REH Co

REH Co is a family farm owned and operated by Greg & Julie Hart just a few miles east of Connell. They incorporated in 1973 but their family has been in Connell for over 100 years. They are dryland wheat farmers. As farmers don’t run on “business hours” but rather on “Farmer hours” – so the schedule of the year and weather. Their harvest time is July/August and runs anywhere from 2 ½ to 4 weeks long. They have 2 full time employees who help with daily farming operations and 1 seasonal employee.

REH Co. expanded 2 years ago when Gregg took over farm ground and equipment from his cousin’s farm John Hart. That expansion nearly doubled what they farm yearly. They farm now approximately 6,500 acres a year. As mentioned this is a family farming operation, Gregg made the decision to come back and farm when he was in college and took over from his dad, Richard E Hart in 1987. REH got its name from the initials of Gregg’s dad Richard.

REH Co and Gregg & Julie Hart have always been great supporters of Connell and the community. They have been chamber members and supporters of events, support local businesses as much as they can, support the schools and their church throughout different events and also offer scholarships to juniors/seniors yearly. Gregg encourages his employees to be active in the community and support the community as well – as this community is what makes them enjoy and appreciate living here and he wants to give back, so others will follow the lead and do the same.

Gregg & Julie have raised their 3 kids here in Connell and now have 6 grandkids that they enjoy spending time with both here on the farm and going to visit them. They look forward to spending more time with the grandkids as the years go by.

ConnellWA.com

Contact Info

PO BOX 156 Connell, WA

  • Untitled
    Won one, lost one today in our double header with Naches. Good job boys!! 8-2 on the season so far!! Go Eagles!!! 4 days ago, CHSEagles -- Delivered by Feed43 service
  • Untitled
    Tough losses in our double header against Naches today. Good effort though ladies. You're playing well this year so far!! 4 days ago, CHSEagles -- Delivered by Feed43 service
  • Untitled
    Congrats to our Cross Country teams. Our girls took 2nd place and our boys are district champions!! Dallin Price won the individual title for the boys!! Way to finish the season so well!!! Go Eagles!!! 🦅🦅🦅 about 1 month ago, CHSEagles -- Delivered by Feed43 service
  • Untitled
    Congrats to our Volleyball Girls!!! District Champs!!! Way to play ladies!!! Go Eagles!!! 🦅🦅🦅 28 days ago, CHSEagles -- Delivered by Feed43 service
  • Untitled
    Due to hazardous roads and continued bad weather, all students in the North Franklin School District will participate in remote instruction Tuesday, February 16th. There will be no in-person instruction and no food service Tuesday, February 16th, 2021. 2 months ago, NFSD -- Delivered by Feed43 service
  • Mesa fire doused April 15, 2021
    MESA - Franklin County fire crews responded to a small brush fire Wednesday evening, April 14, getting it under control in minutes. Thick, billowing smoke and flames could be seen from U.S. Highway 395 as crews responded and quickly doused the flames. Details of the fire were not immediately...
  • Moses Lake Gun Show set for this weekend April 15, 2021
    MOSES LAKE - Firearms enthusiasts will gather this weekend for the Moses Lake Gun Show. The event runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Grant County Fairgrounds, 3953 Airway Drive N.E. Organizer Ron Warren said it is the first of two Northwest Gun Shows events coming […]
  • Smiley to challenge Sen. Murray April 14, 2021
    PASCO - A local veterans advocate has announced her candidacy for U.S. Senate. Republican Tiffany Smiley, 38, of Pasco, will challenge incumbent Sen. Patty Murray, R-Shoreline, in the 2022 election. Smiley is a nurse and has been active advocating for wounded veterans since her husband, Scotty Smiley, was wounded and blinded by a suicide bomber […]
  • Gov. Inslee to sign bill to replace Whitman statues today April 14, 2021
    OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee is expected to sign a bill today that would begin the process of removing statues of perhaps the state's most prominent figure from the Capitol building and the National Statuary in Washington, D.C. The governor has called an 11:30 a.m. signing ceremony, where he will sign House Bill 1372 into […]
  • Pasco police catch knife-wielding robber April 13, 2021
    PASCO – Edgar Ortiz Hernandez was allegedly interrupted stealing from a Pasco home by the victim and then cut the victim with a knife. Ortiz Hernandez, 32, was booked into the Franklin County Jail for robbery in the first degree, assault in the second degree, burglary in the first degree, and theft in the second […]

Copyright 2002-2020 CONNELLWA.COM

All Rights Reserved.