California Ag Today
The Agribusiness Update
California Tree Nut Report
Teaching Ag Technology in High School
National Groups Applaud Court Ruling in Favor of Wild Horse Gathers and Multiple-Use
Popular Livestock Analyst Gives Thoughts & Predictions on Cattle Market
David Sparks Ph.D.
California Ag TodayBalance is so important in agriculture, and nowhere is that more evident than in California’s logging industry.
Line on AgricultureThe nation's dairy herd will probably get smaller this year.
Colorado Ag TodayThe deadline for the first general sign up for the Conservation Reserve Program since 2016, is February 28th.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Auction of Washington Wines awards $15,000 industrial grant to La Casa Hogar, the Yakima Valley Adult Education Program for farmworkers.
Market LineTrade was mixed on Tuesday following Monday’s drop with not a lot of bullish news out there.
Sportsman's SpotlightOn a rifle hunt in deer season. Brian Huskey ran across a very unusual buck.
The Agribusiness UpdateNorthwest pear crop in plentiful supply, and jury awards $265-million judgement against Bayer-BASF dicamba.
Land & Livestock ReportTime is Running Out to Apply for NILE Scholarships
Farm and Ranch ReportPresident's Budget Examines Ag Issues
California Tree Nut ReportElaine Swiedler
Idaho Ag TodayNRCS Announces Application Deadline for EQIP and RCPP Sign-Ups
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportFreshman Senator Ron Muzzall's first bill, SB 6421, addresses the farm internship program to help recruit the next generation of farmers.