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WEEKEND UPDATE! 6/25/2021 - 6/27/2021

With the excessive heat warning ⚠️ headed our way, we have some updates to share. Incoming harvests are limited, so unfortunately we will not be accommodating any new orders. Please see our hours for Friday through Sunday below, and if you have any question...

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OPENING WEEKEND - Saturday, June 5th!
We are looking forward to sharing this season with you at the farm. The season always begins with the beloved strawberry. Flats, 1/2 flats and pints available! The farm stand will offer a small selection of other produce and goods - come see for yourself!

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Hey, just a quick post here to let you know we will be opening on June, 5th 2021.

We had some messages recently that have had some confusion on when we will be open. We're just a small family farm and we use Google My Business to maintain an online presence, as well as Facebook and Instagram.

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Hello, friends and neighbors!
We are so happy to begin accepting CSA orders for the 2021 Season.
We were able to revive our program last year, and even though it was a... unusual year, to say the least, we are extremely proud of our CSA efforts.
Full 2021 CSA Share
Full Share: $500 = $25 value,...

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2020 T-Shirt Campaign is here!

Dec 13, 2020 – Apr 4, 2021

Join our 2nd Annual "Friends Of The Farm" campaign. We are offering a twist on the tried and true, original farm crowd funding, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). Purchase one of these handsome, locally crafted, T-Shirts and get 10% off ALL your purchases at the Farmstand and the Cook Shack i...

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Our traditional carved pumpkin extravaganza is back!

In light of these challenging times, we've brought back the Night Walk!

We have all this space and we'd like to invite you to come and enjoy an anxiety free Halloween experience.

We ask for $5 for adults. And that just goes to pay our carvin...

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Celebrate Fall Harvest!
Pumpkins, Apples, Cider and lots more!
October 17th and 18th, from 9AM - 6PM

This year will look quite different, but we can ensure it'll be a celebration to remember.

More details will follow, but please remember this:
- NO ANIMALS ALLOWED -
*Masks are required for...

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Happy Hour on the Lawn!!

Aug 16, 2020 – Aug 16, 2020

Smoky hot wings, cold beer (@breaksidebrews Wanderlust IPA) and @nobleestatewinery wines!

Hard lemonade with your choice of a full bar! I highly recommend @dogwooddistilling DL Franklin vodka with Patrick's Black Cherry Lemonade!

The Union Gin is fantastic with the Raspberry Thyme Lemonade or...

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Patrick's tasting notes!

2019 Noble Estate Rose Pinot Noir
A wonderful PNW rose wine. Reminscent of the tart strawberry offerings from Provence. Light acidity and a nicely balanced mild sweetness.

2018 Noble Estate Pinot Gris
There's a reason the South Willamette is mad for pinot gris! A sweet ...

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Testimonials

a week ago
Swung by for Sat lunch under majestic 100 year old walnut trees. The from- scratch berry lemonade and home made berry ice cream were to die for. We bought a container of bing cherries that were crunchy, sweet, and juicy... just the way we like them!
- C-Q C
5 months ago
The Hentze Family Farm is one of the most authentically Oregon experiences on can have. My wife Sumiyo and I were privileged to be neighbors to Mr. and Mrs. Hentze, and their son Gordon from 96 to 06. What great neighbors they were! Pay them a visit. Their produce is inexpensive and farm fresh. With love from Japan. Hope to see you again Gordon!
- Tom B
2 years ago
Love this farm...the people are so personable nad truly cater to the individual person or group
- Trich P

Our Story

Johan Hentze established the family farm in the South Willamette Valley (Junction City) in 1902.
There have been a few different paths the family has chosen over the past century, dairy, grass seed, etc.
Right now we focus on our orchard work, our farmstand and our small barn factory which has one of the only cherry pitters in the county. We also have a corn cutter and a bean snipper. Home canners have come to rely on us for their bags of cut corn and washed, snipped and cut green beans to stock their pantry for the winter.

We also have a bit of agro-tourism here. We've done the pumpkin patch, with tractor rides, for years. And, weather permitting, we'll do a "Night Walk". Kind of a "haunted pasture". This features hundreds of carved pumpkin Jack O' Lanterns (Yes, we would love for you to volunteer to carve!!). This led to folks inquiring about hot cocoa and snacks, etc.

Almost 15 years ago we constructed a food trailer for concessions and parked it on our lawn near a canopy of 100 year old walnut trees. So we hold a few events and farm dinners every year. Easter Egg Hunt, Annual Cherry Festival, and an Oktoberfest. We try and schedule a few farm dinners sprinkled throughout. Always leaning on our amazing sister farms here in the Valley.

That, in turn, has opened the door for event hosting. This will be our first year of hosting wedding on our farm. Well, wedding outside the extended family.

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  • (541) 998-8944

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30045 Hentze Lane
Junction City, OR 97448
United States

Business Hours

Mon:11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tue:Closed
Wed:Closed
Thu:Closed
Fri:1:00 – 6:00 PM
Sat:9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Sun:Closed
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