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Program Contact: Kathryn Hoogheem, Agriculture Extension Coordinator
(509) 684-2588 •

WSU Extension of Stevens County supports producers, small and large alike, with practical and research-based information.

Our Mission: Provide proactive training and reactive support to Farmers, Ranchers, Growers, and Dairies in Stevens County that will help them grow and prosper.

Stevens County Agriculture:

Stevens county plays a vital role in Washington State’s agriculture economy.

Market Value of farm products sold was $30,194,000 in 2017. 40% of sales were crops and 60% of sales were from livestock, poultry and products. 98% are family farms.

Top 5 farm products produced:

  • Cattle and Calves ($11,382,000)
  • Other Crops and Hay ($7,002,000)
  • Grains, Oilseeds, Dry beans, Dry peas ($1,477,000)
  • Milk from Cows ($1,412,000)
  • Fruits Tree nuts, and Berries ($1,230,000)

Stevens County 2017 Census of Agriculture County Profile

Farmer Assistance Request Form


WSU Extension Food Systems (formerly the Small Farms Team)

Official Web Page

Facebook Page

YouTube Channel

Ag Production Materials




Field Peas






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

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