About 98% of Oregon’s farms and ranches are family owned and operated. Some are “corporate” farms because they are incorporated for tax reasons; they are however not faceless, uncaring, mega-conglomerates. It remains a generational industry. Oregon agriculture is sustainable. 1,181 Oregon farms and ranches are officially recognized as remaining operational and within the same family
Quarter over quarter between 2015 and 2016, residential properties with acreage increased in overall sales volume however the number of units decreased, as did the average number of days on the market. This is on par with the lack of overall inventory in Central Oregon. Q3 2016 produced 9 farm and ranch sales with a
Homes in Oregon are customized to suit their makers, whether or not the neighbor sees the structures as fabulous or a folly. Oregon is known for a wide array of scenery, of varied topography and everything from Tiny Homes to urban lofts, sprawling golf course estates and more. The Oregonian has recently presented the Most Expensive
Stunning Cascade Mountain Views from NW Style Home on 4.93 acres minutes from Bend. The Sun Forest Custom Home has been completely updated in the last 3 years. The home features: 4325 sf, 3 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, living room with vaulted ceilings, stone gas fireplace. The gourmet kitchen has stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, center
Oregon boasts n array of crops throughout the varied regions. This video explores the top 20 most valuable commodities.
The dabate over the growing of this, now legal crop is still raging. In unincorporated Deschutes County, cannabis is seen as a crop uniquely suited to thrive in the region’s dry, sunny landscape, sourcing prosperity from soil that has yielded little before. At the same time, the plant is seen as a threat to those