Grainger County was formed in 1796 from parts of Hawkins and Knox counties and holds the distinction as the only Tennessee county named for a woman, Mary Grainger Blount, the wife of Territorial Governor William Blount. Grainger County’s seat is Rutledge and is located 32 miles northeast of Knoxville. For more information regarding Grainger County, please go to the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture website.
|Farm Name||County||Date Founded||Special Recognition|
|Bend of the Creek Farm||Grainger||1812|
|Big Maple Dairy||Grainger||1868|
|Daniel Farm in Narrow Valley Community||Grainger||1905|
|Dutch Valley Farms||Grainger||1891|
|Massengill Farm||Grainger||1796||Pioneer Century Farm|