The land we operate on has been cultivated by farmers for more than 150 continuous years. As far back as we can find, a water spigot on the land has been used by neighbors and travelers passing through. Wanting to keep that shared history alive, we encourage everyone to feel welcome on the land, and thus the name “Open Spigot Farm” came into being.
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It's watermelon season over at Open Spigot Farm! In just their second year of growing, Open Spigots' watermelons are off and running, growing to wonderful and healthy sizes after a disappointing early-season harvest. Grower Brad Bowers, who has about 20 years of...read more
Spring has finally come back to Open Spigot Farm, and we couldn't be happier! Though this winter gave us some beautiful sights, we're glad to welcome back the sun and ready to kick off the growing season. So what's new at the Randall family farm? Lots! Firstly, the...read more
We try to keep you updated with all the latest happenings at Open Spigot Farm, from planting season to harvest and all the exciting events in-between. But what happens after the end of the harvest season? While operations certainly slow down, the farm is still...read more
Hello again, Randall Beans Family and Chefs! We're back in Tennessee at our small little organic farm affectionately known as the Open Spigot. The growing season was kind to us and allowed us to grow a few species of heirloom been species, including the beautiful...read more
Open Spigot Farm The Randall Beans family is excited to announce the opening of its Open Spigot Farm in Miller’s Cove, Tennessee. The farm will allow us to grow organic heirloom beans that are otherwise unavailable. Old Watering Hole Nestled deep in the heart of East...read more