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600 acre working cattle farm
Choose and cut Christmas tree farm
c. 1790. Run by a water-turbine wheel, the mill can grind 32-bushels of corn or wheat per hour. Present wheel was placed into operation in 1880. Mill House Opry event on Sat nights.
Corn maze and other activities
160 acre mushroom farm
Simmons Farm Raised Catfish is a Mississippi institution and ships Mississippi Farm Raised catfish – the best and only type of catfish you’ll want to eat – around the world. They are a formidable supplier and can ship catfish steaks, strips, fillets and nuggets, plain or breaded along with jalapeno or plain hushpuppies or a bag of their famous southern recipe seafood and poultry breading.
Huge corn maze. Pumpkin patch, hayride pulled by a tractor, play area, concession stand and hay maze for small adventurers. (Seasonal: September - October). Call for details.
A working farm with exposure to livestock, wildlife and forestry.
Petting zoo, waterfowl park and pumpkin patch
Discover more about the sweet potato industry take a tour and sample sweet potato treats. Please call prior to visit if you would like a tour. Specialty bakery on-site offering an assortment of sweet potato treats. Pies, cakes, cookies and more.
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