Backyard Farm - Eugene, OR



We raise crickets at a small scale--for personal use--in our backyard studio.  In our backyard farm, we try to simulate conditions experienced by many individuals interested in growing small amounts of crickets for personal use.  On average we spend about 5 minutes a day maintaining this farm.

6:00 PM

Upcoming Class Sessions

All classes will be held at the Backyard Farm -  Eugene, OR.  Address will be emailed shortly after we receive your registration.  Please check your email SPAM folders if you do not hear from us.

1:00 PM

Commercial Farm - Eugene, OR

1:00 PM

Sun. Dec. 10, 2017

Class Location Descriptions

Please sign up for your desired date/time below.  To complete the registration process, you will be required to leave a $10 deposit which will be 100% refunded when you attend the class.  The deposit is required to ensure only serious participants register; we have had to start holding a deposit as we unfortunately had a high rate of registrants not showing up for their scheduled class.  

Additional Information
​Upon registration, we will contact you within 1 business day with detailed directions to the class. 

1 registration required per group/family
Classes generally take 1-2 hours. 
We do permit people to Skype into the class session. 
​If you have any additional questions, please contact us.​

Intro to Cricket Farming - Class Registration

Update:  Site currently closed.  Searching for new [commercial] location.  All classes currently being held at the Backyard Farm.

We commercially raise crickets and process them for sale for human consumption in a facility regulated by multiple groups within the Department of Agriculture.  At this facility, we house 200 batches (or 1 million crickets) and perform all aspects of cricket farming everyday.  The facility is a 2,400 ft2 non-descript warehouse in an industrial section of Eugene, OR.  Crickets are reared in just 1/2 (or 1,200 ft2) of the facility.

*All times are Pacific Time Zone (UTC - 8:00)

Sat. Jan 13, 2018

Wed. Jan 10, 2018