Reeves Angus Farm is located in Surgoinsville, Tennessee (U.S.A.).
Surgoinsville is a small community of approximately 3,000
residents, many of whom farm in the valleys and plateaus that
lie between the big hills leading to the Smoky Mountains.
J. Reeves, a native of Surgoinsville, is the owner of the
two family-operated farms that focus their attention on the
health and well-being of the herds of registered Angus cattle.
The original Reeves Angus Farm is nestled in Carters Valley on land
that has been in the Amis and Reeves families for five generations.
This farm is located between the communities of Surgoinsville and
Church Hill and is approximately 20 miles southwest of Kingsport,
one of the famous "Tri-Cities" of Tennessee (Kingsport,
Bristol, and Johnson City).
Bunker Hill Farm
A second farm is located on the southwest side of Surgoinsville
just off Highway 11W in the Big Creek Water Shed area. Some of this
land has been in the Reeves family for four generations. The "Bunker
Hill" in the name originates from the Civil War activities that occurred
in the area.