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Almost 100 years old and recently restored for the 21st century, The Red Barn Farm is currently raising hens, ducks, goats, honey bees, and harvesting seasonal produce and flowers (green house coming for year-round harvesting!). We’re also a full service venue ready to be host to your next special event, and our small craft whiskey distillery and tasting room is coming soon!

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New offerings are added frequently, so check back often.

What's Happening

On The Farm

Coming Soon...

Whiskey Distillery & Tasting Room

Stay tuned to learn more about our whiskey distillery and upcoming tasting room. We have several varieties of aged whiskey, heirloom apple brandy, as well as potato vodka that will be available for purchase via our farmstand, or through our on-site tasting room. Specialty and signature cocktails for your events will also be available for adding that unique flair to your event.

Wednesdays, 4pm-8pm

The Farm Welcomes...

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Market Goers

We request that each guest wear a mask and send only one representative from each household to purchase food. Any pre-orders can be made through the Sammamish Farmers Market website and picked up by car in our drive-thru pick-up lane.
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Market Vendors

If you are interested in participating as a vendor, please contact Deb Sogge at info@sammamishchamber.org or (425) 681-4910.

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Learn More About Our Farming Practices

We combine time-tested century-old farming practices with the latest in sustainable, organic, and bio-diverse applications to bring you the freshest, cleanest, most wholesome farm fresh products available on the market. Learn more about our farming practices and what sets us apart from the rest.

Organic Agriculture

We only use organic fertilizers and hand harvest to produce the best tasting produce available.

Increased Biodiversity

We continue to expand our farm increasing the natural and biodiverse ecosystem.

Improved Symbiosis

Chickens and Ducks are social animals and we embrace that by fostering natural bonds.

Livestock Farming

We use only humane methods of harvesting eggs and milk, and are a no-kill farm.

Better Habitat

Our Chickens are pasture-raised and thrive in their natural habitat every day.

Interdependent Culture

Although we encourage our animals to be social, we also embrace each animals need for independence.

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Make Memories of a Lifetime

Saying I Do At the Farm

Our couples tell us they love tying the knot at the farm and we love helping them do it!  It is your farm for the day and we consider you a member of The Red Barn Farm family for life!  Your farm is fully equipped with everything you need for you big day: Venue? Check! Scenery? Check! Flowers? Check! Farm-to-table? Check! Decor? Check! Access to Catering? Check! 

We check all of the boxes so that you don’t have to.  Not only do we offer in-house floral and farm-to-table services for your big day on top of providing a fully decorated and equipped venue, but we have established relationships with many of the most renowned caterers in the PNW and are happy to connect you to make your day seamless.

  • Venue
  • Farm-to-table
  • Flowers
  • Engagement Shoots
  • Wedding Favors
  • Decorations

The Red Barn Farm

Farm Family

Chelsea Carrigan Dries

Executive Director

chelsea@redbarnfarm.com

Farmer John Dries

Keeper of Keys & Grounds

john@redbarnfarm.com

We Honor

The Red Barn Farm History

Cooper Dairy Farm

The Red Barn Farm was formally known as the Cooper Dairy Farm and was established in 1907 by Walter Cooper, uncle of the famous actor Gary Cooper. The dairy farm operated for over 60 years before switching to beef cattle in the late 1960s. The farmstead encompasses a gambrel-roofed hay barn built in 1925, followed by a grain silo and milk barn built in 1953. The barn was recently restored as it was in a state of eminent collapse. The renovated historic barn and farm are available to rent for events. The 100 year old heirloom apple orchard is being lovingly restored by budding the old trees to new rootstock and officially the 1st two acres are complete. Working towards an organic certification the farm is currently raising hens and has seasonal produce along with selling farm fresh eggs year round. We currently have 8 hives with hope to expand and harvest honey twice a year. The barn is a King County designated historic landmark as well as being listed a heritage barn in the state of WA.

1907

Walter Cooper establishes and begins operation of the Cooper Dairy Farm

2016

After a full restoration, King County designates The Red Barn Farm as a Historic Landmark

The Red Barn Farm

Contact

5703 208th Ave NE Redmond, WA 98053
Phone: (425) 440-0033
info@redbarnfarm.com

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