Idaho Ag Today
Washington State Farm Bureau Report
Teaching Ag Technology in High School
Trucking Companies Squeezed by Lack of Qualified Drivers
Bayer Applauds EPA's Glyphosate Study and Celery Sales High
David Sparks Ph.D.
Fruit Grower ReportLadybugs from Northwest Beneficials can help tree fruit growers fight some common pests.
The Agribusiness UpdateThe sale of organic ag sales continues to move higher, and China to keep buying U.S. soybeans and pork.
Fruit Grower ReportMillennials get a lot of grief, but they are an important demographic for marketing fruits and vegetables.
The Agribusiness UpdateEarly estimates set Midwest flood damage in the billions, and Corn Syrup war between beer companies goes to court.
Fruit Grower ReportValent USA and Pace International work together to help tree fruit industry with "Bud to Box" program.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportBASF portfolio grows with more than $9-billion worth of assets acquired during the Bayer-Monsanto merger.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington apple growers happy with this year's crop, but worried about the market amid trade wars.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportA backup plan from Representative Dan Newhouse could halt the spill increase over Lower Columbia and Snake River dams.
Colorado Ag TodayBig companies can sometimes distance themselves from their customers but one company is getting into the middle of them.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWheat harvest in the state below the five year average, but demand remains strong.
Food ForethoughtHow many people who frequent fast food restaurants are actually factoring in healthy eating and calorie count?
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Local Choice Food Box, a community supported agriculture program, continues to grow their produce choices, membership, and delivery area each year.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThere are several reasons farmers choose to sell at farmers markets.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPredatory birds consuming endangered upper Columbia River steelhead smolts, and wheat reps to discuss GM wheat strain with Japanese customers.
Food ForethoughtPet owners love their animals, but to bring them into grocery stores and restaurants is a bad judgement call.
Northwest ReportA number of malnourished horses have been rescued...the USDA plans on continuing making strides for the future and Lacy discusses rude customers.