Cloud 9 Ranch

We are a small operation growing a variety of fresh vegetables, We are constantly expanding, learning from and sharing our farm with the local community.

We originally started Cloud 9 Ranch as a horse farm (hence the "ranch"). Since the horse market has taken a bad hit, we have decided not to breed our horses and had to look for alternative ways to help make our property more productive. The next natural step was gardening.

We currently have walnuts available. These have been harvested off our property, dried in the barn, and we are now shelling them. This process is being done by hand, and I love sitting in front of the tv watching my favorite shows in the evening, getting orders ready to ship. Please feel free to contact us to place your order today.

We are currently serving a few members of our community with eggs, and are also looking to increase our chickens so that we can bring you farm fresh eggs year round. We will keep you posted on our progress and let you know when we are able to open the sales of our eggs up to the public.

We currently grow the "average" vegetables, and are learning more about what we can offer our customers to help them eat more healthy.

Our growing list for 2012 Season include: Wild Blackberries, Strawberries, Tomatoes ~ Cherry, Better Boys, Lettuce, Onions, Peppers ~ Green, Jalapeno, Red and Yellow Yellow Squash Zucchini, Cushaw (Tennessee Sweet Potato), Pumpkin

We are always expanding the growing list. All are naturally grown with a touch of love. No harsh chemicals are used in our production.

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Listing last updated on Nov 25, 2011

We are currently planning our garden for 2012, and look forward to serving you!



Schedule and Location:

Greene County Fairgrounds
Saturdays 8 AM - 1 PM and Wednesday 3 PM-6PM

Schedule and Location:

Call ahead and we will open the gate for you. We are usually around to serve our customers, though we may be out back picking berries, or working somewhere out of site.

423-972-1263 Michelle (if no answer, leave a message, I usually return calls pretty quick)



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