Colorado Ag Today
Fruit Grower Report
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Vilsack Confirmed by Senate as U.S. Secretary of Agriculture
Rise in Farm Bankruptcy
Disaster Assistance Available for Producers Impacted by Severe Winter Storms
Sportsman's SpotlightGPS collars allow biologists to monitor big game animals 24/7 and better understand what drives larger populations.
The Agribusiness UpdateGrief-ridden Millennials are actually sustainability pioneers, and China's pig herd continues to drop in wake of African Swine Fever.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportOSU researchers use GPS collars to find out where grazing cattle hang out.
Line on AgricultureLooking for some new tech to help out your farming operation?
Sportsman's SpotlightDon't we all love high tech gadgets. GPS and a chip that can tell you the exact boundaries of the hunting unit that you drew.
Northwest ReportLightSquared has been blocked by the FCC but companies still hope for rural broadband...and regional potato growers are appointed to committee.
Northwest ReportThe LightSquared broadband project may be in danger...sage grouse get their day in court and Lacy discusses child labor.
Northwest ReportThe Ag Secretary pushes for safety net...LightSquared's bid fails for now and Lacy talks terrorism.
Northwest ReportEveryone seems pleased that the free trade agreements are behind us...and many ag groups are demanding resolution to a big problem.
Line on AgricultureA plan to provide coast-to-coast wireless internet may cause GPS users fits. But there may be a fix.
Line on AgricultureGetting your products to market in a timely manner has always been crucial. But if that market is on the other side of the U.S. it can present some definite challenges.