Horse Powered Produce

Growing Practices

We grow strictly organic, although we choose not to be certified. We spread rich compost, plant cover crops, spray beneficial compost teas and grow flowers for beneficial insects. We use limited fossil fuels by powering our farm mostly by horse and human power.


Artichokes, basil, beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, celeriac, chard, cilantro, cucumbers, eggplant, fava beans, fennel, garlic, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, lettuce, specialty heirloom melons, oregano, parsley, parsnips, pea shoots, peppers, potatoes, radicchio, radish, raspberries, salad mix, scallions, spinach, summer squash, sunchokes, sweet peas, tomatoes, thyme, turnips and winter squash.


Leila Schneider and Chandler Briggs

Farm Info

Hayshaker Farm is an eight acre farm in College Place, seeking to grow high quality, nutritious, delicious and diverse produce for the local community using ecologically minded and organic practices. Hayshaker Farm focuses on a triple bottom line, taking care of our environmental, human, and financial components for a sustainable farm business. We sell direct to consumers, restaurants and grocery stores. We also seek to pass on knowledge that has been generously shared with us by offering internships and apprenticeships for young folks seeking to learn the art of farming. We employ the use of draft power to help us in the field work. Dusty and Jackson are our teammates; they enjoy cultivating long rows, rolling in the dirt and munching on fresh spring grass.