Farms owned and farmed by the same family for 100 years or more are Tennessee Century Farms, passed down from generation to generation.
The Tennessee Century Farms Program was created in 1975 by the Tennessee Department of Agriculture as part of our nation’s bicentennial celebration. In 1985, the Center for Historic Preservation at Middle Tennessee State University took over the program, which was originally designed and continues to be a recognition and documentary effort.
Founded in 1775, the oldest Century farm in Tennessee is the Masengill Farm in Sullivan County.
Century Farm Winery
Century Farm Winery offers free tastings, winery tours, vineyard tours, and a relaxed country atmosphere. Come enjoy the grounds and taste Century Farm Winery's award-winning wines. ...more
Donnell Century Farm
Escape inside our Corn Maze for a unique Monopoly-style scavenger hunt, complete with a turn at the Moo-lette wheel to become Farmer of the Ear, or hop on our traditional hayride to get a tractor tour of the farm. Pick out a pumpkin walk for a cupcake, and ride the barrel train. ...more
Hatcher Family Dairy and Dairy Store
Since 1831, the Hatcher Family have been custodians of the land, raising animals and running the dairy. We want to share these wonderful experiences with those who may never get a chance to see a real farm, close up and to understand how everything works. ...more
Mayfield Farm & Nursery and Mayfield-Mason Corn Maze
Our family has been farming in McMinn County since 1820, and for four generations, our dairy has represented great taste and consistent quality. We now are bringing that same commitment and dedication to bringing you the finest locally grown fruits and vegetables, fresh picked and packed with nutrition and flavor. ...more
The Farm at Hollow Springs
Located in Cannon County, Tennessee between Manchester, Woodbury and Beech Grove, this old farm offers new ideas and fun activities for families and groups to enjoy. Spend a day or spend an hour, either way you'll be sure to find entertainment and a little education during your farm visit. ...more