Agriculture

Program Contact: Nils Johnson, Extension Coordinator
(509) 684-2588 • nils.johnson@wsu.edu

WSU Stevens County Extension – Agriculture

Dedicated to developing a verdant and growing agriculture industry in Stevens County
Our Mission: Provide proactive training and reactive support to Farmers, Ranchers, Growers, and Dairies in Stevens County that will help them grow and prosper.


Ag-Related Events

Cultivating Success  – Creating your whole Farm or Ranch plan

Value Added Processing Facility Feasibility Study Results

California Sheep and Ag Industry Tour

Market Gardening at Sweet Meadows Ranch

Northeast Washington Hay Growers Association 2017 Spring Field Day

Seminar – Value Added Processing for Food Entrepreneurs

Soil Testing

Satellite Farming Summit

Pesticide License Re-Certification

     -Events in and around Stevens County which offer pesticide recertification credits


Ag Production Materials

Crops

Camelina

Canola

Field Peas

Flax

Sunflowers

Livestock

Pork

Enterprise Budgets

       Camelina, Canola, Flax, Ryegrass, Fescue, Clover, Wheat

Camelina, Dryland Spring Fallow

Canola, Spring, Dryland

Field Peas, Dryland

Pork, Farrow to Feeder

Sunflowers, Corn, Soy, Wheat


Farm to Food Pantry and Nutritional Daily Portions (NDP)

Nutritional Daily Portions Presentation from 2017 Closing the Hunger Gap conference, Tacoma WA, September 2017

Farm To Food Pantry Contract Price List from Farmer Round Table, May 2017



Wet Hay Resources


Drought Resources


Forest Fire Resources


Selenium Levels in Stevens County


Plants Toxic to Livestock


Nitrate Toxicity and Forage Testing


Blue Tongue in Deer and Livestock