About Us

NW Farm Supply is a family owned retail business that opened in March, 1995. The first store was built in Hermiston, Oregon. We added a second store in Walla Walla, Washington in July, 2003 and Premier Northwest Trailer Manufacturing in December, 2004. We opened a third store in Othello, Washington in November, 2017 and are currently building a new store in Prosser, Washington with plans to open in the summer of 2018.

Our slogan at NW Farm Supply is “Products you trust, from people who care”. We carry over 20,000 items focused primarily on meeting the needs of local farmers and ranchers. By grouping our purchases with other farm stores nationally, we have access to innovative products at competitive prices. We welcome the opportunity to order supplies to help meet your needs. We also have delivery services available.

Here at NW Farm Supply we know the importance of employees who are knowledgeable and experienced in what they do. Our livestock fieldmen have extensive experience and training. Sprayer parts and pumps are emphasized at our Hermiston location and available at our other locations. Many of our employees are also bilingual.

The main product categories at NW Farm Supply include feed, fencing, livestock supplies and equipment, animal health, sprayers, hose, tanks, pumps, trailers, automotive supplies, baler twine, grass seed, and pet food and supplies. Each location has items that are specific to the needs of farmers in their area.

Our 4-H and FFA program offers discounts for youth livestock projects. We support 14 regional and local youth livestock auctions. We also hold a nutrition clinic annually to help the youth learn how to better help their animals thrive. We host an annual jackpot steer show at Hermiston where youth come from many counties and get practice showing and are able to help each other learn. We sell over 20,000 chicks annually.

Premier Northwest Trailer Manufacturing adjoins our Hermiston store. We have built over 2,500 trailers many of which are custom built to meet the needs of local producers.