GRAHAM FAMILY FARM
We are a veteran family owned small farm located east of the Cascades near Yakima, Washington.
We live the homestead life growing food for the family and livestock, canning, homemade meals, doing our own farm equipment and auto repairs, and crafts to trade.
This is not a how to website, but is a website that sometimes shows how we do things. We have daily post about farm life, the Central Washington Ag Museum, and journeys around Eastern Washington.
The farm is open by appointment only. We do host events on the farm for those who sign up in advance. To find our events click, “Upcoming” in the website menu.
The Graham Family tries to give everyone a great experience for what we host and volunteer. Our family loves to be part of the event and dresses the part at times.
QUALITY AND SERVICE
The Graham Family works hard to give the best service we can. If you are not happy, we will try to make it right.
The Graham Family
The Graham Family Farm dream started off in 1994 when Clay and Lisa got married. The plan was to grow our own food and have a lot of children. We started off by growing our own vegetables and raised livestock on other people’s land in the Puyallup and Graham Area. We moved from Puyallup to a hay farm in Selah we rented in March 1998 with our son Hank and brought over our livestock from the Dome Ranch in Graham. After the last cutting of hay in 1998 we bought a place in Gromore and built Ceg Ranch and the Field of Dreams Arena. We started the Gromore Rodeo Association and hosted ten Children’s rodeos a year for four years. In 2002 we adopted our daughter at 2 years old and then had three boys in a row. In 2009 we bought the place we are now in Selah and called it Graham Family Farm.
More About The Graham Family Farm
We are a small farm in Selah, Washington. Our website is about our life on the farm, offroad, overlanding, the Central Washington Ag Museum, the Central Washington Antique Farm Equipment Club, and things around Eastern Washington.
The Graham Family has had a few farms/ranches over the years. In those years we have had horses, donkeys, cows, pigs, llamas, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys and ducks. We held many kid rodeos and was a sheep stock contractor. We have grown hay, fruit, and vegetables.
We have been at this Selah location since June 2009. The soil has not been very good to us for growing food. We have been working to make it better for many years. Chicken farming here has been tough too with neighborhood dogs and a raccoon killing them.
Since moving here in 2009 we have been very busy doing things taken time from the work we need to do on the farm. We were heavy in the community with the Selah Chamber of Commerce, Selah Downtown Association, Selah Cub Scout 276, Selah Boy Scouts 275, Selah Covenant Church, and Selah Tourism. We also ran our food business Selah Sweets/Selah Sausage/EWE Chuckwagon from 2014 – 2022. Plus we have been hosting offroad and overland events since May 2004. We still host them but not as many. Now in 2023 it is time to focus on the farm.
CegPics.com & Ceg-TV.com are owned and ran by the Graham Family / Graham Family Farm. “Ceg” is the initials of the founder & his 4 sons. GrahamFamilyFarmNW.com is this same website. ForestWatchVP.org is a page on this website. EasternWashingtonOffRoad.com is a page on the website.
This website has covered all kinds of things and events since 2004. Like our farm, our businesses, off road, camping, overland, sightseeing trips, community events, the Central Washington Ag Museum, and much more.
The Graham Family Farm website CegPics.com has thousands of photos of outdoor recreation events we have hosted and things we have seen over the years.
Eastern Washington Off Road is ran by Graham Family Farm / Graham Family –
In 2004 Clay started an online forum called, “Eastern Washington Off Road” on our farm’s website CegRanch.com to find others to do motorized outdoor recreation with. A lot of events came from the forum. The Graham Family as “Eastern Washington Off Road” hosted many events for forum members and for the clubs they created. Forum members also posted up events by their clubs and groups. The forum became huge and cost a lot to run. Sponsors were brought in to help cover the web server cost. Facebook came along and people moved there because it was easier to post photos and it has many more features where their families could see what they do. The forum sponsors pulled out since they did not see many posting on the forum. The forum was shut down due to the high cost and no sponsors. The forum was removed from the Graham Family’s website. Most of the old event reports with photos were saved on the WordPress blog part of the website.
The name of the outdoor recreation webpage was changed a few times over the years due to the main club attached to it. There is no longer a club hooked to the webpage due to a few causing problems. As of March 2023 we are back to where we started in 2004, just hosting fun free to attend events for whoever wants to come along (that behaves). We just ask for everyone to sign up for events in advance and then follow the rules of the land we are on. All guest must be approved due to past problem people.