Hayshed Farms is located on fertile, creek bottom land. Farming is done the old-fashioned way, by rotating crops, planting what grows best in soil that has been carefully nurtured and selecting varieties of plants that do well in our environment. In addition to more traditional row-cropping, Hayshed Farms is a place for people to experience a sustainable way of life in action. Throughout the farm, there are various recycled and repurposed projects that our visitors will encounter. We see these as educational platforms through which we can talk with our guests about responsible stewardship of land and natural resources. We also offer several agritourism programs that the public can enjoy with us.
Part of the farm is land that has been in the Liles Family for decades, and more was added after the big flood of 2010. The hayshed, a magnificent pole barn that sits overlooking the creek stands as a landmark for the local fisherman; when they wanted to get together and fish for some red horse and suckers in the spring, they’d say, “Meet me at the hayshed.”
The hayshed was built by the Welch family, the previous owners, who farmed the land for hay while raising Tennessee walking horses for many decades. The creek meanders through the farm and empties into the Harpeth River at a point known as “The Mouth of Turnbull” to the locals and tourists that float the river.
Currently, the land is a working farm raising row crops, blackberries, herbs, flowers and seasonal vegetables while als
1514 Kingston Springs Road, Kingston Springs, TN 37082
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
The farm is open Thursday through Sunday by appointment only. Hours vary by season. For scheduled events open to the public, check out their calendar.
Oct 29, 2020
Oct 15 - Oct 31, 2020
Oct 09 - Oct 31, 2020
Oct 02 - Oct 31, 2020
Oct 31, 2020
Oct 13 - Nov 05, 2020
Nov 14, 2020
Nov 19, 2020
Oct 31 - Nov 28, 2020
Dec 09, 2020