With the sun fading over the Coast Range, we finished bringing in our Alluvial hops this weekend and the 2014 Rogue Farms Hop Harvest came to a close.
Four weeks, seven varieties of hops, 350 bales, one big celebration.
The final truck loads of Alluvial hops coming in from the hop rows.
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In all the years we've been farming, we've never seen a season quite like this one.
A hot July kicked our crops into overdrive, but especially our grains, the wheat and corn we grow at Rogue Farms in Independence and the malting barley we grow in Tygh Valley.
Drive down Wigrich Road to Rogue Farms this time of year and you’ll always find something new going on.
We're adding a new crop to the proprietary palate of flavors we grow at Rogue Farms in Independence, Oregon.
This spring we planted five acres of wheat in a field next our Dream pumpkin patch.
A step forward in the Grow Your Own Revolution.