Lincoln County was established in 1809 and was named for Revolutionary War hero General Benjamin Lincoln. The county seat is Fayetteville. The county was once home to the Elk Cotton Mills and the Borden Milk Plant. Although the plant closed in 1962, the National Register listed facility now houses the Lincoln County Museum. In addition to these industries, the county’s rich soil has made it suitable for a variety of crops and has played an important economic role in the county’s history. For more information regarding Lincoln County, please go to the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture website.
|Farm Name||County||Date Founded||Special Recognition|
|English "Old Homeplace" Farm||Lincoln||1867|
|English Family Farm||Lincoln||1867|
|Flint River Farm/Simms-Delap Families||Lincoln||1893|
|Golden Hollow Farms||Lincoln||1893|
|Halbert Acres Farm||Lincoln||1818|
|Honey Branch Farm||Lincoln||1897|