Address: 320 Dixon Cove Road, Sequatchie TN 37374
About Us / Sequatchie Cove Farm History: Sells Animal Welfare Approved eggs and cheese. \n\nBill and Miriam Keener raise Animal Welfare Approved beef and dairy cattle on Sequatchie Cove Farm in Sequatchie, TN. The 300 acre farm is nestled in the shadows of the Cumberland Plateau and bordered by the Little Sequatchie River.\n\nThe manner in which animals are raised and treated is very important to the Kenner’s. At Sequatchie Cove Farm, their animals spend their lives out on the open pasture, able to forage the way nature intended. Bill and Miriam believe that healthy, content animals provide a product that is not only healthier for us, but also for our environment, and entire ecosystem. As Bill and Miriam explain, “The health of the land, water, air, livestock, and ourselves are all linked inextricably. We make decisions and work with this basic philosophy close to our hands and our heart… If an animal is stressed, the whole farm, including the farmer, is stressed. They know us, we know them and we treat them with respect.”\n\nRecently, Bill and Miriam installed a new solar system to provide energy for their creamery. The project was made possible in part by a solar installation grant from the Tennessee Solar Institute. Their current artisan farmstead cheeses include a rustic Cumberland- “buttery and earthy with a tangy grassy note and hints of macadamia nut”- and a Coppinger- a washed rind cheese “with sweet nutty overtones and a smooth, supple texture.” Both are made with the raw milk produced by Sequatchie Cove’s own cows.\n\nTo learn more about Sequatchie Cove Farm and its AWA grassfed beef and dairy products, please visit www.sequatchiecovefarm.com.