Locally Owned. Locally Grown.


We produce various types of lettuce, kale, arugula, radishes, cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, corn, carrots and beets. We are also home of the Farmers’ Market Podcast. 

+1 864-308-6199

Why We Grow

You Should Know What You Eat


How your food is grown.

More than knowing the price of the food you’re buying is important. Ask questions about the food you buy. Knowledge is power.


Where your food is grown.

Local is better. It’s not just a catch phrase there is actually a lot of science behind it. It’s a good idea to know where your food is sourced.


Why your food is grown.

Understanding why your food was produced will give you some more details into the quality of your food. 

Amanda, Collin, and Stefan

A Few Words About Us

The phrase “to live your dream” could never be more true than it is today.

Ask my family and they would tell you that they would have never guessed I would eventually live on a farm, grow my own food, and sell to others at a farmers’ market. It’s true, this was not something I thought about until later in life but God has a funny way of course correcting your ideas and plans. I’m just glad I was aware enough to get out of my own way. Sometimes, you and what you think are the plans for your life, are often the things that get in the way of what God has in store for you 🙂 

This Is Why

You Should Choose Us

100% Naturally Grown

We use non-gmo seeds, grow in a sustainable way, and only use safe and organic practices when we grow our food.

Quality Services

Treat others as you would want to be treated. I grew up in a military family and live in the south. Courtesy. Respect. Love. It's how we roll around the farm.

Affordable Pricing

We are not a Walmart. We charge a fair price for the work we do. If you want food from a far away place, grown by people you don't know, at dirt-cheap prices...you know where to go.

48+ Years of Experience in Life and Living

We are extremely humbled to help our customers with their food, their health, and their lives. 

Some of Our

Recent Projects

Winter growing in an unheated “hoop house.” Not the easiest thing to do when you’re trying to feed people and animals.