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Organic Gardening

It’s Time to Think About Garlic!

Red Chesnok and Early Red Italian are Our Favorites We have planted many different types of garlic to see which ones produce the largest cloves and have the best flavor (at least in our opinion). Red Chesnok and Early Red Italian have done the best for us in our zone and with our type of … Continue reading »

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Thornless Blackberry Plants Coming Soon!

The Blackberries at Tickiwoo Farm are Ready to Pick Whoever came up with Thornless Blackberries deserves a big hand of applause as far as we are concerned!

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Sunny & Sizzling Farmers Market

Kudos for Our Eggs The temperature at the market on June 4th was in the 90’s, but the patrons were undaunted by the heat. Once again, we were tickled pink to see familiar faces returning to buy our eggs in spite of the sizzling weather. One man in particular remarked that he had been unable … Continue reading »

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Tickiwoo Farm Rocks the Farmers’ Market

Our first Farmers Market experience at Market Square in Knoxville, TN this past Saturday (May 7th) was, in a word, joyful! What a wonderful way to get started on our new venture!
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Life is Good!

Pastured Poultry Our poultry breeds here at Tickiwoo Farm include Light Sussex, Cuckoo Marans, Australorp, Ameraucana, Wheaten Marans, Wyandotte, Delaware, Welsummer, Golden comet, and Black sex-link. These birds are raised on pasture with electric net fencing to protect them from predators.

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