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About Rabbit Circle
Visit us just outside of Nashville, Tennessee and discover what it means to be a traditional farmer in a modern era. Our farm tours are designed to share the unique culture that embodies the American South. We aim to connect farm-curious food lovers with farmers, ranchers, and craftspeople of rural Tennessee. Our guests see firsthand how food is grown and hear from the hard-working individuals who bring food to tables everyday. Our family has lived and loved the land of Robertson County for generations. We know the roads winding between various family farms better than the back of our hands. Born Here. Raised Here. We love to show off our roots. Tours offered daily.
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We will spend the day riding around telling stories, meeting farmers and observing parts of town known only to the locals. You are sure to meet a few colorful southerners.

Every tour is a unique experience that changes daily. Our tour guides take pride in knowing the ins and outs of our community. This is not your typical argitourism farm experience. We take you were the action is happening. We will be visiting working farms.

Local farms include Windy Acres- USDA Certified organic grain farm tobacco farms, fruit growers, cattle farms, and hemp and indigo. We have a rich agricultural community that we like to show off.

You’ll enjoy a truly Tennessee original local lunch at one of our favorite locally owned restaurants. We will either stop at Thomas Drugs or Trues BBQ.

And if you just want to ride, we will roll down the windows of the truck, turn up the radio and bring out the country spirit in your soul.
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Amazing view of the real rural Tennessee, hosted by Jen, a smart natural story teller who brought the history of dark patch tobacco to life, for us , while we rode around Robertson County, meeting her neighbors, local farmers and citizens of a unique area of Tennessee. It’s a
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Response from RabbitCircleFarmTour, General Manager at Rabbit Circle
Responded Feb 6, 2020
Thanks so much for your kind words. I hope that you all enjoyed the rest of your stay in Nashville - Jennifer
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Highlight of our Visit to Nashville! Easy, less than 30 min drive from Nashville. Get ready for a look into The history of dark patch tobacco farming and much more. Jen will tailor your visit to suit your interests. Fun. Intelligent. And, a refreshing opportunity to learn more
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Response from RabbitCircleFarmTour, General Manager at Rabbit Circle
Responded Feb 6, 2020
Thanks for coming out. I hope that you enjoyed the rest of your stay in Nashville. You may follow us through the season on our Instagram page Rabbit_Circle
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Owner and tour guide, Jenifer, is the real deal. With her generational line extending beyond Tennessee’s history she is a true local. Literally made up of the dirt in Robertson county. She not only knows where everything is but knows everyone! As we wandered around the backroads
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Response from RabbitCircleFarmTour, General Manager at Rabbit Circle
Responded Feb 6, 2020
Thanks so much. We hope that you come again soon.
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Jennifer was a wonderful tour guide. She seemed to be very knowledgeable about her local area and displayed a strong sense of community. We received a great insight into traditional farming in the modern area and were amazed at how labor intensive some of the practices were.
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Response from RabbitCircleFarmTour, Public Relations Manager at Rabbit Circle
Responded Oct 26, 2019
Thanks for joining us. We hope that you visit again soon!
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My intention for taking this tour was to get an idea of what farming in Tennessee is like, and the tour definitely delivered. It seemed like half the time we were literally driving through the backlanes of farmland, getting up close and personal to the crops and equipment in a
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Response from RabbitCircleFarmTour, Public Relations Manager at Rabbit Circle
Responded Jul 1, 2019
It was very nice to meet you. I hope that you enjoy the rest of your travels.
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