About Our Farm


Our farm is located in the foothills of Mt. Hood in Boring, OR U.S.A.  We have a warm summer Mediterranean climate, and enjoy a temperate climate being located in the first valley behind the coastal mountain range on the Pacific ocean.  You will find a bit more on the climate in which our farm is located in the tables below.

We are a year round Pasture based farm operation raising Angus-X beef, chicken, heritage pigs, and turkey. Prior to our stewardship our farm had been idle for more than 20 years. Since implementing our polyculture based Regenerative Agriculture farm practices, our pasture land has seen profound and positive changes in biodiversity and productivity over our 5 year tenure. In addition, we are highly influenced by the Organic, Permaculture, Biodynamic, Keyline Design, and Holistic Management land management and animal care practices. 

We do not use any pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, fungicides or any chemicals on our pasture lands. We do not use any antibiotics or hormones.  We strive to be completely GMO, corn and soy free in our supplement feed.  We utilize high quality Organic vegetable waste as supplemental animal feed and to assist in rapidly building soil fertility.

You can learn more about our farm, and we will be adding much more content in this section over the coming months; so be sure to check back frequently should you find this interesting.

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 Table 1

Source: https://www.zipdatamaps.com/97009
Zip Code 97009 Gardening, Weather and Climate Profile
2012 Hardiness Zone Zone 8b: 15F to 20F 
1990 Hardiness Zone Zone 8b: 15F to 20F 
Köppen Climate Classification Csb - Warm-Summer Mediterranean Climate 
Ecoregion 3d - Valley Foothills
Average First Frost Dates November 1 - 10 
Average Last Frost Dates April 1 - 10 


Table 2

Source: https://www.zipdatamaps.com/97009 
Zip Code 97009 Annual Climate Data
Avg Min Temp (°F) 34 36 38 41 46 50 54 54 50 44 39 35 44
Avg Max Temp (°F) 46 51 56 61 68 73 80 81 75 64 52 46 63
Avg Precip (In.) 7.53 6.16 5.51 4.36 3.55 2.45 .97 1.26 2.36 4.32 7.76 8.04 54.26