Partnering with the Palouse community to provide -
Pastured chicken and turkey, eggs, lamb, no spray hay and conventional grains.
The Zakarisons have been farming on the Palouse since 1935. In 2006 Eric and Sheryl decided that they wanted to grow crops and livestock in a more sustainable way.
Our small diversified farm is located in the heart of the Palouse region 5.8 miles north of Pullman, Washington and 6 miles south of Palouse, Washington on Highway 27 . We raise grains, such as, conventional soft white wheat, barley and peas. We are beginning to transition some of our farm ground to to no spray grain production. For crop year 2013 we are expanding our acreage of camelina in order to provide a local source of oil and high protein meal for livestock.
We have a farm flock of White Dorper sheep. We raise pastured poultry - broiler chickens and laying hens. We have four milk goats, Holly, Pearl, Cozette and Bigette. We have three wonderful draft mules - Jay, Rhodie, and Kate.
We are also committed to fostering the local food economy in the Palouse - please browse our announcement page - you will find information about other farmers who are providing CSAs, locally grown grass feed beef, chicken tractors. Our goal is to expand this page so that we can begin to provide a network of local food, feed and products.