Biomass Production

In 2019, Tennessee Grown will continue its mission of facilitating supply-chain needs for the Tennessee Hemp Industry, focus on Compliant Certified Organic/Non-Certified Food-Grade Biomass and Breeding production, and develop long-term community sales and services relationships.

If you are interested in sourcing bio-mass (both certified and non-certified organic) from Tennessee Grown’s collective of farmers please contact

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Putting Emphasis on Soil Health and Organic Production

Our Partner Farms



Six Boots is a small farm, offering hemp, vegetables, sheep and cut flowers grown with Organic and Biodynamic growing practices. Farmer Will Tarleton has been farming since 2012 and is the Co-Founder of Tennessee Grown.



A 20 acre, Certified Organic Farm, located in Williamson County. Allenbrooke Farm is best known for their Organic CSA and on farm events. Farmer Dan Allen has been farming organically since 2010.


Delvin Family Farm

Delvin Family Farm has been growing local produce since 1972.  The 140 acre farm located in College Grove along the Harpeth River is home to two generations of family farmers.  Delvin Farms began in 1972 with Hank, Sr. and Cindy Delvin and their children, Hank Jr., Eric and Amy. In 1997 Hank and Cindy began the process of turning the farm into a certified organic operation and the farm became certified organic in 1998.

Delvin Family Farm believes in growing methods that improve our environment by enhancing the quality of our water, building our soils for healthy plants and by not using harmful chemicals in farming. 



Windy Acres is a 422 acre Certified Organic farm, with a strong history in Organic Grain Production.
Farmer Alfred Ferris has been a leader in Organic Production since the early 80s in Middle Tennessee.

10 of the farm’s acres are dedicated to Industrial Hemp and is currently being managed by TNG Co-Founder Will Tarleton.

If you are interested in a Biomass Production Contract, supplying Tennessee Grown with biomass grown within our best practices qualifications: please contact