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Yamhill Farm Loop
Find Oregon's Beauty and Bounty in Yamhill County
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The Yamhill Farm Loop is a self-guided farm tour route that leads you to farm stops in Oregon’s beautiful Yamhill County.

The Yamhill Farm Loop helps you locate local farms that welcome visitors. The loop includes a variety of farm stops, including farm stands with fruits and vegetables, U-pick, Lavender and herbs, pasture raised meats, flowers, farm tours, farm-to-table dinners, amazing local wines and friendly farm animals. Extend your visit in beautiful Yamhill County by booking a night or two at one of the fabulous farm stays. 

Look at the description of each farm stop to see what products and experiences they have to offer, and when farm stops are open. All the farms and wineries are family-owned. These are working farms, it’s best to check their website, Facebook, or call before you go.

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Yahmill Farm Loop Stops 2024

Eola Crest Cattle

Beef and poultry straight from the farmer. Our farm is dedicated on transparency from farm to table when it comes to all of our meats offered whether raised on our farm or raised on other farms. While visiting our store, explore our herbal tea garden, visit the animals or enjoy a cuddle with our two corgis. We also offer an inviting bed and breakfast and providing all the fixings you’ll need to serve up a truly farm fresh start to your day.

More info: 503-856-3027, 7140 SE Booth Bend Rd, McMinnville

HOURS: Wednesday-Friday noon-6, Saturday noon-5

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Source Farms

From 100% grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured poultry, forested pork, to sustainable wild-caught seafood and vegetables in season — you’ll always find deliciously good food that you can feel great about eating, no matter what you’re cooking up in the kitchen. Our partnership agreements are made with intention and every farmer who we work with already displays a steadfast commitment to doing right by people, animals, and the planet. We work with them constantly to make sure our highest standards are met in all areas of their operations and processes, every single day. We know that when you nourish the land and its inhabitants, it nourishes back. Our farmers don’t just grow food, they raise it, with community health in mind. We offer purchases of whole or fractional shares of beef, pork and lamb, as well as walk-in retail cuts. Visit us at the Farm Store for meats and seasonal vegetables, as well as non-perishables, such as local raw honey, hazelnuts, spices, dog treats, and more!

More Info: 503-730-7535, [email protected], 15713 Highway 47, Yamhill
HOURS: Open year-round, Thurs-Monday, 10a-5p

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Wayward Winds Lavender Farm

One of the largest U pick lavender fields around. Lavender plants, specialty foods, and a plethora of handcrafted lavender products. Serving lavender lemonades, sodas, teas, and sno cones. Enjoy the lavender maze and a test garden with over 100 varieties of lavender. See our website for classes and events. A lavender lover’s paradise.

More info: 503-662-0062, 17005 NE Courtney Rd. Newberg, OR 97132

HOURS: June 29 – Aug 11, 10-5 daily

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Wings and A Prayer Alpacas

Welcome to our farm!! Located in the middle of wine country, Wings and a Prayer Alpacas welcomes visitors wanting to experience alpacas and Great Pyrenees guardian dogs. Easy to find, we’re on the way to everywhere you want to be in the Willamette Valley. Established in 1998, we raise a herd of rare suri alpacas, specializing in quality and customer service. Alpacas are gentle animals, cousins to llamas, and are raised for their fiber. We also raise Great Pyrenees as herd guardians. On our farm you’ll find everything from alpacas and dogs to finished products in our store. You can also enjoy Kat’s Dahlia Patch and various other flower varieties for your pleasure! Check out Kat’s Dahlia Patch while visiting our farm. Experience a hands- on adventure and learn about alpacas in our Alpacas 101 class or take a walk on our wooded acreage, leading your own alpaca, on an AlpacaTrek! Contact Randy or Barbara today to schedule your visit and enjoy our little slice of heaven – alpacas, flowers and dogs!

More info: 503- 263-6944, 8100 S. Hwy 99W, Amity

Hosts: Barbara and Randy Coleman.

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