Shiloh Farm

Shiloh Farm is a small, family run farm. We grow quality pesticide-and-chemical-free vegetables and herbs, many being heirloom varieties. We also offer lamb shares from our pasture raised Katahdin lambs.

Our goal is to provide our family and our customers with the healthiest and tastiest produce and meat possible, using natural & sustainable farming practices.

Our lambs are traditionally raised in their natural environments on green pastures without the use of antibiotics, hormones or artificial ingredients. We are taking orders now for whole and half freezer lambs that will be ready in December. Please email us at to place an order.

We sell directly from our farm. Please call us first to make sure we are here and to check availability.

John and Angela Plunkett 13370 Hwy 193 Williston, TN 38076



Listing last updated on Jun 7, 2013

With the rainy Spring, our produce is a little behind schedule. We should have spring/summer veggies available soon. Contact us to check our status.

Visit to purchase handmade items made on our farm.

Schedule and Location:

Shiloh Farm
13370 Hwy 193
Williston, TN 38076

Monday - Saturday, 9-5
Call and let us know you are coming.

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If you want to cook healthy but don't have the time to spend in the kitchen then try this. The first thing In the morning take balls of aluminum foil and place In the bottom of a large slow cooker, Sit the pasture raised whole chicken on top of the balls making sure it does not touch the bottom of the pan.... [more]

Just met Angela and her family this past weekend & they are fantastic!! We purchased our 1st whole chicken and prepared it, just like she advised me to & it came out GREAT!! They are what it's all about, sharing our love for farm fresh local food.... [more]

i purchased a turkey and 2 boiler hens in december and they were delicious! the drive out to shiloh farm is beautiful and the difference between a locally raised, grass fed poultry product and supermarket poultry is like night and day.... [more]

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