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Welcome to the Beauchamp Family Farm, or B.F.F. for short!
We are a newly established family farm that still has further to grow. We are a family of 4 (a military veteran father, an mba graduate mother, and 2 sweet homeschooled children that are very active within the community). We have animals – Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, and Chickens. We garden and forage. We believe in self-sufficiency, no-waste, and are Christians. While we still know that we much more to grow, we also believe that slow and steady steps forwards leads to growth – which is why we opened up shop rather than waiting until “the timing was just right”. I mean, afterall, will the timing be ever “just right”? Anyways, back to it… We settled down in beautiful East Tennessee after having lived in Michigan, New Jersey, and Montana. We love it here and are happy to call it HOME. With slow-and-steady steps forward we are making progress on goals with a bright future ahead.

You can follow along on YouTube as we post videos regularly on our trials and tribulations. We love to post fun videos on Tik Tok and share great photos taken on our property to our IG @thisis.ourzoo 

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Tom is lost in the toms 🤣 #tomatoes #Toms #beingtom #tomato #gardening #morningstroll #lifeonafarm #foodforest #wildgarden ... See MoreSee Less
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With Tom for company, I was able to make it down to the front garden this morning. It has been nearly a month since my bunionectomy which means it has been equally as long since visiting the garden. We've been hit with the heat and lack of rain, so am thankful to have had watering systems in place prior to surgery. The gardens have thrived, along with the weeds (which 30-50% are edible, so not an actual loss there). It was such a pleasant stroll to see up close the change from a month ago.Take a look at some the beautiful things we spotted growing - like peaches, watermelon, cantaloupe, pumpkin, and sunflower! There's plenty more I missed photographing as well. Like a late-blooming apple, or the bright red peppers. It's a beautiful sight to see. Jess#familyfarming #1monthdifference #homesteadinglife #HomesteadLiving #summergarden #bunionsurgery #lifeonafarm #lifecontinues #gardening #morningstroll #gardenwalk #foodforest #food #freshfoods #gardening #surgeryrecovery #bunionectomyrecovery #pumpkin #cantaloupe #watermelon #sunflowers #peaches ... See MoreSee Less
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Our volunteer assisted by turkeys tomatoes are coming in really well. What do I mean volunteer assisted by turkeys? At the end of last year's growing season, our pasture-raised turkeys discovered the delicious red tomatoes that spread like wildfire all over the garden. They would visit daily and happily cheep cheep when enjoying them. That also meant that as they walked along our property, they pooped out seeds. So when the Spring came along, we had tomato plants popping up all over the place. I admittedly did not start any tomato plants this year. I transplanted many of the turkey grown plants to the garden and now tomato-pocalypse has begun. To me, this shows the harmony of permaculture and what we seek within our growing food forest. Jess#permaculture #permaculturegarden #naturalfood #naturalfoodsystems #turkeys #rewilding #foodforest #tomatoes #growfood #volunteers #volunteerplants ... See MoreSee Less
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-- Available -- 11 baby chicks hatched out this week! In Corryton. PM if interested. Barnyard mix, dad's are either White Brahma or Amercauna. Mom's are either white or gold Brahma, Ameraucana, Cream Legbar, Welsummer, or Buff Orpington. ... See MoreSee Less
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What's for breakfast? 3 fallen apples! While not just yet ready, these 3 apples were still very delicious! This is the first year we really get to taste these. We tried the small one's last year, but they were bite size so there wasn't much to them. This year, it's a different story! The other bonus, they are free from pesticides, herbicides, and any coatings to "preserve freshness" as well as any commercial fertilizers. So that means they turn brown quickly when cut, they have "marks" on the skin, and we contend with both insects and birds for this fruit BUT they are delicious and far superior in quality in comparison to the produce from many large store chains, which is now also expensive despite its' sub-par quality (take that as you would). #shopsmall #farmfresh #freshfruit #knoxvilletn #supportlocalbusiness #naturalgarden #circulargardening #permaculture #allnatural #organicgardeningmethods #organicgardeningpractices #freshapples #applesfromthetree ... See MoreSee Less
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