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Blue Coyote Farms

Produce & Folk Art

All Natural Farming & a little Modern Folk Art

in the heart of the Alabama Little River Valley...

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Welcome to Our Farm

Nestled on 120 scenic acres in upper North East  Alabama and home to Cherokee Chief, George Lowery, who walked with his cousin Chief Sequoyah through the land of  the Blue Coyote Farms.

 

It all started in Iowa, at the turn of the century...when my Great Gramma Smith would "peddle" her famous beans as the factory shifts were changing.

 

Fast forward many years later,  and a little to the southeast...  

to the Blue Coyote Farms and a Great Grandaughter  who felt the call of the magical soil.

 

The Blue Coyote Farm practices

"All Natural Farming", following the  tradition passed down from

Great Gramma Smith long ago.

Our variety line is small for a reason...we stick with what we are successful at.

 

Our ingredients are simple:

Sunshine, Soil, Rain, Dedication and a little Kiss from Mother Nature.

 

Nestled in the hills of the Lookout Mountain Range and sitting in the valley of the Little River National Canyon...a tradition continues.

Granny Smith

It all started in Iowa with Great Gramma Ella Smith, pictured here with her faithful companion "Big Ben".

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