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Fruit Grower ReportPear Bureau Northwest is asking #WhatsInYourFruitBowl for a third straight year during March, National Nutrition Month.
Fruit Grower ReportDecember is National Pear Day, but December 8th is World Pear Day and Pear Bureau Northwest has an around-the-world celebration planned.
The Agribusiness UpdatePresident says he may get the trade deal with China done before election, and Twitter #FairCattleMarkets pits ranchers against packers.
Land & Livestock ReportCattlemen Urged to Tweet Trump #FairCattleMarkets
The Agribusiness UpdateCalifornia navel oranges are slightly smaller this year, and Ranchers are being encouraged to Tweet President Trump to voice their frustration.
Fruit Grower ReportIt's probably not shocking news, but Northwest Pears are chalk full of health benefits!
Fruit Grower ReportFebruary is American Heart Month and March is National Nutrition Month, and USA Pears can relate to both.
The Agribusiness UpdateTrade talks with China spark optimism in soybean circles, and Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue praises EPA and Corps of Engineers pledge to repeal and replace WOTUS rule.
The Agribusiness UpdatePETA calling for end to "speciesism" in our speech, and Microsoft working to connect more rural Americans with "Airband Initiative."
Fruit Grower ReportWorld Pear Day kicks off National Pear Month on Saturday, December 1st.
Fruit Grower ReportThe many health benefits of Northwest Pears.
The Agribusiness UpdateJudge rules Glyphosate cancer trial can move forward, and Oregon ranchers get Presidential pardons for Malheur National Wildlife Refuge 2016 takeover.
Fruit Grower ReportDuring February American Heart Health Month and March National Nutrition Month, Pear Bureau Northwest reminds us of the nutritional value in pears.
Fruit Grower ReportNational Pear Month kicks off December with World Pear Day.
Fruit Grower ReportDecember kick's off National Pear Month with World Pear Day.
Colorado Ag TodayIn this new age the traditional way of advertising beef doesn't work.
Northwest ReportThe old ballgame just went high tech...honeybee producers can now get some financial help for losses...bile acids may be a key in colon cancer and Lacy looks at some old fashioned gardening.
Food ForethoughtHow do you make a connection between the farm and the plate. Social media just might be the answer.