Welcome to Andrus Farms

We are a family-owned farm located on the upper Columbia River in the state of Washington. Our farm is a peaceful oasis in the midst of nature, where you can escape the stresses of everyday life and immerse yourself in the beauty of the surrounding landscape.

Fiber Products

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Homegrown & Handmade Products

Who We Are

About Us

At Andrus Farms, we are deeply committed to sustainable farming practices and believe
in preserving the land and its resources for future generations. We take great pride in
the products we offer, which include a diverse selection of animals such as Alpacas,
Llamas, sheep, and goats. We use and sell their fiber to produce luxurious yarns,
textiles, and clothing. In addition, our chickens, ducks, and turkeys provide fresh eggs.
We also grow a variety of heirloom herbs, fruits, and vegetables.

We invite you to visit Andrus Farms and experience the beauty and tranquility of
our farm. You can shop our products online or visit us in person to learn more about our
farm and what we have to offer. We look forward to sharing our love of farming with you!

Joshua and Michelle Andrus relocated their farm from Southern California to Northeast Washington, setting roots on their 27-acre forever home on the Columbia River. Despite the challenges of a 1600-mile move during a heat wave, they are excited for this new chapter in their lives.

Joshua is a passionate gardener and works to make the gardens and aquaponic systems organic, as well as caring for their land, building animal enclosures, hiking, and enjoying nature.

Let the beauty of what you love be what you do."

Discover what it means to live off the land...

Come take a tour of our farm and learn about the animals and plants that call Andrus Farms home. We also offer breeding services, workshops, and plant starts for those interested in starting their own farming journey. In addition, we have a variety of fresh produce, eggs, and handmade items for sale.

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We will be at the Copper K Festival in July 2023

We are excited to announce that Michelle Andrus will be teaching Round Reed Basket Weaving at the Copper K Festival in July! This is an amazing opportunity to learn this