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2017 GRANT COUNTY FOOD GUIDE PRODUCERS LIST
CANYON CITY
MARY WALKER
61449 MARYSVILLE LANE
CANYON CITY, OR 97820
541-575-0776

Mary Walker grows a large garden. She has rhubarb and leaf lettuce available starting in May. Delicious heirloom tomatoes are available in August and September. As well as cut herbs and sunflowers throughout the growing season. Call for more information.
SANDERS NATURAL PORK
CANYON CITY, OR 97820
541-575-0926

We have four naturally raised pigs that will be available for live sale between the end of June and September. Our pigs were raised on local apples, our own raw milk, cracked corn, and vegetables. We do not given them any antibiotics except what they get naturally from the milk we feed them every day. Call Jim for more information.
DAYVILLE
HAPPY HENS EGG FARM
42794 HIGHWAY 26
DAYVILLE, OR 97825
541-987-2378

Dan and Grima Horgan raise about 150 laying hens on their farm just west of Dayville. Their hens are cage free and naturally raised. They provide fresh eggs to consumers who are interested in knowing where their eggs come from. Eggs are $1.00 a dozen for small eggs, $2.00 a dozen for medium, $3.00 a dozen for large, and $3.50 a dozen for extra large. Grima also grows a large garden that she sells produce from during the summer months. She sells basil, cilantro, spinach, tomatoes, tomatillos, squash, and pumpkins. Look for the sign that says \Eggs\ along the south side of Highway 26 and stop by to get some fresh eggs and see what vegetables Grima has for sale. You can also find Happy Hens Egg Farm at the John Day Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9am to noon.
HAND GROWN
DAYVILLE, OR 97825
541-620-0262

Tony and Linda Hand grow blueberries, raspberries, cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, tomatoes and more. Call for more information.
JOHN DAY
THE ROCK GARDEN NURSERY
767 EAST MAIN STREET
JOHN DAY, OR 97845
541-575-0215

The Rock Garden Nursery sells a variety of edible herbs. Gail Klodzinski is very knowledgeable about what plants will grow well in our climate. Look for the open sign on the side of East Main Street and stop by to learn more.
KIMBERLY
THOMAS ORCHARDS - J&L ORCHARDS LLC
P.O. BOX 472
KIMBERLY, OR 97848
541-934-2870

Thomas Orchards is located along the valley floor of the North Fork of the John Day River. This valley provides the perfect climate for producing sweet and flavorful fruit. Thomas Orchards has a variety of fruit available for U-pick, ready picked, and mail order. They have a selection of fruit that is certified organic. They also offer fruit butters, syrups, jams, and dried fruits. You can purchase fruit directly from the fruit stand at the orchard, which opens in late June with the coming of the first cherries and stays open offering their assortment of apples into the end of October. The fruit stand is open seven days a week from 8am to 6pm during the busiest part of the season. Approximate Fruit Season: Cherries - End of June to end of July
Apricots - Mid July to end of July
Peaches - End of July to Mid September
Nectarines - End of July to first part of September
Plums - Mid July to Mid August
Pears - Mid August to Mid September
Apples - Mid August to end of October Thomas Orchards participates in the Farm Direct Nutrition Program that helps provide fresh local fruits and vegetables to seniors and families participating in the WIC program. *Donates fruit to the Grant County Food Bank
NORTH FORK RANCH
46400 HIGHWAY 402
KIMBERLY, OR 97848
541-934-2521

North Fork Ranch is a certified organic vegetable farm situated on the picturesque bank of the North Fork of the John Day River. Jim Bahrenburg grows a variety of produce that is available throughout the growing season. Produce Includes:
Onions
Corn
Beets
Parsnips
Cucumbers
Summer Squash
Winter Squash
Radishes
Carrots
Watermelon Call or email to find out what is in season and make arrangements to purchase produce. Look for the North Fork Ranch at the John Day Farmers Market! *Donates to the Grant County Food Bank
MOUNT VERNON
HARRISON RANCH
53983 HAPPY VALLEY LANE
MOUNT VERNON, OR 97865
541-932-4718

We grow a large home garden and often have extra to sell to the community. Our crops include cucumbers, various squash, green beans, many varieties of melons, carrots, onions, tomatoes, peppers, corn, beets, and potatoes just to name a few. We sell according to seasonal availability and then by appointment. Give us a call to find out what is available, when. You can also find us at the John Day Farmers' Market every Saturday during the summer.
BAUER NATURAL BEEF
55548 MCKERN LANE
MOUNT VERNON, OR 97865
541-620-4000

Our 7-generation ranch in Mt. Vernon is a 129-year tradition. Our wholesome natural beef operation since 1990 reflects that. Advance orders please. See www.gcfoodguide.com What do you get?
- home birthed beef; raised humanely with minimal stress
- no hormones, other stimulants, or antibiotics
- beef raised on native grass meadows 365 days/year, adding hay in the winter
- healthy/happy beef with tender and flavorful meat spring and fall
- all cuts of beef by the quarter, half or whole
- low-fat hamburger by advance order
- less overall cost
- less fat
- advance meal planning and less shopping
- more vitamins and minerals
- cattle living, growing and grazing in a healthy environment as God planned

Neil and Jan Bauer Jans cell 541-620-4000
KEY FARM AND GREENHOUSE
52433 RIVER ESTATES LANE
MOUNT VERNON, OR 97865
541-932-2874

At key Farm Darlene grows a variety of vegetable plant starts in her greenhouse.The selection includes squashes, cucumbers, cabbage, peppers, basil, and a large variety of tomatoes. Darlene has several varieties of heirloom tomato plants including some that do especially well in extremely hot and cold temperatures, making them a good fit for our climate, Call Darlene to visit the greenhouse and for more information. Key Farm also holistically raises Navajo-Churro lambs, which are prized for their lean and flavorful meat. These sheep also produce a dual fiber fleece that is coveted by weavers for its natural variety of colors. There are several organizations including Slow Food who are advocating the breeding of these sheep for meat and other purposes given their low impact on the land and the fact that they are an endangered breed in North America. If you are interested in buying a whole lamb from Key Farm please get in touch with Darlene before July.
PRAIRIE CITY
FIELDS GRASSFED BEEF
29500 NORTH RIVER ROAD
PRAIRIE CITY, OR 97869
541-820-4430

GRASSFED BEEF We consider our beef to be the most energy efficient, socially acceptable, quality beef produced. Our product has less lipids (fats), cholesterol, and calories than skinless chicken breast while having more protein. See our website.
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