I am new to the farm lease concept and will continue reading and developing this listing as I learn.
My main goal is to practice regenerative agriculture with some animals in the mix including chickens, ducks and goats. Open to other husbandry possibilities although not interested in raising animals for commercial purposes.
The property is 40 acres with 1/2 mile of creek winding through it. Approx 20 flat acres with good sun and southern exposure. The rest of the property comprised of slopes of hardwoods – mainly maple, alder and oak. All fir was harvested by previous owner. I bought it in 2017 and have not done anything with it yet except move into the house with my dogs.
There is a location on the SW corner that can be easily cleared for an RV spot. If you want to live on the property you will have to work with me to clear it and provide your own RV.
I would like to have someone with regenerative agriculture experience who can start by Spring or sooner.
Deadwood Oregon has a wonderful active close knit community that thrives on gardening and home crafts.
My short goal is to practice regenerative agriculture to improve the soil with some animals in the mix including chickens, ducks and goats. Rebuild barn create some awesome multi-season gardens and greenhouse
My main goal is to build a life here that practices what I believe and includes a lot of animals!
residential with haying of pasture required to preserve fields from being overrun by blackberries and to prevent fires. Nothing has been done to build soil quality or fertilize ever that I know of. I am thinking of liming in the early Spring but would appreciate your thoughts. No pesticides have been used in many years - if ever. So organic at the very least to start.
Year round creek surrounds acreage with irrigation rights
old barn that is dry but falling apart
none that I know of. It is zoned F2
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