Again this year, Middleton Six Sons Farm has hay for sale! Near the end of May, we’ll be ready to load you up or deliver (Monday through Saturday) Alfalfa in bales, Alfalfa Grass bundles and Teff Hay are available. Big bales are available if you prefer them.
As always, we guarantee the quality of our hay. If it’s not acceptable, you can return it and we’ll replace it. Look for 2019 prices to be posted in May, or call 509.547.5668 for more information!
|3x4 Alfalfa Bales||$130||$130|
|2T Alfalfa Bales||$10||$10|
|Alfalfa Grass Bundle||$160||$160|
|3x4 Alfalfa Grass Big Bale||$130||$130|
|2T Straw Bales||$5||$5|
|2T Straw Bundle||$70||$70|
|Big Bale Straw||$40||$40|
Fresh Asparagus Stand
Every autumn, along about harvest time, Middleton Six Sons Farm hosts a fall festival geared to families – and especially to kids! For nearly a month, the big cornfield maze is open, the hayrides are rolling and kids can pick their favorite pumpkin right out of the field.
The 2019 Asparagus Fest & Brews festival is coming up quick! The evening of May 11th, to be exact. If you’ve never tried asparagus ice cream, this is your chance! Presented by the Washington State Asparagus Commission and the Pasco Chamber of Commerce at
The Middletons have a tradition of farming. Bill and Cinda’s grandparents and parents were farmers in California and Nebraska before moving to North Pasco to farm in the “blocks.”
In 1974, after trying his hand at other careers, Bill decided that it was time to continue the family tradition. The only problem was that all he had was $100 and a pickup. With drive, determination, and the knowledge from generations before, he began to thrive.
Bill married Cinda in 1976, and together they took up farming. In 1979 they purchased a patch of hilly sagebrush and developed it into a farm producing asparagus, hay, corn, wheat, alfalfa seed and green peas. Over the years the farm was expanded to 840 owned acres and 1700 rented acres.
They consider their greatest blessing to be their family: six sons, six daughters-in-law and thirteen grandchildren. The farming tradition continues into yet another generation: son Keith has his own farm in Central Oregon and sons Matt and Scott farm with Bill and Cinda.
Bill & Cinda Middleton
Scott and Angie Middleton
Matt and Hayley Middleton