Apples and orchard fruits for proven success

Apples, grapes and now blueberries are proven crops in this region, but there are many more option for you to consider. Learn more about various options from these state agencies and commissions: http://www.WashingtonWine.org http://www.WABlueberryComm.org http://www.NWcherries.com http://www.BestApples.com http://www.WAStateFruit.com http://www.Agr.WA.gov

Potatoes, onions and other row crops for quick returns

Root crops, such as potatoes and onions, are tried and true options to quickly generate income. Also consider extending the growing season with a winter wheat or other cold season crop. Learn more about various options from these state agencies and commissions: http://www.Potatoes.com http://www.WAwg.org http://www.agr.WA.gov

In the heart of Horse Heaven Hills AVA

“Two-thirds of the (wine grape) acreage is planted to red wine grapes and one-third to white wine grapes. For reds, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot dominate. Whites are almost evenly split between Chardonnay and Riesling.” –www.WashingtonWine.org Learn more: http://www.WashingtonWine.org http://www.HorseHeavenHillsWineGrowers.org Wikipedia.org/Horse_Heaven_Hills_AVA

A long growing season

Getting the greatest productivity from your investment may be as simple as finding the right winter wheat crop. Learn more about various options from these state agencies and commissions: http://www.WAwg.org http://www.agr.WA.gov

Neighbored by irrigation successes

Getting the greatest productivity from your investment may be as simple as finding the right winter wheat crop. Learn more about various options from these state agencies and commissions: http://www.WAwg.org http://www.agr.WA.gov

At a glance…

  • Nearly 3,000 acres of prime agricultural land with organic production capability
  • 17,000 acre feet of non-interruptable Columbia River water for place you can turn to during drought
  • Highly sought-after Horse Heaven Hills location
  • Long (March – November), temperate growing seasons with potential to grow multiple crops per year
  • Prime soils
  • Excellent proximity to nearby processing facilities and major distribution centers in Prosser and Tri-Cities, Washington
  • Warehouse, storage and non-crop agricultural possibilities
  • Highly flexible long-term lease opportunity to provide a competitive return on investment