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Gourmet Mushrooms

At Twin Bridge Farm we grow several varieties of gourmet mushrooms including Pioppino, Bears head, Chestunts, Blue, Phoenix, and Golden Oysters to name a few. You will find our mushrooms at many of the top restaurants in Nashville.

We also grow medicinal mushrooms.  Reishi, Maitake, Shiitake and Lions mane have some amazing benefits and  are a great addition to your diet and overall health.

If you're interested in our mushroom products, you'll find us at the Dickson, Bellevue and Clarksville Farmers markets. Check out our Facebook link below for specific times and locations.

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Rescue mules

We've began to convert our pastures into safe havens for our three rescue mules.

Ruby, Waylon and Willie can be found roaming the property - eating, drinking and living their best life. They are leaning to ride, and one day in the future may pull a cart. Their singing is pretty interesting when it's feeding time.

BTW, 'stubborn as a mule' is real!

AirBnB

We have a 1100 square foot cottage on the farm available for guests.  It's a 2 bedroom 1 bath totally renovated space.  The views of the woods and stream are great. This is a working farm, so don't be surprised if a chicken sings after laying an egg, or our mules greet you when you come and go.

Kentucky Lake is 5 minutes away with great fishing and boating. Loretta Lynn's ranch is within 20 miles and Nashville is just over an hour. If you're looking for some rest and relaxation, this the the place for you.

All reservations are handled thru AirBNB.  Simply click this link and enjoy your stay!

Click here to book your stay on the farm
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Vineyard

Over one acre on a perfect hill behind the house has been transformed into a vineyard. Cabernet, Merlot and Cab Franc are the grapes we've chosen in a hope to create our own Tennessee version of a Bordeaux blend.

150 plants went in the ground in spring 2020 and with a little luck we'll be stomping grapes in 2022 to create our first vintage.  That is if slugs, Japanese beetles, fungus, deer or other pests don't get them first.

Cheers!