Somewhere Place Else Farm
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To watch Season 6, Episode 10 of the USDA and Pick Tenessee sponsored series "Live Green Tennessee" and learn more about Somewhere Place Else Farm, please click on the WCTE-TV Cookeville "Live Green" logo below to play the video. 

    Connect with us on Facebook for up-to-date info and event postings.

    Shop Our on-line store for old fashioned, gluten free canned goods.

Our products are now available locally at the following fine merchants:

Fast Jack's Steaks and Seafood
122 W. Lincoln St.
Tullahoma, TN 37388
(931) 455-2194

Porter Road Butcher

501 Gallatin Avenue
Nashville, TN. 37206
(615) 650-4440

Columbia Farm Supply
170 Bear Creek Pike  
Columbia, TN 38401
(931) 388-1200

Puckett's Grocery and Restaurant
15 Public Square
Columbia, TN. 38401

Bagel Face Bakery
700 Main Street
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 730-8840

The Turnip Truck - Urban Fare and Natural Market

970 Woodland Street  
Nashville, TN 37206
(615) 650-3600
Broad Street Tobacco and Beverage
1945 Northwest Broad Street
Murfreesboro, TN. 37129
(615) 895-9689

Rutherford Co. Chamber of Commerce Visitors Center
3050 Medical Center Pkwy.
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
(615) 893-6565

Sunshine Nutrition Center
621 South Church Street  
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
(615) 896-2972

Happy Heart Market
501 Hwy 31 N.
Hartselle, AL 35640
(256) 303-4477

Bonnie's Barnyard
8415 Horton Highway
College Grove, TN. 37046
(615) 395-7679

To contact us about purchasing our products for resale please call 615-274-2070

Many thanks to all those who visit our booth to sample and purchase our old fashioned, all natural, gluten-free, homemade canned goods. In 2013 we setup a booth 51 times all over Middle Tennessee,
Alabama, Kentucky, and Georgia at Farmer's markets, music and arts and crafts festivals. Please check
our event listings for an event near you and come by to say hi!.

.Remember, if you've never been there, its probably time to go Somewhere Place Else.


Jan. 24,25,26- Nashville Flea Market - Tennessee Fairgrounds

Feb 9 - Nashville Chili Festival - Yazoo Brewing

Feb. 21.22.23 - Nashville Flea Market - Tennessee Fairgrounds

Mar. 21,22,23- Huntsville, AL - NEACA - Northeast Alabama Craft Association

Apr. 4,5,6 - Mule Day - Columbia, TN.

Apr. 25,26,27 - National Cornbread Festival - South Pittsburg, TN.

May 9,10 - International BBQ Festival & Arts and Crafts Show - Owensboro, KY

May 17 - Urban Gardening Festival - Nashville, TN.  Ellington Ag. Center

May 23,24,25 - Nashville Flea Market - Tennessee Fairgrounds

June 7- Main Street Saturday Market - Murfreesboro. TN Sat. 8 - 12

June 14 -  Main Street Saturday Market - Murfreesboro. TN Sat. 8 - 12

June 21 - RC and Moon Pie Festival - Bell Buckle, TN

June 21 -  Main Street Saturday Market - Murfreesboro. TN Sat. 8 - 12

June 28 -  Main Street Saturday Market - Murfreesboro. TN Sat. 8 - 12

July 5 - Main Street Saturday Market - Murfreesboro, TN Sat. 8 - 12

July 12 - Main Street Saturday Market - Murfreesboro, TN Sat. 8 - 12

July 12-13 - Uncle Dave Macon Days - Cannonsburgh in Murfreesboro

July 19 - Main Street Saturday Market - Murfreesboro, TN Sat. 8 - 12

July 26 - Main Street Saturday Market - Murfreesboro, TN Sat. 8 - 12

Please check back often, we are always adding dates to our calendar.

Our Mission - Preservation, Patience, Care, and Compassion

Our goal is simply an effort, not to return to the past, but to use our past experiences along with knowledge gained from others, to make our lives richer, healthier, and more productive.  Using old style tried and proven gardening techniques and old fashioned family canning recipes handed down thru generations, we are growing, processing, and preserving our fruits and vegtables, as well as our heritage, much in the same manner our ancestors did.  Our livestock shares the bounty of the land with us, consuming grass, hay and grains produced here, as well as fruit and vegetable by-products not used in the canning process.


Also here at Somewhere Place Else Farm,  we have adopted a somewhat non-traditional method of animal experience, and that is to provide more human interaction.  By treating our dogs, goats, chickens, and other livestock more as individuals and less like a food or income source, we have achieved a sense of a common bond by sharing this farm and life together, which has resulted in mutual benefits for both the animals and our family as well.

We believe every animal has a unique personality and disposition. Because of this, every animal needs to be recognized and treated as special. We believe in the natural approach to raising our goats and dogs. While the animals forage the pastures and woods, our Great Pyrenees naturally roam the livestock areas and homeplace,  offering superior guardian instincts to protect from predators on foot and in the air.


Browse our site to learn more about our goat and dog population as well as other aspects of life on the farm at Somewhere Place Else.

If you would like more info on our animals along with prices and availability please visit our Contact page.

Rufus (left and below) was our introduction to the world of the Great Pyrenees. He came to the farm in January 2004 at 4 mos. of age. A fierce guardian and loyal protector, he weighs in at about 150 lbs.  He watches over the goats day and night, moving from one pasture to another with the herd, scanning the perimeter and keeping a watchful eye above in case chickenhawks wander a little too close.