Land & Livestock Report
Who's Going to Grow Food
New Sensor Technology Coming for Beekeepers
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportHop production is flat this year, but gives plenty of reason to look forward to 2020.
The Agribusiness UpdateExtra rain in California means large lemons this year, and NASS finds farm internet is still far from universal.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportOregon State University researchers are on the cutting edge of a critical study of the flavor contributions from different varieties of barley in craft brewing.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Northwest hops industry continues to thrive.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThis year's Asparagus Festival & Brews is coming up this weekend at Middleton Six Sons Farms just east of Pasco.
Line on AgricultureYou are what you drink.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportOSU researchers find health benefits from hops, but beer lovers warned can't be derived from your favorite brew.
The Agribusiness UpdateU.S. to keep pressing China on intellectual property safeguards, and Anheuser-Busch discovering what corn syrup shaming does in Super Bowl beer ads.
Land & Livestock ReportBarley Growers Meet in Washington, DC
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington hops industry continues to grow in response to demand.
Idaho Ag TodayPreserving hops by freezing them.
Line on AgricultureDr. Patrick Hayesworks with a number of craft breweries in an attempt to develop new varieties.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportNW Hop growers expand to meet global demand.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportNorthwest hop growers are keeping up with worldwide demand.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington hop growers enjoy another successful harvest season.