Flour, Flowers, Eggs, and Books
We raise a hard red spring wheat that we grind into flour with a granite stone mill. This whole-grain product is a super food and can be used in your favorite baking recipes. We sell the flour in 2 pound bags for $4. It is meant to be bought regularly and used within two weeks for maximum nutrients. It has a much longer shelf-life when refrigerated.
A Central Oregon staple, our flour is pleasantly nutty in flavor and very elastic. It can be used to make fresh breads, we especially like sourdough and we are happy to get you started. It is also good in fresh pasta, pancakes, waffles, muffins, cookies, biscuits, and scones.
Farm Fresh Eggs by the dozen: Our hens live in the Rainshadow Roost, a “tractor” that moves around the farm. First thing in the morning, they jump out and graze on our grasses, pastures, and garden beds. They scratch for little bugs, seeds, and other goodies. They also receive a special blend diet for layers, that does not include any Genetically Modified (GMO) corn or soy. We offer our eggs for $7/dozen. You can find them at farmer’s market or request them any week as an add-on to your CSA share. First-come-fist-serve.
Please read more about our eggs HERE
FLOWERS: We grow mixed wild and cut flowers through the summer months. We have early lupines, tulips, daffodils, and poppies in June and move into cone flowers, sun flowers, zinnias, gladiolas, mums, blackeyed susans, calendula, sweet williams, hollyhox, flax, and many others. We also have wild foliage to fill out your local desert bouquets with things like sage, grasses, willow, and rabbit brush.
We offer U-Pick flowers for $30 per 5 gallon bucket by appointment.
We also offer arranged wedding bouquets. The bride supplies the vases or mason jars, pre-decorated with ribbons or string if you would like. Bride bouquets are $50, bridesmaid bouquets are $30, large table arrangements are $20 and small table arrangements and boutonnieres are $10.
We are happy to plant special flowers for you if you contact us before April 15th.
Farmer, Sarahlee Lawrence, sells her memoir River House at farmers market and upon request for $15.