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Postcards From Our Farm

Even though we’re in the middle of the harvest, it’s nice to be able to take some time and enjoy the natural beauty of Rogue Farms in Tygh Valley, Oregon.


Here’s some of our favorite photos of the week.

The sunset reflected in the clouds over one of our malting barley fields.
The sunset reflected in the clouds over one of our malting barley fields.
Who knew a combine could look so beautiful?
Who knew a combine could look so beautiful?
Just a few miles to the east, Mt. Hood casts a rain shadow over the farm that gives us 300 days of sunshine a year.
Just a few miles to the east, Mt. Hood casts a rain shadow over the farm that gives us 300 days of sunshine a year.
Two fawns running through the farm. The wildlife here includes elk, cougar, coyote, Mule deer, Black and White tail deer, Bald eagles, Golden eagles, chukar, pheasant and grouse.
Two fawns running through the farm. The wildlife here includes elk, cougar, coyote, Mule deer, Black and White tail deer, Bald eagles, Golden eagles, chukar, pheasant and grouse.
Storm clouds pass by over to the east of here.
Storm clouds pass by over to the east of here.
At the end of the day, a crescent Moon rises over the farm.
At the end of the day, a crescent Moon rises over the farm.

In just a few days we’ll be harvesting our 100 acres of Dare™ malting barley. Until then, we hope you enjoyed these photos as much as we enjoyed taking them. It feels good knowing that the barley, cherries, apples, apricots, peaches, pears and plums we grow for our beers, spirits, ciders and sodas comes from a land of such stunning scenery.

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