2016 Hard Red Spring Wheat Berries

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All about our Hard Red Spring Wheat Berries! We hope you find the following information informative. Your bag of Palouse Brand Hard Red Wheat Berries are Field Traced. The field we grew your food in is displayed on the Google Map below.

Our harvest runs annually, August and September. These wheat berries were seeded April 9, 2016 and Harvested by our combines September 1, 2015.

We are Food Alliance Certified and our food is certified Kosher Parve and Non-GMO Project Verified. Are wheat berries are also processed in a facility that does not process nuts, soy, dairy or eggs. 

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    Ryan Eaton

    Ryan Eaton has been working at the farm for over two years. He was born and raised in Clarkston, WA and started working for the farm while attending School at Washington State University where he graduated from in the Spring of 2015. After graduating he decided to stay on full time with us at the farm and we couldn’t be more excited. He loves that his job allows him to drive combine and be in the field all day. Watching the crops grow and the opportunity to be outside all day are two of his favorite things about his job.

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