Found 16 blog entries tagged as farm.

National Alpacas Farm Day At Yakima River Alpacas Richland, WashingtonEveryone is invited to join the Free Family Farm Tour on Saturday, September 27! Come see the Alpacas and visit their Farm Store. Items include country gifts, locally produced food, and beautifully handmade scarves made from Alpaca Fleece. Yakima River Alpacas is located at 1515 Jones Road in Richland, Washington.

More about the National Alpacas Farm Day
This coming Saturday, to celebrate National Alpaca Farm Days, the Yakima River Alpacas will be open to the public from 11:00 in the morning until 4:00 in the afternoon. You will surely enjoy meeting the alpacas, fiber arts demonstrations, beautiful alpaca retail, refreshments and more. Admission is free to this family-friendly event.

Don't forget your camera! Start you Christmas Shopping at the event…

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Apple & Pumpkin Festival Bill's Berry Farm Grandview, WashingtonIt's fall once again! One fun way to enjoy the season with your family, friends or small group is to check out the bounty of the harvest in a farm nearby. Well, if you are looking for clean, wholesome fellowship and harvest fun check out the Apple & Pumpkin Festival that will be held in Billy's Berry Farm located in 3674 N. County Line Road on Saturday, September 27.

Details of the Apple & Pumpkin Festival
The festival is open from 9:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the afternoon and and first four Fridays and Saturdays in October at the same time. It will be closed on Halloween.

There are surely a lot of activities for all ages at Billy's Berry Farm. Note: There is a $5 parking fee on Saturdays! Carpooling with your friends and family is advised as…

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There will be a seven hour tour at the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center in Richland on Saturday, August 30 from 8:00 in the morning until 3:00 in the afternoon that will enlighten participants and give them an idea of what it takes to get their food on the table.

Details of the Event
Admission fee is $60.00 per person with beverages, lunch, tour guide, and bus included. Get a chance to visit to various farms and talk to the farmers that grow apples, corn, beans, onions, and wheat. Confirmation is required before August 22.

For more information you may call Hanford Reach Interpretive Center at 509-943-4100 or go to

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Farm-City Pro Rodeo, Umatilla County Fairgrounds Hermiston, OregonEveryone is invited to the Farm-City Pro Rodeo from August 6 to 9 at the Umatilla County Fairgrounds located in 515 W. Orchard Avenue Hermiston, Oregon.

About Farm-City Pro Rodeo
The event consists of four action packed performances where timed event contestants compete on two head of livestock. The first run will take place in the afternoon and the second run will be during that nights performance. The rough stock events of the Farm-City Pro Rodeo will happen at the night performances and will be one ride only. Proceeds at the Farm-City Pro Rodeo will be used for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas, NV in December.

General Admission
(Rodeo Tickets include your Fair admission for the day listed on your ticket): 

- Wednesday Adult…

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Vintage Market Announces Love Of Junk in Walla Walla WashingtonDoug and Brenda Swenson invites all of you to join this year's Love of Junk Event on June 13 and 14 at Swenson Farm, 221 Valley Chapel Road Walla Walla Washington.

After the success of last year's event, the couple is now preparing fot a better show. The Swenson's farm and their 1910 era home with turquoise doors offering a fantastic view of the Blues Mountains. It is ideally located just on the outskirts of this beautiful quaint city in Southeastern Washington known for its Historic Downtown and surrounding wineries and other events.

Love of Junk
You will find a lot of things here like sassy salvage, repurposed, and handcrafted items. Plus, will be something for all ages and tastes for gift giving, home and garden decor while enjoying the fresh…

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Sigh of Relief from Mid-Columbia Farmers with Passing of the Farm BillFinally, after years of setbacks, the House has passed an almost $100-billion a year compromise farm bill. The passing of the bill is not without challenges, as it met strong opposition from conservatives who were seeking a bigger cut on food stamps.

What Is the Five-Year Farm Bill?
The five-year bill, which preserves generous crop subsidies, is on its way to the Senate where it is sure to be approved. The White House has already given word that President Obama would sign it. With the backing of a strong Republican leadership team, the House approved the bill, 251-166.

Possible Repercussions
If the bill weren’t passed, it would have affected the agricultural industry, as bared by Pat Sullivan of Pasco, an orchardist and member of the Northwest Fruit…

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