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USDA Opens up a Billion-Dollar Coronavirus Rural Business Loan Program
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Line on AgricultureTraditionally death and taxes have been linked together in the form of estate taxes.
Line on AgricultureThere is a lot of complexity in the tax system for the average American.
Fruit Grower ReportFerndale Senator Doug Ericksen is behind legislation that gives Seattle the "privilege" to take the lead in environmental changes.
The Agribusiness UpdateClear up difference between yams and sweet potatoes, and J.R. Simplot acquires Pinnacle Agriculture.
Land & Livestock ReportBill will Help Preserve Family Farms
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPresident Trump's message to farmers, ranchers and ag community? I have your back!
Farm and Ranch ReportTax Credits Could Help Farmers
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAn annual survey by Democratic Senator Tim Sheldon draws surprising results for Western Washington district.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepublican Senator Doug Ericksen of Ferndale talks about the Senate bill set to raise taxes on fuel and other hazardous substances by nearly $1-billio dollars.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportState Representative Jacqueline Maycumber talks about what House Bill 1110 would mean for fuel prices and carbon emissions.
Fruit Grower ReportA Senate bill has moved to the House that would add even more fees for the farmers who hire H-2A foreign guest workers.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportSenate Bill 5438 passes in the House that would add more fees on to the tab of ag employers.
Colorado Ag TodayChanges in Tax Laws May be Coming
Land & Livestock ReportAg Producers Should Do Year-End Income Tax Planning
Fruit Grower ReportUSDA's Risk Management Agency reminds Late Fiscal Filers of the November 20th deadline.
The Agribusiness Update$60-billion more in Chinese tariffs could be on the way, and 20 Ag startups chosen for Foodbytes! London.
The Agribusiness UpdateSoil Moisture technology most overlooked by farmers, and Mexico hits U.S. pork with new tariffs.