More detailed information on the farm is located by clicking on the left. To the right is pictured the spring-fed catfish pond. Not only a source of food, it is a beautiful place to sit of an evening and enjoy the peace and solitude of the country.
This Web Site updated 08/02/15