Hickman County was established in 1807 and its county seat is Centerville. The county is notable for having more springs and scenic waterfalls than any other county in Middle Tennessee. During the nineteenth century many of these springs were commercially developed as recreational sites. In addition to the springs, the county also had an early industry centered around the iron furnaces. For more information regarding Hickman County, please go to the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture website.
|Farm Name||County||Date Founded||Special Recognition|
|Little Spring Creek Farm||Hickman||1854|
|Maple Shade Farm||Hickman||1826|
|Mathis Angus Farm I||Hickman||1903|
|Mathis Angus Farm II||Hickman||1905|
|Mathis Angus Farms III||Hickman||1918|
|Mule Farmer Ranch||Hickman||1868|