Tarleton Tavern Farm

At Tarleton Tavern Farm, we have a long history of hospitality and good foods going back to 1790 when the Tavern was built. At that time, the Tavern also served as the post office, stage coach stop and toll booth and was the center of the community known as White Sulphur.

These days, the farm is home to the Enlow / Richardson family and many furred and feathered friends. We still pride ourselves on our hospitality and our great produce and meats.

We invite you to enjoy the fruits of our harvest through our CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) programs, with vegetable and herb shares, beef, pork or poultry shares, eggs shares and packaged goods.

Tarleton Tavern Farm is Kentucky heritage at its' best!

Listing last updated on Jan 31, 2011

Our vegetables and herbs are naturally grown from heirloom varieties.

Our cattle are raised and finished completely on pasture with no antibiotics, steriods or growth hormones.

Our pigs are raised on trimmings from our gardens and are supplemented with organic grains. They are never given animal by-products or antibiotics.

Our chickens are free ranged on pasture. Our broilers average 6 - 7 lbs. and are sold whole. Our happy hens produce the most delicious eggs!



Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  20

Full Share:  $525.00/year

Work Req?  No




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