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My Farm Story

Jordan Farms was originally founded in 2001 as a small family farm and over the course of 20+ years, the farm has seen several different names and operations but we've kept the spirit of providing farm-fresh products to our customers. The owner, Charley Jordan, is a veteran of the U. S. Army and a former Special Operations Aviator. Charley retired in 2017 as a Chief Warrant Officer Four after 28.5 years of service he skipped the corporate world and followed his passion for teaching and agriculture and has been an advocate for other veterans and beginning farmers finding their new purpose in agriculture. Jordan Farms specializes in fresh-cut flowers, flowers, beekeeping, we also host several different agritourism events throughout the season such as photography sessions and Pick Your Own sessions. Charley is a nationally featured advocate for veterans to agriculture and the benefits that horticulture can provide for mental health. Below are a few features about him, Take care

American Legion Magazine

Featured Stories
For more articles and information about Charley and his journey, please do an internet search for "Charley Jordan Veteran Farmer" and it will reveal a few other gems.

RFD-TV interview with
Charley Jordan

Interview by RFD-TV that featured me after I won the 2016 Tennessee Small Farmer of the Year award in the Most Improved category. 

Veteran Farmer encourages other military veterans to give farm life a try

Local Nashville WTVF Channel 5 interview

One Fort Campbell veteran is on a mission to share the healing powers of flowers

NPR feature about my journey in agriculture

Kubota Commercial 

Kubota commercial produced by Gamma Blast of Nashville, TN. featuring Charley Jordan

Military veterans turn to agriculture purpose after service

Farmers Davon Goodwin of Laurinburg, N.C., and Charley Jordan of Indian Mound, Tenn., shares how farming gives them peace and purpose in their civilian lives.

Episode 271. Farmer Veteran Finds Passion in Horticulture Therapy

 I sit down with Margo Hale from NCAT about my agriculture journey.

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