Welcome to the Moxee dirt diaries. We feel it is important to share our experiences with our customers, friends, and anybody interested in what we are up to. We hope you enjoy our stories and please stay as long as you want. Thank you!

Fresh Centennials...
September 7, 2015

wet hop…. ready for Brewery pick up!

Wildfire Firefighter Donations!
August 26, 2015

Donations will be taken at the Front Street Fire House in Yakima until noon on Friday... They will then be delivered and directly distributed to firefighters in Okanogan County.

Farms Certified For Clean Water & Habitat Restoration
August 18, 2015

Roy Farms named in Salmon-Safe/Deschutes Brewery’s new marketing flyer on “Farms Certified For Clean Water & Habitat Restoration”...

July 29, 2015

Leslie Roy... CEO of Roy Farms & International Hop Growers’ Convention (I.H.G.C.) President keeping up foreign relations...

Good Morning Guttation!
July 23, 2015

Guttation:  is the exudation of drops of xylem sap on the tips or edges of leaves of some vascular plants, such as grasses. Guttation is not to be confused with dew, which condenses from the atmosphere onto the plant surface.

Harvest Continues Another Ten Nights...
July 22, 2015
July 20, 2015

to our friends at Terrapin Brewing Company (Brandon, Spike, Brian, Leah) for the great Terrapin Swag! The Terrapin Wayfarer Sun Glasses were a big hit and look great on our tractor crew, Thank you!!

U.S. senator visits Yakima for water management plan...
July 7, 2015


Featuring our very own Mark Roy, highlighting their work on the Yakima River Basin Integrated Water Resource Management Plan, which focuses on finding a balance between sustaining agriculture water supply and conservation of natural habitat. This is a great example of resource management and environmental stewardship!

We're going to beat the heat...
July 2, 2015

by pickig at night for the next three weeks!!

The Yakima Basin Integrated Plan
June 25, 2015

Last summer, we participated in the making of a film highlighting different community members who support the Yakima River Basin Integrated Plan and how that plan affects them as an individual and/or the sect of the community that they represent. The Yakima River Basin Integrated Plan is a strategy that attempts to find balance between water sourcing and usage for the surrounding community and its agricultural partners and natural habitat that it supports, while conserving it as a resources and preserving its quality for the future of all who depend on it. We are proud to partner with our peers to help support this plan. 

This is a great example of how we can implement our vision as stewards of our community and our environment!

Vision Statement

To consistently improve agriculture for the good of all stakeholders, without compromise

Guiding Principles

  • Human and Food Safety
  • Community and Environmental Stewardship
  • Employee Empowerment, Innovation and Creativity

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