Moore County is the second smallest county in the state and is located in southern Middle Tennessee between Coffee and Lincoln counties. Moore County was established in 1871 and named in honor of General William Moore, who was one of Lincoln County’s first settlers and a long-time member of the General Assembly. Its county seat is Lynchburg, the home of one of the largest and most famous distilleries, the Jack Daniel’s Distillery. Today, the Jack Daniel Distillery is the central tourist attraction in Lynchburg and a primary source of tourism revenue for the county. For more information regarding Moore County, please go to the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture website.
|Farm Name||County||Date Founded||Special Recognition|
|Bedford Wiseman Farm||Moore||1904|
|Chestnut Ridge Farm||Moore||1850|
|Honey Branch Farm||Moore||1897|
|Parks Pastures Farm||Moore||1843|
|Rock Creek Farm||Moore||1894|
|Syler 7 Farm||Moore||1903|