We own 20 acres in Longview, WA. 15 acres are fenced and .25-3 acres are available for gardening. We have power, water, and a space for a tiny home. We live on the property with our family, dog, cats, two horses, five cattle, five chickens and two turkeys. We have a small, immature orchard. We are open to compatible livestock, a large garden, and can host a tiny home. We are open to produce barter or cash rental, depending on the scale and input costs associated with farming the land.
Our soil is deep, rich, and largely undisturbed. We own a knoll with excellent sunlight exposure throughout the day. Our fencing is electric, field fence, and a short stretch of barbed wire. Our horses are well-behaved and our cattle are dexters and scottish highlands. Our dog is a herding dog. Our property is on a dead end road. We do not use pesticides or herbicides on our property.
We are on a plentiful well but would be more interested in dry farming, in particular the technique. We are not experienced farmers, but are skillful and capable people in general.
As we live on the property also, compatible work times and/or personalities are important. We expect we’d want to meet a few times before deciding a partnership/lease situation is mutually agreeable.
We are developing the property as a self-sustainable small farm.
We intend two add two small dwellings and build a self-sustaining property.
Personal small farm.
We have a well, available for farm irrigation and animal watering. We also have a stormwater pond for emergency backup.
Excellent, loamy to loamy clay-y.
Barn for hay storage and animal shelter by agreement.
Tractor, excavator. Use by agreement with owner as operator only.
The property has no current limitation.
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