Red Spring Wheat | 4 LB

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Palouse Brand Hard Red Spring Wheat Berries,  4 pounds,  Non-GMO Wheat Berries
Red Spring Wheat | 4 LB
Palouse Brand Hard Red Spring Wheat Berries,  4 pounds,  Non-GMO Wheat Berries
Red Spring Wheat | 4 LB

Red Spring Wheat | 4 LB

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Palouse Brand Hard Red Spring Wheat Berries have a beautiful golden red coloring and are usually seeded in late March or early April. Our 4 pound option is packaged in our heat sealed kraft bags. They are resealable and easy to store. 

We triple clean our Red Spring Wheat Berries to ensure that the products we are supplying are the highest quality available. These whole grain wheat berries produce an amazing whole wheat flour that makes for an exceptional bread flour. This flour will help you make a Sourdough that will fill your kitchen with a delicious aroma with old-world appeal.


Featured Recipe: How to Grow Wheat Berries

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How to Cook Wheat Berries

Bring at least 3 cups of water to a boil in a medium saucepan. Add 1 cup rinsed wheat berries, and reduce the heat. Simmer until tender, checking periodically for 25 mins. See more ways to cook, and how to grind wheat berries.

More Wheat Berry Recipes

The best by date is 3 years from the time of packaging; however if stored in an air-tight container, in a dry, cool, and dark location they can last much longer. Freezing your wheat for long-term storage can affect the moisture content of the wheat berry and affect the baking properties of the wheat.

Red Spring Wheat Field Map

Date seeded: 3/31/21
Date harvested: 8/18/21
Rainfall: 16.32
The 2021 crop year has definitely come with its challenges, mainly the most severe drought since 1977. Along with lower yields, our Hard Red Spring Wheat Berries were harvested at a slightly smaller size, though we are thankful to continue to provide a quality product to our customers.

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Grown with you in mind

Palouse Brand is a 5th generation, family-owned and vertically integrated farm that grows, cleans, processes, packages and ships premium legumes and grains directly to consumers. We grow our own products in Eastern Washington and provide information like field location, crop photos and harvest dates. We work hard to include our customers in every aspect of our farm to table process.

Beyond our passion for farming, we value helping people live healthier. We strive to support our customers’ pursuit of health by providing premium nutrient-rich products, transparency, recipes, guides, and five star customer service.

Starts in the field

Kevin has worked on the farm since early childhood. His earliest memories on the farm are riding with his Dad, Steve, in the combine and being with his Mom and Grandma in the kitchen as they prepared meals for the harvest crew. He graduated from Washington State University in 2000 with a degree in Ag Technology and Management. Kevin married his wife, Sara in 2008 and is raising their family on the farm just as he was.

As a family in 2009 the Maders launched Palouse Brand, our direct-to-consumer small bag line. He loves that farming allows for him to be outside, tending to the fields. He finds immense satisfaction in stewarding the land, bringing crops to fruition and growing foods that consumers can connect with.

Packaged for you

Alyssa has been a part of the Palouse Brand team since 2018. She and her husband have raised their three children on their family homestead. Thanks to the flexibility in her job she is able to spend quality time raising her family, while also being able to live a life of homesteading: raising chickens, goats, gardening, and horseback riding.

Her favorite work memory was during the early days of the COVID-19 Pandemic, when we were able to provide work for upwards of 75 people who suddenly found themselves unemployed, knowing that we were going to be able to satisfy the employment needs of our community and put food on tables across the U.S. Alyssa started her career in the packaging department and as our business has grown, she has been promoted to Production Manager; she enjoys managing the high level of detail and moving production pieces that produce high quality foods for families like hers.