CENTURY FARMS

WHEAT, CANOLA, and RECLAMATION GRASS FARMED IN
NORTHERN IDAHO AND EASTERN WASHINGTON

Building Robust Farms with Sustainable Methods

The Palouse area of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho has long been home to the highest yielding wheat acres in the United States. Not just a robust wheat environment, the Palouse also caters well to crops such as alfalfa, grass seed, chickpeas, lentils, barley, and canola. For the last decade, Century Farms has operated roughly 20,000 dryland acres in the Inland Northwest. This venture has created agriculture jobs that bolster the local economy and allow us to build a strong farming portfolio while practicing sustainable farming methods.

Century Farms manager, Ross Jordan, is a fourth-generation farmer on the Palouse and keeps a steady eye on the decision-making process for the land we farm and our crop production. Century Farms practices no-till farming and focuses primarily on producing commodities like wheat and canola. 

At Century Farms, we are dedicated to fostering a solid future for the farming communities of the Inland Northwest. We do this by investing in the next generation of farmers by providing employment opportunities and bringing land ownership back to our region. We’re always looking to expand our farming operations through added opportunity. If you’d like to learn more about Century Farms, don’t hesitate to reach out.