Sullivan County was established in 1780 and was named for General John Sullivan, a New Hampshire Revolutionary War leader. The county seat is Blountville. Sullivan County is also home to Kingsport and Bristol, two of the three “Tri-Cities” of Upper East Tennessee. This farm is also the oldest Century Farm in Tennessee. For more information regarding Sullivan County, please go to the Tennessee Encyclopedia of History & Culture website.
|Farm Name||County||Date Founded||Special Recognition|
|A.K. Waterman Farm||Sullivan||1872|
|B & G Farm||Sullivan||1880|
|Breeding Family Farm||Sullivan||1882|
|Cedar View Farm||Sullivan||1788||Pioneer Century Farm|
|Elm Circle Farm||Sullivan||1860|
|Grass Dale Farm||Sullivan||1856|