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Farming takes many shapes and sizes in Oregon. Learn how to start a small farm, try out the organic fertilizer and crop cover calculator, connect with other small farmers, or find out about upcoming small farm events. Watch a short video about a recent farmers market in Corvallis, Oregon to see how some small farm owners sell their food.
Oregon State ranks seventh worldwide in agriculture and forestry
Oregon State University has been recognized as a world-class center in agriculture and forestry, ranking seventh in a new international survey of more than 200 schools.
NEW. Understand the biology and habits of voles and gophers before management begins.
This new publication shows how to handle, store and compost manure, and reduce negative effects on the environment. Printable PDF and audio files.
A successful direct farm marketing business requires knowing and understanding effective marketing and management practices.
Laboratory soil tests will help you develop and maintain more productive soil, which is an essential part of any successful small farm.
Consider your resources, the land available, and your level of interest before deciding to engage in the cattle business.
The key to a healthy small-acreage horse farm is to recognize that horses, grass, manure, soil, and water are interconnected.
Often, when people buy a small farm they simply want someone to tell them what they can “do” with it.
How to germinate seeds and grow them into healthy plants.
I maintain a fairly productive compost pile that I use to replenish my raised beds each year. This year, I have a large number of plants (mainly squash and tomatoes) that have come up in beds where this compost was used. Someone told me that it might be dangerous to eat veggies from these seeds that I assume did not get completely broken down in the composting process. Maybe something to do with excessive nitrogen levels? Is this true, or are these veggies safe to eat?