Brentwood TN CSA AND MEAT DELIVERY - Brentwood TN SUBSCRIPTION FARM

Southern Ridge Farm is a 180 acre grass-fed meat farm located in the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee. Our goal is to be your local provider of healthy, tasty, nutritious farm products! ​

Get The Meat You Want Every Month

Southern Ridge Farm is known for our incredibly tasty meat. What’s our secret? Treat the animals you raise with dignity. If you’ve only shopped at grocery stores, its time to go from taste-quaintances to taste buddies. Your mouth will thank you.

About Southern Ridge Farm CSA

We are a true family farm with all of our children engaged as principal operators in some aspect of the business. We currently sell grass-fed beef and lamb, with the addition of pork and pasture raised chicken coming soon. Our goal is to be your local provider of healthy, tasty, nutritious farm products! We recognize the importance of knowing what goes into the food that we produce for our customers and we pride ourselves in supplying you with top quality products. Because we know that you place a high value on buying locally grown and traceable foods, we go the extra step to exceed your expectations. We are located at 1793 Theta Pike, Columbia, Tennessee.

Live in Brentwood TN? Come See Us at The Local Farmer's Market

If you’re at one of the following Farmer’s Markets, you should say hey to Caleb!

Farmer’s Markets:

Spring Hill, TN
Spring Hill City Hall, 199 Town Center Parkway, lower parking lot

Franklin, TN
2090 Oxford Glen, Franklin

Murfreesboro, TN
Rutherford County Farmers Market, 315 John R. Price Blvd, Murfreesboro

Nashville, TN
Richland Park Farmers Market, 4711 Charlotte Ave, Nashville

Columbia, TN
Columbia Farmers Market, Carter St, Columbia

Pick your Meat for your local Brentwood TN CSA

FAQ

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. CSA members pay one month in advance for a share of the farm’s production.

Southern Ridge Farm pioneered the free choice, full diet model.
Full diet means the share includes any cuts of beef, pork, chicken, and seafood available. For
members who are dedicated to cooking fresh, local, healthy, and sustainable meat, the share
provides enough food in enough variety to make the grocery store obsolete. Free choice means
that instead of receiving a share that has been packed for you with things you may or may not
use, you can choose any quantity or combination of items each month.
The exception to that rule are premium grill meat — Ribeyes, NY Strips, Sirloin, Thick Cut Pork
Chops. We offer only 1.25 pounds per share.

We welcome new members at any point in the year, as long as we have space. Once signed
up, your membership will extend as long as you continue to pay one month in advance. No
contracts, no up front fees.

We welcome new members at any point in the year, as long as we have space. Once signed
up, your membership will extend as long as you continue to pay one month in advance. No
contracts, no up front fees.

CSA creates a close relationship between farmers and members. The one month in advance payment lets us know how any members will likely pickup the following month so we know how much beef, chicken, pork, and seafood to have on hand. It’s kind of our inventory control model. It also helps us pay the meat processing and seafood shipping cost up front to keep costs down. Farming is a slim-margin business with a lot of inherent risk. The CSA model, with upfront payment, helps with our highly front-loaded production costs, our mid-range livestock plans, and balancing our monthly budget. It also allows us farmers to focus less on sales and marketing, and more on growing high quality food. Finally, it gives members a deeper sense of partnership with the farm and the farmers.

Most people think our grass-fed Angus beef is the best tasting, most tender, and lean meat they
have ever experienced. Our pigs are raised on pasture, plus local grown, non-gmo grains;
depending on the age of the pig they tend to have a little more fat – and a lot more flavor – than
what you typically find at the store. Our pastured chickens are much more flavorful.

Because we are raising and butchering whole animals for our members, we all eat from nose to
tail. We offer over 100 different cuts with at least 70 featured each month including an array of
pork and beef sausages, that comes either ground or in links. We also offer organs and bones
when available. We have a greater variety of cuts than any grocery chain in middle Tennessee.

Farm updates will be emailed and you can also find them in this embedded website:

A farmers’ market (or ‘farmers market according to the AP stylebook) is a physical retail marketplace intended to sell foods directly by farmers to consumers. Farmers’ markets may be indoors or outdoors and typically consist of booths, tables or stands where farmers sell their homegrown produce, live animals and plants, and sometimes prepared foods and beverages. Farmers’ markets exist in many countries worldwide and reflect the local culture and economy. The size of the market may be just a few stalls or it may be as large as several city blocks. Due to their nature, they tend to be less rigidly regulated than retail produce shops.

They are distinguished from public markets, which are generally housed in permanent structures, open year-round, and offer a variety of non-farmer/non-producer vendors, packaged foods and non-food products.