Old-Fashioned Cotton Pickin’ Day

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Lincoln County Cotton

Showing how agriculture works is one of the goals of an event held each fall in Flintville, Tennessee, during the Old-Fashioned Cotton Picking Day. It attracts between 100 and 150 people for lunch and a chance to pick cotton by hand. The media is invited as well.

This year’s date for the Old-Fashioned Cotton Picking Day is Oct. 20, 2017 beginning at 10 a.m. If you are planning to attend, please email or call with the number in your party to find out the exact address and so that the Ogles will have plenty of food. Contact Jenny Brown of D&J River Farms at 931-937-6373, jen68ih@bellsouth.net or through the D&J River Farms Facebook page.

Come enjoy reminiscing the old way of picking cotton, by hand and stay for lunch, but please bring a lawn chair. Bring a lawn chair! (They will have some tables to sit at, but not enough to sit everyone!)

2 Comments

  1. Jesstine

    August 31, 2018 at 11:20 am

    Hi! I live out of town, is it possible to pay for cotton stems? I need about 300 for my wedding 🙂

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