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Bluebird logo: a symbol of happiness in South Korea

Bluebird Brand has launched in South Korea. We have partnered with a Korean company, who is bringing our products to the Korean food marketplace. We are grateful for Washington State USDA Korean trade representatives in helping us forge this relationship. It is inspiring and enlightening to learn from another culture’s perspective and share ideas on… Continued

May Farmer Notes

Well it hasn’t been a very quiet week, or month, here at Bluebird Grain Farms.  We welcome back the wrens, the warblers, bluebirds, finches, ducks, geese while balsamroot and lupine bloom across the foothills.  April’s full “Pink Moon” brought out the coyotes as the voice of spring frogs drifted from nearby vernal pools.  As I… Continued

Julius’ fried farro & cabbage with lamb middlings

Sam and I met Chef Julius Juliusson this winter in Dalvik Iceland. Julius’ warm heart and culinary charm complemented the extraordinary landscape of the little fishing village of Dalvik. We gave Julius a bag of Bluebird Emmer Farro and he gifted us back a beautiful fried farro and cabbage dish mixed with stock and lamb… Continued

Field & Granary Tour May 25th

Join us for a field and granary tour May 25th from 2-4. Learn about our farm systems and how we process our organic ancient wheats. Memorial day weekend. Please RSVP Here. Our New Website should be launching in the next month. Keep your eye out for a new look and feel and a whole new… Continued

April Farmer Notes

Spring, spring, and more spring!  We knew it was early this year, and all the signs of that reality have been at play these past couple of weeks leading up to April.  Bluebells on the bare hillsides, bluebirds flitting in the sage.  Yellow bells on the hillsides, the yellow throat of the Meadowlark singing that… Continued

News and Announcements

Whole Day for Whole Grains Bluebird Grain Farms joined in the Whole Grains Day event on March 27th, organized by the Whole Grains Council. This global celebration aims to encourage people to enjoy whole grains in various ways. We shared over 200 lbs. of our tasty whole grain samples with different businesses and institutions across… Continued

Spelt & Sunflower Sourdough Bread

This recipe may sound complicated and time consuming, but it is quite forgiving. I like to bake the bread for dinner, so start a day ahead and make the dough, do the first rise, and put in the fridge overnight. I form the loaves in the morning and then put it back in the fridge,… Continued

March Farmers Notes

March…here with all your vagaries of weather. Truth to tell, February seemed like March month-long with robins showing up fast behind the red-winged blackbirds! I can say for certain that I never recall seeing or hearing a robin up here in February. Thank goodness March is here because I’ve seen robins in early March before…and… Continued

Spring Beet, Asparagus & Einkorn Salad

Recipe Serves 4 Ingredients 1 cup whole grain Einkorn, cooked 2 to 3 small beets, diced and roasted 3 tablespoons olive oil, divided 1 tablespoon butter or ghee 4-5 crimini mushrooms, thinly sliced 6 spears of asparagus, halved 1/2 teaspoon sea salt 1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 1 tablespoon toasted pumpkin seeds 1 1/2… Continued

February Farmer Notes

I could never have guessed that January would leave us in the same fashion it arrived: Gray, mild, soggy.  This, following our one stretch of sunshine during mid-month when temperatures dropped to 20 below zero!  My goodness, are we in North Dakota all of a sudden?  Or New England? Nope.  Still here in the “Sunny… Continued

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