Growers

Northwest Hazelnut Company Receiving Stations

Other affiliated receiving stations available from Vancouver B.C. to Lane County, Oregon.

Alvadore Receiving Station
90867 Railroad Street
Alvadore, OR  97409
(541) 688-3857

 

Aurora Receiving Station
19988 Hwy 99E
Aurora, OR  97002
(503) 982-8030

 

Bush’s Fernview Farms
90536 Territorial Road
Junction City, OR  97448
(541) 935-4083

 

Chapin Dehydrating
2161 Waconda Road
Gervais, OR  97206
(503) 393-6327

 

Christenson Receiving Station
1835 NW Waterfront Street
Newberg, OR  97132

 

Eagleview Processors
47715 Ballam Road
Chilliwack, BC V2P 6H5
(604) 792-7488

 

George Packing Company
15195 NE Ribbon Ridge Road
Newberg, OR  97132
(503) 537-9606

 

Gingerich Farms
29995 S. Elisha Road
Canby, OR  97013
(503) 651-3742

 

Gnome Hazelnut Factory
7505 Windsor Island Road
Salem, OR 97303
(541) 551-8585

 

Jack Scott Dryers
1769 Franklin Street
Lebanon, OR 97355
(541) 259-1547

Kauer Farms
7325 SE Amity Dayton Hwy
Amity, OR 97101
(503) 835-1006

 

Kohlmeyer Orchards
11706 SW Spring Hill Road
Gaston, OR  97119
(435) 232-3509

 

Kropf Farms
24305 Powerline Road
Harrisburg, OR 97446
(541) 995-8362

 

Lance Kirk
4205 Wigrich Road
Independence, OR  97351
(541) 936-0896

 

Lewis Farms
46100 NW Strohmayer Road
Forest Grove, OR  97116
(503) 593-6306

 

Mid Valley Ag Dryers
7550 65th Ave NE
Brooks, OR  97309
(503) 551-4507

 

Miller Dehydrator
256 Bethel Drive
Eugene, OR 97402
(541) 688-5281

 

Pierce & Sons
24175 NE Dayton Avenue
Newberg, OR  97132
(503) 538-2363

 

Venell Farms
30742 Venell Lane
Corvallis, OR  97333
(541) 990-7699

 

JRW Farms
37990 Gilkey Road
Scio, OR 97374
(503) 932-1854

Growing Hazelnuts in the Pacific Northwest
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Introduction

Hazelnuts, sometimes called filberts, have a long and fascinating history. The name filbert probably derived from the German term vollbart (full beard) in reference to some hazelnut varieties in which the husk entirely covers the nut. However, some people believe the name derives from St. Philibert, whose feast is celebrated on August 20, about the time the earliest hazelnuts ripen in England. In the Pacific Northwest, we grow…

Hazelnut Varieties

The tables in this publication summarize characteristics of the main hazelnut varieties produced commercially in the United States, list varieties’ susceptibility to eastern filbert blight (EFB), and show varieties’ compatibility with each other for pollination. Barcelona is the principal hazelnut variety grown in the Pacific Northwest, accounting for more than 60% of the acreage in Oregon. It is used in both the kernel market…


For more information, please visit the Oregon State University Extension Service