Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • NRCS and Cattle

    The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service has initiated a program in which funding has been made available available to crop producers in an effort to increase irrigation efficiency.

  • Cost Efficiency of Drones

    Until recently, professionally flown drones flying over agricultural land in the United States were not allowed by the FAA.

  • Equipment Adjustment

    The last thing you want to do irrespective of the size of your yield is lose corn after all that work and money producing it.

  • Forest Service Hiring

    U.S. Forest Service plans to hire more than 600 temporary positions across the Rocky Mountain Region in 2016.

  • NRCS in Oregon

    It would appear that everywhere you look, the USDA is bending over backwards to improve wildlife conditions.

  • $40 Million to Sage Grouse

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the availability of $40 million to help ranchers.

  • Animal Agriculture Alliance 2

    Observations were taken away from the 34th annual Animal Rights National Conference.

  • Animal Agriculture Alliance 1

    The Animal Agriculture Alliance ( a pro animal agriculture group) released a report that details observations from the 34th annual Animal Rights National Conference

  • Barley Beer Varieties

    Dr. Patrick Hayes, head of OSU’s barley breeding program works with a number of craft breweries.

  • Workplace Culture

    How Healthy is Your Workplace Culture?

  • Mycotoxins

    A wet spring and a late dry season took its toll on the 2015 North America crop, producing irregularities in plant growth.

  • Deere Stone Stopper

    The John Deere people put out a product reveal.

  • Evapotransporation in Texas

    As Texas, California, even many states in the great Northwest where we rarely think of water as being a problem, face challenges in securing water, many are looking to private working lands.

  • Flower Bee Killers

    Despite their beauty, flowers can pose a grave danger to bees by providing a platform of parasites to visiting bees.

  • Drone Temperature Taking

    Use of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, is increasing in agriculture as farmers find new ways to use the technology.

  • Verdesian Life Sciences

    Verdesian Life Sciences’ website has a pretty lofty standard in that it says they support the visionaries who make new ideas possible for agriculture.

  • Kelly and Tommy

    We set Kelly and Tommy Allen of our Ag Information of the West team, loose at an ag convention.

  • Millennials and Beef

    Millennials are the demographic cohort following Generation X.

  • Off Farm Income

    Matt Brechwald wanted to own a farm and, like many farmers, he had to find another source of income outside the farm to supplement his operation.

  • Seafood Laboratory

    Christina DeWitt is the Director of the Seafood Laboratory

  • Crop King

    Hydroponics, simply defined, is the growing of plants in a water and fertilizer solution containing the necessary nutrients for plant growth.

  • Farming Deer

    Ranching deer or ranching beef.

  • Contagious Pollinators

    With some 20,000 bee species, it is a surprise that only recently has research in pollinator health considered the interactions between bee species.

  • Enlist

    Things to ponder through the winter.

  • Erasing Autism

    Shauna K.Young is a naturopathic doctor from Colorado who wrote a book entitled " Erasing Autism”.

  • Navigating Nutrition Prices

    The changing landscape in beef production.

  • Bio-fuel Frenzy

    U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced more specifics regarding the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Biofuel Infrastructure Partnership.

  • Palouse Conservation

    Signup closes November 20th for landowners in the Palouse Watershed. Funds are available to improve soil, water, and habitat.

  • Vet Help

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded more than $4.5 million to 49 American veterinarians.

  • FSA Elections

    FSA County Committee Elections to BeginFarmers and Ranchers Have a Voice in Local Farm Program Decisions

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