Every August for the last 16 years we have opened our doors and our fields to guests from not only all over the United States, but as with this year, all over the world. While things were a bit different this year from last, some things didn’t change – gratitude for our customers and partners […]
As Independence Day approaches, we think of our forefathers and the battles they fought to create this great nation and those wars that came after to keep it whole and free. Without the sacrifices of the men and women who built the United States and the continued sacrifices of those who serve today, we wouldn’t […]
Standing on the red-cinder road that runs the edges of the fields of the Running Y Ranch, you can feel the ground moving under your feet as though you’re standing on a hollow drum that someone has began slowly beating. The only grumble is from a passing potato truck, loaded down with chipping potatoes. It’s […]
Gold Dust Potato Processors is going to host a tour by the Klamath Basin Audubon Society during the 2016 Winter Wings Festival.
It’s always nice to get recognized. It’s even nicer when the recognition comes from your peers in your community! Back in November, the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce started taking nominations for its 94th Annual Chamber Awards Gala, with the nomination deadline being December 20th. While the partners were attending the annual National Potato Convention […]
We’ve finally made it to December. The driveway to Gold Dust’s packing shed is lined up with trucks, while our shed crews work hard to get them loaded with chipping potatoes and on their way. Yes, it’s busy, but that doesn’t mean we can’t take a little time during the holiday season to have a […]
A little over a month after beginning, potato harvest comes to an end.
From the fields to the sheds, Gold Dust and Walker Brothers are buzzing. It’s time to harvest the potatoes and grain!
It’s been an odd spring. With that said, the only thing that’s consistent in the Klamath Basin is the fact the weather and seasons are never consistent. The extremely mild winter combined with the warmer temps of this spring are greening our winter wheat and alfalfa crops. While the already-planted crops are putting the grow on, our other grain […]
Last fall doesn’t seem very far away. The fields at the Running Y Ranch were busy, full of equipment cutting hay and grain and getting the fields ready to dig potatoes. Before long bulkers were filling spud trucks, which headed to Malin to store the potatoes for shipping season. Occasionally, the ground would seem to […]